The AIGP program at UC Berkeley was established in 1971 in the School of Public Health. This initiative developed in response to a need for more American Indians and Alaska Natives in graduate study, and particularly health professions. Now a unit of the Office for Graduate Diversity, AIGP celebrates Indigenous leadership, advocacy, and research through mentorship and resources. With a strong sense of community, American Indian and Indigenous identified graduate students can realize their full academic potential at Berkeley. As we celebrate 150 Years of Women, we are not only celebrating the accomplishments of women, but the way they view the world and the impact they leave. These are some of the tremendous alumni that celebrate the legacies of women leadership at UC Berkeley. Acknowledgements This page was supported by Mary Tan, a recent graduate, and Patrick Naranjo, Director of AIGP.