Women's History Month 2022

At Fletcher, Women’s History Month is about more than honoring influential women throughout the ages.

It’s about celebrating the gifts and contributions of all women – past, present and future.

This March, you’ll have the opportunity to hear Fletcher faculty, alumnae and students reflect on women who have changed the course of history and those who are making an impact every day, bridging the gender divide and working to create a just and equitable society for all.

Women's History Month Special Features

Garima Gupta Speaks on the Gender Digital Divide Index

We spoke with Fletcher student Garima Gupta (MIB 22) about her work on the 2022 Gender Divide Digital Index (GDDI) and starting the conversation about gender bias and access to information technology. 

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Maria Paola Silva

Fletcher student and women’s rights activist Maria Paola Silva is currently pursuing a MALD degree with a concentration in Gender and Intersectional Analysis and International Security. Read more about her interest in driving conversations and action around gender issues on behalf of women everywhere.

CIERP Blog Series

CIERP Women’s History Month Blog: Grace Tamble (MALD 19)

Fletcher student Olivia Luciani (MALD 22) profiles alumna Grace Tamble (MALD 19) about her efforts to help secure a sustainable, equitable future through climate action and energy access.

CIERP Women’s History Month Blog: Niermala Badrising (F07)

Fletcher MGA student Emily Dahl interviews Niermala Badrising (F07), Surinamese Ambassador to the U.S., about her 34-year career in high-level civil service and enduring dedication to international environmental diplomacy.