In the fall of 2014, armed with a general notion, a web-hosting account and a name that made some people do a double take — "... Gutsy Broads?" — I launched this website. Three years later, here we are.
The 231-piece set celebrates the accomplishments of Hubble Telescope developer Nancy G. Roman, software engineer Margaret Hamilton, and astronauts Sally Ride and Mae Jemison.
Nina Mitchell suffered a hemorrhagic stroke when she was just 26 years old. Now 41, she's a writer, mother and wife.
This move may be an exercise in resilience — at least at the outset — but it’s also an opportunity to take stock of my life and where it is heading.
With her own job coming to an end, this Seattle artist did what her instincts compelled her to do: Pick up a paintbrush and start helping others.
After undertaking what she calls "a master class in life," HuffPo's Ann Brenoff gives readers a master class in the stresses of caregiving.
“Tragedy struck. If you can do something, why wouldn’t you?”
Prohibited from attending high school, Aletta Jacobs found a workaround and became the Netherlands' first woman with a medical degree. But her gutsiness didn't end there.
At 30, Anny Divya is the world's youngest female Boeing 777 commander.