A historic moment for women. A historic broadcast for America.
The National Women’s Hall of Fame proudly announces the first-ever national broadcast of its Induction Ceremony. Taking place during Women’s History Month in March 2024, this is a historic opportunity to amplify women’s voices and share inspirational stories of their achievements from coast to coast — in homes,
classrooms, boardrooms, and beyond.
Let’s come together in celebration of trailblazing American women, fostering a sense of shared purpose and hope for the future. With your support, we can make history and turn the Induction Ceremony into an anticipated televised tradition across the country.
2024 Induction Ceremony – LIVE!
Tuesday, March 5 | 5:30 PM—10:00 PM
Cipriani Wall Street, New York City
Cocktails and heavy hors d’oevres will be served during a reception from 5:30 – 7:00 PM. The two-hour Induction Ceremony will begin promptly at 7:00 PM where guests will be seated at ten-top tables on the set of the production (dinner will not be served).
*Please note that the Induction Ceremony is a live-to-tape production that will be broadcast nationally at dates and times TBA.
A limited number of tickets are available to purchase here. Individuals may purchase up to a maximum of six tickets. Tickets provide access to both the cocktail reception and Induction Ceremony taping.
Individual ticket purchases will be assigned a table number (available at check-in) for the Induction Ceremony on a first-come, first-served basis. If you would like to seat near another party, please make your purchases at the same time. While we will do our best to accommodate all seating requests, we are unable to guarantee that your full party will be seated at the same table if purchases are made separately.
* Please be advised that tickets are non-refundable
Formal attire is requested for this event. Black tie optional.
Margaret Sánchez turned off her TV for two days following the National Women’s Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in 2022. She wanted time to “absorb the hope.”
“Thank you for providing such ‘inspiration’ at a time when what I loved about being born and living in America was our democracy and freedom is now in jeopardy.”
Honorary Advisory Council
Indra Nooyi, Chair & 2021 Inductee
Charlotte Bunch, 1996 Inductee
Hon. Shelley Chapman
Rita Colwell, 2005 Inductee
Donna de Varona, 2003 Inductee
Tricia Fitzmaurice, Seneca Falls Ambassador
Gretchen Holmes, Ph.D.
Victoria Jackson, 2017 Inductee
Sherry Lansing, 2017 Inductee
Carlotta Walls LaNier, 2015 Inductee
Sen. Barbara Mikulski, 2011 Inductee
Aimee Mullins, 2017 Inductee
Jeannie Infante Sager
Kathrine Switzer, 2011 Inductee
Alice Waters, 2017 Inductee
Faye Wattleton, 1993 Inductee
Induction Advisors & Volunteers