Alicia Keys and Sheryl Crow are two ladies who’ve found
fame because of real talent and business savvy, unlike, well, other
things. So the vocal pair were natural picks to join Michelle Obama in helping young women achieve big goals.
The Vogue First Lady is visiting high schools
throughout Washington, D.C. today to tout the case for women and their
careers. Joining Keys and Crow on the speaking line-up are General
Ann Dunwoody, Mae Jemison, Denyce Graves, Kerry Washington, Debbie
Allen, Maggie Daley, Lisa Leslie, Bobbi Brown, Dominique Dawes,
Phylicia Rashad, Alfre Woodard, and Penny Pritzker.
The all-day celebration of Women’s History Month will end with a
White House dinner tonight, with guest invites extended to a few very
lucky (and shocked) high school students.
Gallery Info: Sheryl Crow and Alicia Keys visiting schools in hopes of helping students achieve career goals