Since 1987, March has been officially recognized as Women’s History Month in the United States but celebrating women’s achievements in March dates back to March 8, 1911, the first time International Women’s Day was celebrated. Over the years, Women’s History Month has spread around the world as countries take the time to celebrate the achievements of women everywhere. Over the last century, March has become a month where we celebrate women, trans, and non-binary people for their achievements across politics, culture, economics, gaming, and so much more. For Riot, Women’s History Month is an important time as we uplift the women working at Riot, share their stories, and continue to work to remove roadblocks that exist for women in gaming. Riot Alliance of Diverse Genders (RAD) and our central D&I team worked together throughout the month to showcase the wide variety of women who work at Riot Games.