Joined 11 October 2005
My articles about women and women's groups
My articles about interesting women and the groups that they were involved with. Most are very short and still need loads of work, so feel free to expand them.
- "Lillian Johnson '75: Putting "the Power of the Law" to Work in Her Community | University of Chicago Law School". www.law.uchicago.edu. Retrieved 2019-07-06.
- Juliette Walker Barnwell
- Gail North-Saunders
- Jeanne I. Thompson
- Althea Mortimer
- Mabel Walker (suffragist)
- Georgianna Kathleen Symonette
- Mary Ingraham
- Eugenia Lockhart
- Sandra Dean-Patterson
- Allerdyce Strachan
- Mary Sewall Gardner
- Mary E. Merritt
- Hulda Margaret Lyttle
- Alma Elizabeth Gault
- Jane Rignel
- Isabel Stambaugh
- Helen Grace McClelland
- Beatrice Mary MacDonald
- Julia Montgomery Walsh
- Esther Antin Untermeyer
- Mildred Bayer
- Dorothy Cornelius
- Joy Alice Hintz
- Amelia Nava
- Maria Stencel
- Florence Hall (Pulitzer Prize winner) (stub)
- Girls Not Brides
- Laura Miller Derry
- Katherine Peden
- E. Belle Mitchell
- Serena Sinclair Lesley
- Bernadette DiPino
- International Honor Quilt
- Huda Lutfi
- Shirley Carew Titus
- Davis et al. v. The St. Louis Housing Authority
- Edith Lake Wilkinson
- Annie E. Hoyle
- Edna Ermyntrude Bourne
- Lois Combs Weinberg
- Agnes E. Meyer
- List of artwork associated with Agnes E. Meyer
- Mou Jinxiang
- Mary Lucy Dosh
- Ann Baker singer
- Birth registration campaign in Liberia
- Washington Conservatory of Music and School of Expression longest operating music school for African Americans.
- Elna Jane Hilliard Grahn
- Harriet Gibbs Marshall
- Bernice Dahn
- Esther Whitley
- Lucy Montz, first woman to be licensed to practice dentistry in Kentucky.
- Melanie Griffin, Bahamian Minister of Social Services and Community Development, stub.
- Hope Strachan, member of Bahamian Parliament for Sea Breeze, and the Minister of Financial Services.
- Glenys Hanna Martin, Bahamian Minister of Transport and Aviation and a member of Parliament from Englerston.
- Marie Carmelle Jean-Marie, Haitian politician who is the Minister of Economy and Finance.
- Florence Duperval Guillaume, Haiti's Minister of Public Health and Population, and interum Prime Minister of Haiti.
- Kimberly Bryant (technologist), founder of Black Girls Code, a Bay area not for profit that teaches programming to minority girls in the US.
- Jane Burch Cochran, artist who combines quilting with paint and fabric embellishment.
- Ann Stewart Anderson, artist from Kentucky
- Women in Science Hall of Fame (U.S. State Department)
- Ansam Sawalha, first Palestinian woman named to the Women in Science Hall of Fame for her achievement of establishing the first Poison Control and Drug Information Center in Palestine in 2006.
- Rabiha Diab, appointed Palestinian Minister of Women’s Affairs in 2009, previously held the positions of Legislative Council Member of the Palestinian Legislative Council and Assistant Undersecretary of the Ministry of Youth and Sports.
- Haifa al-Agha, Minister of Women's Affairs for the new Palestinian unity government created in 2014.
- Srinija Srinivasan, fifth employee of Yahoo! by founders Jerry Yang and David Filo to "organize the content." Left Yahoo! in 2010 while serving as a vice-president and editor-in-chief.
- Mary Evans Thorne, one of the first women to have a leadership role in the Methodist movement in the United States.
- Maria Henson, won the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing for her editorials about battered women in Kentucky while working at the Herald-Leader newspaper inLexington, Kentucky.
- Hattie Hutchcraft Hill, (April 1847-September 2, 1921) an American artist from Paris, Kentucky who studied art and painted in Paris, France.
- Martha Laurens Ramsay, "Memoirs of the Life of Martha Laurens Ramsay" published six weeks after her death by her husband about her life as a privileged Southern woman during the American Revolution War and founding of the country.
- Mary E. Sweeney, (October 11, 1879 - June 11, 1968) Home Economics professional who was head of the Home Economics Section of the United States Food Administration during World War I. Sweeney was President of American Home Economics Association.
- Katharine Kuh, an art historian, curator, critic, and dealer, the first woman curator of European art and sculpture at the Art Institute of Chicago.
- Anna Eliot Ticknor who started the Society to Encourage Studies at Home is called the mother of correspondence schools in the United States.
- Ida A. Bengtson was the first bacteriologist hired by the United States Public Health Service's Hygienic Laboratory.
- Beatrix Hamburg, American psychiatrist, whose long career in academic medicine advanced the field of child and adolescent psychiatry. She was the first African-American to attend Vassar College, and was also the first African-American woman to attend Yale Medical School. Her daughter Margaret Hamburg is the commissioner of the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
- Susan Wojcicki is an American businesswoman who is a senior vice president in of charge of product management and engineering at Google. Until recently she has been called "the most important Googler you've never heard of." Currently 16th on Forbes Magazine's List of The World's 100 Most Powerful Women(2011).
- Marie Louise Bottineau Baldwin was a Chippewa attorney. In 1914 Baldwin was the first Native American student and first woman of color to graduate from the Washington College of Law. She worked in the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, and was an officer in the Society of American Indians.
- Gertrude Greene was an abstract sculptor and painter from New York, New York. Gertrude and her husband, artist Balcomb Greene, were heavily involved in political activism to promote mainstream acceptance of abstract art.
- Adele Brandeis was an art administrator, who during the Great Depression of the 1930's worked for the WPA Federal Art Project and the Section of Painting and Sculpture. Brandeis did art-research for the Index of American Design, a comprehensive collection of American material culture, and managed the creation of visual artwork by local artists. Brandeis wrote for the Louisville Courier-Journal starting in 1945.
- Rowena Spencer is an American physician who specialized in pediatric surgery at a time when it was unusual for a female to become a surgeon. She was the first female surgical intern at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, the first female appointed to the full-time surgery staff at Louisiana State University, and the first female surgeon in Louisiana.
- JoAnn H. Morgan is an aerospace engineer who was a trailblazer in the United States space flight program as the first female engineer at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) John F. Kennedy Space Center and the first woman to serve as a senior executive at Kennedy Space Center.
- Patty Prather Thum was American painter and art critic.  Thum received an honorable mention for book illustration of "Robbie and Annie: A Child's Story" at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago.
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