Barbie partnered with She Should Run, a nonprofit organization that encourages women to run for elected office. Together, they created a worksheet to encourage girls to imagine themselves as leaders and to support one another along that journey.
The worksheet is available on Barbie.com.
"We believe that women of all backgrounds should have an equal shot at elected leadership positions and that our country will benefit from having a government with varied perspectives and experiences," said Erin Loos Cutraro, co-founder and CEO of She Should Run.
The dolls come in a set of two – one president and one vice president – and cost $24.99. They're currently only available on Mattel's website, although the doll maker said they are in the process of getting the pairs into stores nationwide.
Both dolls come in a variety of hair colors, skin tones and face shapes.
Barbie has started selling dolls in different body types, a break from the decadeslong style of the doll. The changes were made in an effort to attract young customers.