Women of Impact
National Geographic is celebrating women breaking barriers, changing their communities, and inspiring global action.
Featured (Left to Right): Roshini Thinakaran, Lena Sareini, Aisha Karefa-Smart, Mayim Bialik Photographs by Mark Theissen, Wayne Lawrence, Ruddy Roye, Robert Maxwell
The future is female. And so is much of our past. In honor of Women’s History Month, National Geographic explores the myriad contributions women have made, both to historical events and to the society that shapes our modern world.
Women Capturing the World
Nine Female Adventure Photographers Who Push the Limits
Nine Female Adventure Photographers Who Push the LimitsIt takes commitment, creativity, and courage to excel in this high-octane photography field. Here are nine women who are showing how it’s done.See More
Women in the Arts
An Artist Finds True Skin Colors in a Diverse Palette
An Artist Finds True Skin Colors in a Diverse PaletteTo create a color wheel of humanity, Angélica Dass paired 4,000 portraits with Pantone cards.Read
Photography with a Purpose
This Japanese Tea Master Has Been Hosting Ceremonies for Decades
Photographers of the Past