This March marks the 29th anniversary of the declaration of Women's History Month, the genesis of which began with the contributions of a few dedicated women in the 1970's who worked to re-focus the story of our nation on a more holistic and inclusive view of history that acknowledges the often overlooked achievements of America's women.
The 2016 Women's History Month theme, "Working for a More Perfect Union: Honoring Women in Public Service and Government," presents a unique opportunity to highlight the critical role of NSA women in securing the nation. We will celebrate the amazing work of women in all agency disciplines, recognize the incredible influence of our women in STEM fields, and demonstrate the sacrifices made by female members of NSA's workforce in order to protect the United States and its citizens from outside threats.
Let's use this time to celebrate the women who make this country great and NSA's mission successful. I am proud of their past contributions and enthusiastic to be part of a future where the women of NSA continue to be counted among those great individuals upon whose thoughtful innovation and bold actions our nation was built.
Corin R. Stone
Executive Director, NSA