March is the month to celebrate the achievements of women in our culture. Although women were originally denied the vote in most countries, they have had an enormous impact on the world. Women have contributed as doctors, scientists, astronauts, mathematicians, leaders, politicians, activists, artists, authors, poets, and much more. This month, regardless of your subject area, look to Maps101 to help you recognize the important work of women throughout our history. This week, our focus is specifically on women who have been leaders in some way. In the United States, women have served in Congress as senators and representatives. Current Vice President Kamala Harris holds the highest political position a woman has earned in the U.S. to date. Introduce students to these other leaders throughout the world as you highlight groundbreaking women for the month of March.