I am very pleased to share this presentation on Women in Mathematics to complement the March celebration and recognition of "Women in History Month", and simply to honor their strength and drive in the direction of our beautiful discipline, mathematics. The presentation begins with a discussion on the lives of five notable mathematical women from ancient times to the early part of the twentieth century. I believe students will enjoy this small diversion along their ever-interesting path of mathematics. Following the presentation of five very famous women in mathematics, a small list of additional famous women is provided for students to research and then creatively assemble their findings on poster board. It is a fun assignment and their work can be easily displayed in the classroom for everyone's enjoyment. A rubrics is provided for teacher/student convenience making expectations clear to all.