ICE celebrates Women's History Month

ICE celebrates Women's History Month

Women’s History Month is a time when we honor the many women who have made sacrifices so that all people have an equal shot at pursuing the American dream. Today, because of those sacrifices, the women of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) play a major role in securing the safety of our homeland.

In honor of Women’s History Month, four distinguished women of ICE sat down to discuss their experiences of being a woman in law enforcement, reveal various challenges they face and reflect on who influenced them along the way, among other topics.

The Meaning of Women's History Month

In part one of ICE’s Women’s History Month panel discussion series, Tracey Valerio, Executive Associate Director, Management and Administration; Debbie Seguin, Assistant Director, Office of Policy; Nathalie Asher, Assistant Director, ERO Field Operations and Tonya Barrett, HSI Baltimore Group Supervisor discuss what Women’s History Month means to them.


Women of Influence

In part two of ICE’s Women’s History Month panel discussion series, the group discusses the influences women have had on their lives.


The Path to Law Enforcement

In part three of ICE’s Women’s History Month panel discussion series, the group discusses what led them to a career in law enforcement.


Becoming a Leader

In part four of ICE’s Women’s History Month panel discussion series, the group discusses what hinders women from climbing the leadership ranks.


Balancing Work and Life

In part five of ICE’s Women’s History Month panel discussion series, the group discusses the challenges of being a woman in law enforcement.


Words of Advice

In part six of ICE’s Women’s History Month panel discussion series, the group shares their advice for women interested in law enforcement.


A Personal Commitment to Women's History Month

In the final segment of ICE’s Women’s History Month panel discussion series, the group reveals what they have been doing in recognition of Women’s History Month.


Last Reviewed/Updated: 03/05/2018