From the congressional floor to the football field.
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Biden has tapped 12 women to join his Cabinet, including Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, the first woman to hold the role.
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The first lady will continue teaching at Northern Virginia Community College, where she taught writing throughout her husband's tenure as vice president. (Per the New York Times, she's been known as a "tough grader.") She'll be the first FLOTUS to balance her D.C. responsibilities with an outside job.
On Jan. 26, the Baltic country welcomed Kaja Kallas as its new prime minister, the country's top governmental position. The 43-year-old, a former member of European Parliament, leads Estonia's Reform Party. (The country also has a woman president, Kersti Kaljulaid.)
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On Jan. 12, the 30-year-old was sworn into office as a Delaware state senator, making her the country's highest ranking trans elected official.
On Jan. 26, the 36-year-old was promoted to assistant running backs coach for the Washington Football Team, becoming the first Black woman with a full-time coaching job in the league.
On Sunday, Feb. 7, Sarah Thomas will join an eight-person crew to officiate this year's Super Bowl. Six years ago, she made history as the first woman to be a full-time official in the NFL.