Hodgepodge
Variety
A Mix Tape
Go Getters
Game Changers
100

Her refusal to vacate a "whites only" bus seat prompted a bus boycott in Alabama

Rosa Parks

100

Who was the first woman presidential nominee for a major political party in 2016?

Hillary Clinton

100

This singer sung a song featuring the lyrics, "Who run the world? Girls!"

Beyoncé

100

American former professional boxer. She is the daughter of the late legendary heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali

Laila Ali

100

The first woman vice president in U.S. history

Kamala Harris

200

This woman is an actress, a billionaire, owns her own television network, was the host of her own show

Oprah Winfrey

200

American professional tennis player and former world No. 1 in women's single tennis. She has won 23 Grand Slam singles titles

Serena Williams

200

This former American actress and her family stepped down as senior members of the British royal family after the birth of her first child.

Meghan Markle

200

Known as the "Queen of Soul", all she wanted was a little "R.E.S.P.E.C.T".

Aretha Franklin

200

She is the creator of the 'Harry Potter' fantasy series, one of the most popular book and film franchises in history

J.K. Rowling

300

This Academy Award-winner gained notice for her role as Storm in “X-Men.”

Halle Berry

300

Who has a book titled "Becoming" that came out in 2018?

Michelle Obama

300

This actress  largely known from her roles on TV's “Hot in Cleveland” and  as the ditzy but good-natured Rose on the long-running TV series “The Golden Girls.”

Betty White

300

Who earned a Grammy award in 1993 for her single "U.N.I.T.Y.," which decried sexism and violence against women?

Queen Latifah

300

She is the tenth and youngest child of the legendary musical  family. Some of her popular works include singles such as "Rhythm Nation", "That's the Way Love Goes", and "Together Again"

Janet Jackson

400

This actress and fashion model, who recently died, had a career spanning more than seven decades.  She became known for her portrayal of strong, African-American women, and appeared in many films, including Roots, The Autobiography of Jane Pittman, Diary of a Mad Black Woman, and The Help.  

Cicely Tyson

400

"Queen of Pop", she is regarded as one of the most influential figures in popular culture

Madonna

400

She was an American abolitionist and political activist. Born into slavery, she escaped and subsequently made 13 missions to rescue approximately 70 enslaved people.

Harriet Tubman

400

She was appointed to the US Supreme Court in 1993 and was the lead counsel for the ACLU Women's Rights Project.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

400

Former American professional women’s basketball player in the WNBA. Also a 4-time Olympic gold medal winner

Lisa Leslie

500

Famous African American poet, and famously known for autobiography "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings?"

Maya Angelou

500

Who is the most decorated American gymnast - winning four gold medals at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro

Simon Biles

500

In 2009, she was the first American woman to earn an Olympic medal in judo.  She won 12 consecutive MMA fights, six in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), before suffering her first loss,  in November 2015.

Ronda Rousey

500

Her diary helped convey the lives of those who suffered through the Holocaust

Anne Frank

500

When is Women's International Day?

March 8th

600

Youngest congresswoman ever elected, she is known for her Green New Deal-2019

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

600

The Speaker of the United States House of Representatives

Nancy Pelosi

600

In 2012, this athlete became the first African American gymnast in Olympic history to win the-all-around title and the first American to take the gold in both the individual all-around & team events

Gabby Douglas

600

She was deaf and blind, but still became an author

Helen Keller

600

The most successful woman in the history of NASCAR driving

Danica Patrick

700

She was the first Hispanic-American woman to become a U.S. Supreme Court Justice


Sonia Sotomayor

700

She was the first black Miss America


Vanessa Williams

700

She attained international stardom as an actress both in musical and dramatic roles but was best known for her role as Dorothy in "The Wizard of Oz."


Judy Garland

700

Who is the artist behind this artwork?

Frida Kahlo

700

Most famous for her 1960 record single, "At Last"


Etta James

800

The first female self-made millionaire in the United States, she developed her own brand of hair care products specifically designed for African American hair.

Madam CJ Walker

800

Who created The Special Olympics?


Eunice Kennedy Shriver

800

First woman to be awarded a Nobel Prize, she developed the practical use of X-Rays, first female professor at the University of Paris


Marie Curie

800

The first Black woman to serve as U.S Secretary of State


Condoleezza Rice

800

Queen of Salsa, Queen of Latin Music


Celia Cruz

900

Who was one of the most celebrated jazz singers of the earlier 20th century?


Billie Holiday

900

An icon in the early Women's Rights Movement, she was arrested for attempting to vote. Her trial led her to present the 19th Amendment to Congress.


Susan B. Anthony

900

First American woman in space

 

Sally K. Ride

900

Know as Flo-Jo, she was an African American track and field athlete. She is considered the fastest woman of all time because of the world records she set in 1988.


Florence Griffith Joyner

900

Who is the youngest woman ever to be nominated for three Oscars for her role in American Hustle?

Jennifer Lawrence

1000

These women were known for wearing short skirts, bob hairstyle, and usually did not follow the expectations of how a woman should behave. 


Flappers (1920s)

1000

American former World Cup ski racer on the US Ski Team. She won four World Cup overall championships—one of only two female skiers to do so.  


Lindsey Vonn

1000

Who is this?


Rosie the Riveter was a cultural icon of World War II, representing the women who worked in factories and shipyards

1000

Which Amendment granted women the right to vote?

The 19th Amendment (1920)

1000

Who said "Women who seek to be equal with men lack ambition"

Marilyn Monroe


Click to zoom