- A New Vision For Gender and National Security: Ploughshares Fund
- The “Consensual Straitjacket”: Four Decades of Women in Nuclear Security: New America
- Annual Report 2018 : International Gender Champions
- Women in the Workplace 2017 : McKinsey & Company
- From College to Cabinet: Women in National Security : Center for New American Security
- Women in National Security Project
- Progress Report on Women in Peace & Security Careers: US Congressional Staffs : Women in International Security
- Progress Report on Women in Peace & Security Careers: US Executive Branch : Women in International Security
- Work Places That Work for Women : Catalyst
- What Works Gender Equality by Design : Harvard’s Women in Public Policy Program
- Global Women in Leadership’s Guide to Improving Gender Diversity at Your Event
- Guide to Organizing Inclusive Scientific Meetings: 500 Women Scientists
- Women Score Higher Than Men in Most Leadership Skills: Harvard Business Review
List of Female Experts
- SheSource: Women’s Media Center SheSource is an online database of media-experienced women experts who we connect to journalists, bookers and producers.
- Women Also Know Stuff: This list’s goal is to promote and publicize the work and expertise of scholars in political science who identify as women. Use this database when writing syllabi; when planning conferences, panels, and speaker series; when citing research; when inviting essays and op-eds; and when identifying experts for articles.
- SourceList (Women +): Sourcelist is a database of experts in technology policy from diverse backgrounds, built on the principle that technology policymaking stands to benefit from the inclusion of the voices of a broader diversity of people. The list can be filtered by “national security” and “military.”
- Women in Nonpro (Melissa Hanham): A Twitter list of female experts in nuclear nonproliferation.
- Women in NatSec (ReThink Defense): A Twitter list of female experts in national security policy.
- Female Experts on Japan and the Koreas (Anna Fifield): A list of female experts on Japan and the Koreas.
List of Relevant Organization
- #NatSecGirlSquad: Leadership: Maggie Feldman-Piltch
- Foreign Policy Interrupted: Leadership: Elmira Bayrasli & Lauren Bohn
- Women in Defense: Leadership: Rachel McCaffrey
- Women in International Security: Leadership: Chantal de Jonge Oudraat
- Women in Nuclear: Leadership: Carol Berrigan
- Women of Color Advancing Peace and Security: Leadership: Bonnie Jenkins
- Women’s Action for New Directions: Leadership: Nancy Parrish
- Women’s Foreign Policy Network: Leadership: Jenna Ben-Yehuda