Graduates of IBM's first women's systems service class at Endicott, N.Y., in 1935.

March is Women’s History Month, and March 8 is International Women's Day. In celebration, IBM acknowledges the achievements of women in our company, in business and around the world.

Heather Ricciuto likes giving young women the permission to dream. And in her profession – the male-dominated field of cybersecurity — that means putting a lot of big ideas into the heads of...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdmUET2bM_0&feature=emb_title

IBM's STEM For Girls program empowers thousands of young women in India to take their place in the tech-led workforce. By Nidhi Dutt and Joanna Gideon Chatla Tehashwini, a ninth-grade student in...

Artificial intelligence is not only the next evolution of computing, it is also helping to define the future of human knowledge and the possibilities of advanced cognition. This month, we are...

By Sabine Holl, IBM Chief Technology Officer, Middle East and Africa When I moved to Dubai in 2009, friends would sometimes ask me how it was living and working in the Middle East as a woman....

By James Daly Jennifer Turner remembers the moment she made a big difference in a young woman’s life. As a global procurement program manager at IBM, Turner was participating in Discover...

During Women’s History Month, Gill Zhou, GM of Digital Sales and Commercial and Chief Marketing Officer with IBM’s Greater China Group, shares her experiences on a career path that has taken...