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Valerie Jarrett

Chair of the White House Council on Women and Girls, and Senior Adviser and Assistant to the President for Intergovernmental Affairs and Public Engagement

Tina Tchen

Executive Director of the White House Council on Women and Girls, and Chief of Staff to First Lady Michelle Obama

Avra Siegel

Deputy Director of the White House Council on Women and Girls

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What's New

  • An Inclusive Vision Of Entrepreneurship

    The Small Business Administration is focused on ensuring that small business owners and entrepreneurs have the access and opportunity they need to turn great ideas into viable and successful businesses, and continues to look for new ways to support and strengthen women small business owners and entrepreneurs.

  • Launching the Equal Futures Partnership to Expand Women’s Political and Economic Participation

    Closing the gender gap in women’s political and economic participation will help secure greater prosperity for everyone

  • White House Equal Futures App Challenge to Promote Civic Education and Public Leadership for Girls

    The White House Council on Women and Girls is launching a challenge for developers: Create an app that promotes civic education and/or inspires girls to serve as leaders in our democracy

  • African American Women's Forum

    The White House hosts an African American Women’s Forum, bringing women from across the nation together for an opportunity to discuss issues that are important to women in the African American community.

  • Join the Conversation: STEM Master Teacher Corps

    The STEM Master Teacher Corps initiative will strengthen the quality of STEM education nation-wide and help meet the President’s goal of moving U.S. students from the middle to the top of the pack in math and science.

  • Honoring Title IX Every Day

    Russlynn Ali, Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights at the Department of Education, discusses the successes of Title IX as well as the important work that remains to be done.

  • @TechGirls: Brilliant, Fearless and Passionate

    A group of young women from the Middle East and North Africa interested in careers in science and technology – also known as TechGirls – visited the White House for an interactive discussion about the ways women can utilize innovation and technology to make a difference in the world

  • Celebrating 40 Years of Title IX: Getting Girls & Women in the Game!

    Billie Jean King was at the White House this week to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the landmark legislation that forever changed the academic, athletic and professional fields of America. This was a critical moment in our Nation’s history that King, and millions of girls and women like her, will remember and celebrate.