National Women's History Museum Launches Enhanced Website

For Immediate Release provides educational resources for teachers and students and highlights the historic contributions of women to our nations history

Alexandria, Va. - The National Womens History Museum (NWHM) today announced the launch of their new and completely redesigned website,, created with the support of a grant provided by the PwC Charitable Foundation, Inc. The enhanced website offers online visitors a richer experience and supports the Museums efforts to provide innovative and engaging online exhibits, educational programs and resources to highlight the breadth of womens experiences and accomplishments.

We are proud to have collaborated with the PwC Foundation to offer a website that provides an enhanced online educational experiencea website that shares knowledge that we hope will inspire and encourage women and men, people of all classes, races and cultures to move into the future with respect, equal confidence, greater partnership, and opportunity,said Joan Wages, the Museums president and CEO. The support of the PwC Foundation was essential to making this important communications tool come to life.

For more than two decades, the Museum has researched, collected and exhibited the contributions of women to the social, cultural, economic and political life of our nation in the context of our collective history.  Its online presence is critical to serving its mission and stakeholder community.  Nearly 500,000 active Facebook members and thousands of educators across the globe regularly visit the Museums website to locate trusted and robust historic information about women who have achieved great things that deserve to be recognized.

We are honored to help the National Womens History Museum scale their work to elevate the contributions of women throughout American History, said Shannon Schuyler, Chief Purpose Officer and Corporate Responsibility Leader, PwC, and President of the PwC Charitable Foundation, Inc. Women and girls play a critical role in our economy, in the community and in their families. It's my personal hope that recognizing and celebrating the diverse and historic accomplishments of women -- past and present -- will engage, inspire and instill confidence in their lives.

The new website includes mobile-friendly virtual exhibits, quick and easy access to essential historic information and features that provide a more comprehensive understanding of the collective history of American women for teachers, students, academics, scholars, those interested in history, and those who want to see womens contributions included in our nations narrative. NWHMs website will be updated on a regular basis with articles, exhibits, events, and resources for students and educators. Visitors are encouraged to explore the website and sign up for direct emails from the museum here. More information about how to donate can be found by visiting here.




About the National Women's History Museum

Founded in 1996, the National Womens History Museum (NWHM, Inc.) is a nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that educates, empowers and inspires future generations by telling the stories of women who helped build our country and is creating a movement that honors them in a Museum on the National Mall. For additional information visit or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.


About The PwC Charitable Foundation, Inc.

The PwC Charitable Foundation, Inc., is a section 501(c)(3) organization that

makes contributions to the people of PwC in times of financial hardship, and to

nonprofit organizations that support and promote education and