"Our America: Women Forward" - An hourlong documentary celebrating the perseverance and triumph of extraordinary women using their talents to move women and girls forward. They are mothers, daughters, sisters and friends - innovators, game changers, trailblazers, motivators, power players and everyday heroes.

The voices and stories of these women uniquely characterized as superheroine themes in the documentary include the following:

"The Gamechanger" is breaking barriers in professional sports and highlights the stories of Jennifer King, the first Black woman named a full-time coach in the history of the NFL as the assistant running backs coach for the NFL Washington Football Team, and Kendall Coyne Schofield, the first woman to coach for the NHL Chicago Blackhawks.

"The Trailblazer" represents women who dare to go where they have never gonebefore. PoojaJesrani is the first South Asian woman NASA flight director,and Nicole Mann is a NASA astronaut who istraining as part of theArtemis Program, a NASA program that will land the first woman and next man on the moon by 2024.

"The Voice" is the future leader inspiring the nextgeneration.BushraAmiwala is the youngest Muslim elected to public office in the country, having served on the Skokie School District Board of Education. She is working to change politics for women of color around the country.

"The Power Player" is shattering stereotypes to show, "We can do it!"Patrice Banks is an engineer-turned-mechanic who in 2016 founded the Girls Auto Clinic, a full-service auto repair center with female mechanics, and a lounge with salon services that include manicures, pedicures and waxing, while you wait.

"TheMotivators" are helping girls of color pursue theirdreamslike Kimberly Bryant, electrical engineer and founder of Black Girls Code, a nonprofit organization that focuses on providing technology and computer programming education to Black girls.

"The Everyday Heroes," holding it all together day after day, are exemplified in stories like Marta Lilian Gonzalez. An immigrant and mom of five children who worked hard to learn English and obtain a cosmetology license - only to lose her job during the COVID-19 pandemic. As she struggles to overcome the hurdles of the pandemic, she remains positive, encouraging her daughter to complete her studies at USC despite the financial hardship.