The Secretary of the Air Force Office of Diversity and Inclusion will be hosting the third annual Department of the Air Force Virtual Women’s Air and Space Power Symposium from March 8-10. The event coincides with Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day and is open to everyone, featuring a diverse group of total force Air and Space Force volunteers who shape the agenda. The symposium will be a virtual professional development series featuring speakers from senior leaders across the Department of Defense and beyond. The first day is focused on Finding Inspiration, the second day on Developing Skills, and the last day on conversations about Leading Change. The event aims to foster a positive culture, remove barriers, and empower Airmen and Guardians to chart their future. The symposium planners were charged with creating an event that fuels inspiration and empowers attendees to develop skills needed to relate through authenticity and drive change. Cohesive teams with diverse perspectives are force multipliers and warfighting imperatives that enable a competitive advantage against adversaries. The symposium is only one event for the Department of the Air Force’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion to ensure the DAF remains adaptable to assist in recruiting, retaining and fostering a ready and stronger force. This professional development opportunity is free to all Department of the Air Force civilian employees, cadets, and all active duty, Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard Airmen and Guardians. Sessions will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST, according to the event agenda. The 2022 WASP symposium attracted 3,400 registrants for the three-day event; this year’s volunteers hope to more than double that number.