"Excited to be a part of the 10th Women in the World and sharing the stage with these phenomenal women," Priyanka tweeted on Friday. "Thank you Tina Brown for having me. Looking forward to the conversations."
The line-up for the event, which will be celebrating its 10th anniversary at Lincoln Centre here on April 10-12, also includes Cindy McCain, Susan Rice, Stacey Abrams, Jill Soloway, Bryan Cranston and Anna Wintour with a keynote address from Oprah Winfrey, reports variety.com.
Themes for the summit revolve around battling misinformation, advancing the #MeToo movement, preserving journalism and other progressive topics.
Wanda Sykes, Judy Gold and Amber Ruffin will also take the stage together to talk about working in the world of comedy.