By Women for Women: Your Reading List

Women are strong in so many ways. These books portray the lives of different women, who as a common thread, did not accept just the norm and believe that change is good and necessary.

Here’s to strong women. May we know them. May we be them. May we raise them.
— Anonymous

Starting with Hillary Clinton and her incessant journey to break the glass ceiling. Than Eleanor Roosevelt's book from the 30's, and at that point, already visionary and brave. Leticia Baldridge (the first woman to be named Secretary of State in America) describing her life in politics. A fascinating biography of Madame Clicquot, also known as the first woman CEO, challenging an industry until then lead only by men. Bunny Mellon and this wonderful biography by Meryl Gordon portraying a woman that although known for her style and good taste, was part of historical moments in America. The list of books about remarkable women goes on and on.