TripActions Celebrates Women’s History Month
Today marks the kickoff of Women’s History Month! This month-long celebration highlights the incredible contributions women have made throughout history. And although the tradition started in the United States, TripActions recognizes and celebrates the global impact of women everywhere in the world.
The team is excited to take advantage of this month-long celebration to honor women leaders in the fields of art, technology, science, music, social impact, and especially our own employees.
My personal worldview of women has been shaped by some of the most incredible women in the world. Women leaders and innovators like Oprah Winfrey, Michelle Kydd Lee, Ava Duvernay, and Felicia Horowitz, who I am fortunate enough to call friends.
Since joining TripActions, I have been fortunate to work with some incredible, thoughtful, and inspiring women. Today, I want to take a moment and say thank you for all you do, how much you have added to my professional life, and for the many ways you impact our company’s culture.
Your insights, strategic approach to problem solving, intelligence, leadership, and helpfulness are deeply appreciated. Collectively and individually, your contributions have helped TripActions grow and innovate every step of the way. In meetings, I see you leaning in and stepping up while commanding the respect of your male colleagues. In one-on-one meetings, you challenge me to grow, affirm my work, and encourage me to push the envelope. You remind us of how important it is to create space, trust your voice, and be inclusive in all of our efforts.
Thank you—without your presence, work wouldn’t be as fun, innovative, or forward-thinking.
Learn more about incredible women who crafted and changed their art, industry, and the world:
- 7 Women Leaders Who Were Elected to the Highest Office
- The 36 Most Iconic Female Athletes of the Past Century
- 20 Female Artists You Need to Know
- The 25 Most Innovative Women Leaders
- The Best Female Authors of All Time
- The 100 Greatest Books Ever Written by African American Women
- Women in Aviation: Past, Present & Future