March is Women’s History Month.
Organizations around the world use this time to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. Gotham Artists proudly works with empowering speakers that amplify women’s voices to honor the past, inform the present, and inspire the future.
Discover some of our favorite leading women and their most memorable quotes.
Julia Landauer, Champion Racecar Driver
“When you have full belief in yourself and the need to make things happen, that’s the powerful force behind making things happen.”
Radha Agrawal, Co-Founder of Thinx & Daybreaker
“The single most important thing we can do as human beings is to create community for ourselves and for others. It is the most generous act we can do.”
Ruth Carter, Award-Winning Costume Designer
“You can’t live in the world and not feel a sense of responsibility as a woman, as an artist, and as a human being. Being a black woman, it’s important to reflect what you feel as a woman and your place [in the world].”
Shabnam Mogharabi, CEO of SoulPancake
“I actually think the fact that women are more emotional, that we have heart and compassion, is really important right now. I believe embracing those parts of us that are more feminine is really important.”
Rebecca Rusch, World Champion Adventure Athlete
“We’re creating more examples for everyone to see what women can do—run for president, run the Boston Marathon, swim the Grand Canyon. Women are just seeing what’s possible and dreaming bigger too.”
Donna Brazile, Former DNC Chair & Political Strategist
“Be the boss of your future, be the boss of your community, be the boss of this country.”
Sheryl Connelly, Manager, Global Consumer Trends & Futuring at Ford
“For many countries, the fastest path to economic growth is to engage more women in the workforce.”
Amy Trask, Former CEO of the Oakland Raiders
“Do your job. Work hard. Work really, really hard. Work as hard as you can. And then, work harder. And by the way, stop thinking about the fact that you’re a woman.”