First Lady Michelle Obama Recruits Powerful A-Listers for United State of Women Summit

Michelle Obama

As her term winds down, First Lady Michelle Obama is continuing do amazing work, and has recruited some powerful women from all over to inspire others!

The First Lady has announced the first-ever United State of Women Summit, and has called on other girl bosses like Oprah Winfrey, Kerry Washington, Tracee Ellis Ross, Laverne Cox and more to reveal why women are so powerful and beautiful today in a new promo.

It’s also not just Hollywood movers and shakers! Other women killing it in their industry have been included in the movement. Cecile Richards, President of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Chairman and CEO of PepsiCo., Indra Nooyi and Dr. Jen Welter, the NFL’s first female coach, have all pledged their support of this effort.

In a promotional video, all of these amazing women are calling all other women to take this pledge:


Be in charge of my own body. Every powerful part.
Learn whatever I want like it’s nobody’s business.
Stand by my game-changing ideas.
Use my voice to stand up for my community.
Get paid the same as everyone else doing the same job.
Call out sexism when I see it.
Not be a silent bystander.

Check out the video below!

The United State of Women Summit will take place June 14-15 in Washington D.C. The event will host panels discussing various topics including economic empowerment, educational opportunity, violence against women, entrepreneurship and more.  It will also be available via live stream!

Definitely want to check this out! It will definitely be a very powerful summit, and hopefully be able to make more progress when it comes to equality and growth for women all over the globe.

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One comment

  1. I like the fact that she encourage and empowered other women to join the good work she’s been up to. Reading the names that join this, I believe some inspirational moves will be created.

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