It's the final week of Women’s History Month, and the celebration continues! We’ve seen a ton of empowering posts all over social media, especially about notable women who have made #HERstory. Since this month is all about looking back (and making) history, we’ve collected the best social media posts that reflect women making their mark in various fields. Check out this week’s curation of notable women making changes in STEM, art, literature and more!
— ICE (@ICEgov) March 22, 2017
— Mary Kay Cosmetics (@marykaycanada) March 16, 2017
— MIT (@MIT) March 22, 2017
— The Crisis Magazine (@thecrisismag) March 21, 2017
— SSAFA (@SSAFA) March 16, 2017
Female #USNavy Sailors and civilians have a rich history of service. Today in 1917, Loretta Walsh left her mark on that history when she became our first female chief petty officer. Click the link in our bio to travel back in time with us for a historical look at other female Sailors who benefited from our female chiefs’ deckplate leadership. Now, women serve in every rank from seamen to admiral, hold nearly every job from naval aviator to deep-sea diver, and continue their rich history of service by contributing their talents and capabilities to our #OneNavyTeam. BZ shipmates! #InstaNavy #LifeAboveTheWater #LifeOnTheWater #LifeUnderTheSea #Military #NavyLife #OTD #Sailors #WomensHistoryMonth @DeptOfDefense @USNHistory
At age 41, Spanx founder Sara Blakely became the youngest self-made female billionaire. In addition to creating an...
Chelsea Clinton is writing a children's book with an amazing title: 'She Persisted.'
Posted by NowThis Her on Wednesday, March 22, 2017