List of awards and honors received by Hillary Clinton

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Hillary Clinton has been given many awards and honors.

Awards are broken out by biographical era received in, although they often recognize efforts conducted in previous eras as well. A few media or polling organizations have repeatedly named Clinton in annual recognitions they give; these are listed at the end.

While First Lady of Arkansas[edit]

While First Lady of the United States[edit]

An exhibit at the William J. Clinton Presidential Center also honors Hillary Rodham Clinton's time as First Lady of the United States.

While United States Senator from New York[edit]

While United States Secretary of State[edit]

While private citizen[edit]

Clinton being presented with the 2013 Chatham House Prize by Prince Andrew, Duke of York
  • On February 14, 2013, two weeks after stepping down as Secretary of State, Clinton was given Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service, the highest Pentagon medal given to private citizens or politicians. Both Clinton and Defense Secretary Leon Panetta praised the unusually cooperative relationship the two departments had during Clinton's tenure.[47]
  • On May 8, 2013, Clinton was honored by the Pacific Council on International Policy with the inaugural Warren Christopher Public Service Award.[48]
  • On July 8, 2013, the Hillary Rodham Clinton Children's Library and Learning Center was dedicated in Little Rock, Arkansas, having recently been named that by the Central Arkansas Library System. Clinton read The Very Hungry Caterpillar to mark the occasion.[49]
  • On August 28, 2013, the British international affairs think tank Chatham House voted Clinton as the 2013 winner of the Chatham House Prize "in recognition of her personal leadership in driving a new era of US diplomatic engagement and for her particular focus on promoting education and rights for women and girls" [50]
  • On September 10, 2013, the National Constitution Center awarded Clinton the 2013 Liberty Medal for her positions in public service and for her advocacy efforts towards more rights for women and girls worldwide.[51]
  • On September 13, 2013, the University of St Andrews conferred an honorary Doctor of Law degree onto her in recognition of her "roles as politician, diplomat and champion of education, human rights, democracy, civil society, and opportunities for women and girls around the world."[52][53]
  • Beginning in February 2014, the annual Hillary Rodham Clinton Awards for Advancing Women in Peace and Security have been given by the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security, of which Clinton is the Honorary Founding Chair.[54][55]
  • On May 3, 2014, Hillary Rodham Clinton received the Order of Lincoln, the highest award of the State of Illinois, where she was born and raised.[56]
  • On December 16, 2014, Clinton received a Ripple of Hope Award from the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights.[57][58]
  • In 2014, Clinton was named by Glamour magazine as one of "The 75 Most Important Women of the Past 75 Years."[59]
  • On March 3, 2015, Clinton accepted the "We Are Emily" award from Emily's List.[60]
  • On March 16, 2015, Clinton was inducted into the Irish America Hall of Fame.[61]
  • On June 4, 2015, Clinton received the first Barbara Jordan Public-Private Leadership Award, named in honor of Congresswoman Barbara Jordan and given to "a deserving woman anywhere in the world who has made the highest achievement during the preceding year or years in any honorable field of human endeavor in the public or private sector."[62]
  • On November 19, 2015, Clinton received the first Mario M. Cuomo Visionary Award.[63]
  • In June 2016, a bust of Clinton was unveiled in the main square of the Albanian city Saranda.[64]

Multiple instance honors[edit]

References[edit]

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