Influential APB Speakers Honor Women’s History Month
25 Feb 2019
March is Women's History Month, a time to honor and celebrate the triumphs of the trailblazing women who have paved the way for change and progress. APB continues to represent a number of speakers on women's issues, from award-winning actresses and activists to journalists, best-selling authors, entrepreneurs and innovative global leaders. Below, we have highlighted some of our most talked-about and requested female voices. Responsible for inspiring millions, these women continue to empower audiences worldwide:
First U.S. Navy Female Four-Star Admiral
A groundbreaking leader during her 35-year career in the U.S. Navy, Howard was the first woman to achieve the rank of four-star admiral and the first woman to be appointed to the position of vice chief of naval operations.
Former Obama Deputy & New York Times Best-Selling Author
As the youngest woman ever to be Deputy Chief of Operations at the White House, Mastromonaco kept our country running through a government shutdown, natural disasters, national tragedies and history-making events. She redefined the masculine culture within the White House, and now the best-selling author of Who Thought This Was a Good Idea? is releasing her new book So Here’s the Thing…
First Woman Thunderbird Pilot, Combat Veteran & White House Fellow
A leader, a combat veteran and the first woman pilot on the Thunderbirds Air Demonstration Squadron, Malachowski’s Air Force career exceeded her wildest dreams. She is a resilient and passionate speaker.
Founder of Skinnygirl, Best-Selling Author & TV Personality
A businesswoman ahead of the curve, Frankel has always identified and capitalized on business opportunities. From creating the low-calorie cocktail category with the launch of Skinnygirl Cocktails to becoming a natural food's chef and marketing Bethenny Bakes, she shares how to stay innovative and relevant in any industry.
ABC News Chief Global, Affairs Correspondent
Raddatz has covered national security, foreign policy and politics for decades, reporting from the Pentagon, the State Department, the White House and conflict zones around the world. She authored the bestseller The Long Road Home—a Story of War and Family, a highly acclaimed book about a battle in Iraq.
Champion NASCAR Driver
With dozens of wins across different NASCAR series, Landauer has set records since she was 10 years old, including becoming the highest finishing female in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series’ 64-year history. She continues to use her platform to advocate for STEM education and women’s empowerment.
CEO of X Prize Foundation & First Female Private Space Explorer
With over two decades of entrepreneurial experience, Ansari is a living example of the American dream. As CEO of X Prize Foundation, she actively pursues ways to enable social entrepreneurs to bring about radical change globally.
Social Activist & Contributing Editor to Vanity Fair
A social activist and contributing editor to Vanity Fair, Lewinsky advocates for a safer social media environment. She also addresses topics such as digital resilience and reputation, privacy, cultivating compassion, overcoming shame and equality.