Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Ginsburg (October, 2020).
Judy Chicago, Feminist
chicago (September, 2020).
Aqui Thami, Founder of Sister Library
Thami (August, 2020).
Dr. Heather Cox Richardson, "How the South Won the Civil War"
Richardson (July, 2020).
Joyce Linker, Board Chair of the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco
Linker (June, 2020).
Cheryl A. Wall, champion of black literary women
Wall (May, 2020).
Rose Valante, who documented Nazi theft of artworks so they could be recovered
Valante (April, 2020).
Susan Fowler, who outed the abusive culture at Uber
Fowler (March, 2020)
Gracie Gold, Olympic medalist who overcame an eating disorder and depression to return to competition
Gold (February, 2020)
Gail Bradbrook, climate change warrior
Bradbrook (January, 2020)
Michelle Holzapfel, wood carver, 2019 USA Fellow
Holzapfel (December, 2019)
Simone Biles, Gymnast Extraordinary
Biles (November, 2019)
Tanyaradzwa Muzinda, Zimbabwe's 15-year-old Motocross champion.
Muzinda (October, 2019)
Katherine Johnson, NASA Space Mathematician
Johnson (September, 2019)
Lindsay Jayne Ashford, author of "The Snow Gypsy"
Ashford (August, 2019)
Laura Kraup Frandsen, a student who questions green-house gas emissions by the fashion industry
Laura (July, 2019)
Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian, Mirror Works
Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian, (June, 2019)
Beyonce, woman of courage and professionalism
Beyonce (May, 2019)
Anthea Hamilton, Turner Prize nominee
Hamilton (April, 2019)
Olga de Almaral, woven metallic tapestries
Amaral (March. 2019)
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Amercan congresswoman and activist
Ocasio-Cortez (February, 2019)
Christine Blasey Ford, Congressional Supreme Court witness
Ford (January, 2019)
Margaret Hamilton, Winner of the Presidential Medal of Freedom
Hamilton (December, 2018)
Caitriona Lally, winner of the Rooney Prize for Irish Literature
Lally (November, 2018)
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court Justice
RBG (October, 2018)
Maggie Taylor, "Landscape of Dreams"
Taylor (September, 2018)
Maxine Solomon, distinguished San Francisco Bay area painter
Solomon (August, 2018)
Cynthia Pannucci, ASCI Founder and Director
Panucci (July, 2018)
Lisa Brice, Reimaginng the Female Nude
Brice (June, 2018)
Tara Hernandez, Professional Software Developer (May, 2018)
Statue of Liberty (April, 2018)
Nancy Spector, creator of the Golden Toilet act of performance art
Spector (March, 2018)
Helen Grace James, who forced the U. S. Airforce to give her an Honorary Discharge some 60 years later.
James.(February, 2018)
Dr. Ellie Lobel, Lyme Disease protocol pioneer
Lobel (January, 2018)
Nancy Friday, author of The Secret Garden
Friday (December, 2017)
Yayoi Kusama, King of the Polka Dot
Kusama (November, 2017)
Judith Bernstein, original Guerilla Girl
Bernstein (October, 2017)
Susan Kaprov, multimedia artist
Kaprov (September, 2017)
Susan Ressler, Author, Educator, Documentary Photographer
Ressler (August, 2017)
Karen Gutfreund, Artist, Curator, Entrepreneur
Gutfreund (July, 2017)
Anna Ursyn, Head of Computer Graphics, School of Art and Design, University of Northern Colorado
Ursyn (June, 2017)
Mary Visser, Professor of Art and Brown Chair Holder, Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas
Visser (May, 2017)
Polly Hoover Taylor, Pioneer Award Winner, San Mateo, California, Chamber of Commerce
Taylor (April, 2017)
Ruth Waters, Founder and Executive Director of the Peninsula Art Museum
Waters, (March, 2017)
Claudia Rankine, MacArthur Genius Fellow
Rankine. (February, 2017)

Each month we review the work of hundreds of women before selecting one that we feel is worthy of our "Woman of the Month" designation. If you know of a woman that we should consider, we welcome your suggestions.