Ohio Women's Hall of Fame

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The Ohio Women's Hall of Fame was founded in 1978[1] and has 356 members. It provides public recognition for the achievements of Ohio women that better their state, their country and their world. It is one of several across the United States honoring the achievements of women within the individual states.[1]

Inductees[edit]

Ohio Women's Hall of Fame
Name Image Birth–Death County Year Area of achievement
Florence Allen Florence Ellinwood Allen.jpg (1884–1966) Cuyahoga 1978 American judge. Allen was the first woman to serve on a state Supreme Court and one of the first two women to serve as a federal judge.[2]
Helen Chatfield Black Hamilton 1978 Co-founded the Cincinnati Nature Center and Little Miami, Inc. Black was president of the Ohio chapter of The Nature Conservancy and board member of the Ohio Environmental Council.[3]
Frances Bolton Frances Bolton.jpg (1885–1977) Cuyahoga 1978 Politician from Ohio who served in the United States House of Representatives. Bolton was the first woman elected to Congress from Ohio.[4]
Elizabeth Boyer (1913–2002) Geauga 1978 American lawyer, feminist and writer. In 1968, Boyer founded the Women's Equity Action League (WEAL) as a moderate feminist movement for professional women.[5][6]
Harriet Bracken Franklin 1978 First woman vice president of the Huntington National Bank of Columbus[7]
Martha Kinney Cooper Martha Kinney Cooper.jpg Hamilton 1978 First Lady of Ohio from 1929 to 1931 as the wife of Governor Myers Y. Cooper[8]
Gertrude Donahey (1908–2004) Franklin 1978 American politician of the Democratic party who served as Ohio State Treasurer from 1971 to 1983[9]
Jane Edna Hunter (1881–1971) Cuyahoga 1978 African-American social worker who established the Working Girls Association in Cleveland, Ohio in 1911, which later became the Phillis Wheatley Association of Cleveland.[10][11][12]
Consolata Kline (1916–2016) Mahoning 1978 Executive director of St. Elizabeth Hospital Medical Center[13]
Virginia Kunkle (1915–2005) Franklin 1978 First woman to become assistant superintendent of public instruction in Ohio[14]
Margaret Mahoney (1922 – 2011) Cuyahoga 1978 Member of the Ohio House of Representatives and the Ohio Senate. Mahoney was both Senate President Pro Tem and Majority Leader as well as Chief of the Ohio Division of Securities.[15]
Helen Grace McClelland Columbiana 1978 Awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for her service as a member of the Army Nurse Corps during World War I[16]
Agnes Merritt Franklin 1978 Former state president of the American Legion Auxiliary and advocate for women[17]
Rose Papier Franklin 1978 Pioneer gerontologist and Ohio's first Director of the Ohio Administration on Aging[18]
Lottie Randolph (?– 1968) Perry 1978 Farmer and homemaker. Randolph was assistant director of Farm Labor at OSU.[19]
Ella P. Stewart EllaPStewart.gif (1893– 1987) Lucas 1978 One of the first African-American female pharmacists in the United States.[20]
Marigene Valiquette (1924–) Lucas 1978 Former member of the Ohio General Assembly[21]
Ann B. Walker Franklin 1978 First woman broadcaster to report on the Ohio legislature[22]
Stella Walsh (1911–1980) Cuyahoga 1978 Polish athlete who became a women's Olympic champion[23]
Marion Wells Licking 1978 Promoter of better treatment and education for disabled citizens[24]
Mary Jobe Akeley (1886–1966) Harrison 1979 Explorer and naturalist. Akeley was one of the earliest women explorers in Africa where she and her husband Carl E. Akeley hunted and photographed animals during their natural history studies.[25]
Mary Ann Bickerdyke Mary Ann Bickerdyke.jpg (1817–1901) Knox 1979 Hospital administrator for Union soldiers during the American Civil War[26]
Beatrice Cleveland Franklin 1979 Associate State Leader for 4-H in the Extension Service, College of Agriculture, The Ohio State University[27]
Charity Edna Earley Charityadamsearley3.gif (1918–2002) Montgomery 1979 First black commissioned officer in the Women's Army Corps[28]
Eleanor Jammal Ashtabula 1979 Businesswoman, member of Zonta International and numerous boards[29]
Bernice Kochan Cuyahoga 1979 Artist and designer of postage stamps[30]
Emily Leedy Franklin 1979 Chair of the Women's Advisory Council of the Ohio Bureau of Employment Services[31]
Ruth Lyons Ruth Lyons.JPG (1905–1988) Hamilton 1979 Pioneer radio and television broadcaster in Cincinnati[32]
Jerrie Mock (1925– 2014) Franklin 1979 First woman to fly solo around the world.[33][34]
Emma Phaler Franklin 1979 Bowler and contributor to the Women"s International Bowling Congress[35]
Rachel Redinger Tuscarawas 1979 Founder of the Ohio Outdoor Historical Drama Association and vice chair of the Ohio Arts Council[36]
Bobbie Sterne (1919–) Hamilton 1979 Member of the Charter Party and Cincinnati's first female mayor[37]
Ethel Swanbeck (1893–1989) Huron 1979 Former member of the Ohio House of Representatives, served eleven consecutive terms in the Ohio House from 1955 to 1976.[38][39]
Clara Weisenborn (1907 –1985) Montgomery 1979 Republican Ohio politician who served in the Ohio General Assembly[40]
Marjorie M. Whiteman Henry 1979 Legal advisor to Eleanor Roosevelt and author of the fifteen volume Digest of International Law[41]
Grace Berlin (1897 – 1982) Lucas 1980 One of the first Ohio women to earn a degree in ecology; officer of the National Audubon Society[42]
Erma Bombeck (1927–1996) Montgomery 1980 American humorist who achieved great popularity for her newspaper column that described suburban home life from the mid-1960s until the late 1990s[43]
Patricia M. Byrne Cuyahoga 1980 Ambassador to the Socialist Republic of the Union of Burma[44]
Ruth Crawford (1901–1953) Columbiana 1980 Modernist composer and American folk music specialist[45]
Louisa Fast Seneca 1980 National and international women's rights activist[46]
Dorothy Fuldheim (1893–1989) Cuyahoga 1980 Journalist and anchor who spent the majority of her career at The Cleveland Press and WEWS-TV[47]
Lillian Gish Lillian Gish-edit1.jpg (1893–1993) Hamilton 1980 Stage, screen and television actress; called "The First Lady of American Cinema"[48]
Esther Greisheimer (1891–1982) Ross 1980 Medical educator specializing in the fields of anesthesiology and cardiac research[49]
Edith Keller Morrow 1980 Supervisor of music for the Ohio Department of Education[50]
Tella Kitchen Ross 1980 Folk art painter[51]
Blanche Krupansky (1925–2008) Cuyahoga 1980 Cleveland judge who became the second woman to sit on the Ohio Supreme Court when she was appointed in 1981.[52]
Hattie Larlham Auglaize 1980 Founder of Hattie Larlham, a non-profit organization that provides services to more than 1,500 children and adults with developmental disabilities[53]
Mary Louise Nemeth Cuyahoga 1980 Business publisher and industrial advertiser[54]
Annie Oakley Annie-oakley.jpg (1860–1926) Darke 1980 American sharpshooter and exhibition shooter. Oakley's talent and timely rise to fame led to a starring role in Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, which propelled her to become the first American female superstar.[55]
Doris Weber Cuyahoga 1980 Artist and industrial photographer[56]
Mildred Bayer Franklin 1981 Founder and president of Health Clinics International[57]
Tina Bischoff Lovin Franklin 1981 World champion long-distance swimmer[58]
Dorothy Cornelius Franklin 1981 Executive director of the Ohio Nurses Association, president of the International Counsel of Nurses, president of the American Nurses Association, and president of the American Journal of Nursing Company[59]
Doris Day DorisDay-midnightlace.jpg (1924–) Hamilton 1981 American actress, singer, and animal rights activist[60]
Phyllis Diller Phyllis diller 2-25-2007.jpg (1917–2012) Allen 1981 American actress and comedian[61]
Eusebia Hunkins Athens 1981 Musician and composer[62]
Andre Norton (1912–2005) Cuyahoga 1981 American science fiction and fantasy author[63]
Jean Starr Untermeyer Muskingum 1981 Poet and translator[64]
Harriet Taylor Upton Harriet Taylor Upton 1923c.jpg (1853–1945) Portage 1981 Suffragette, author, and the first woman to be vice chairman of the Republican National Committee[65]
Nancy Wilson NancyWilson.JPG (1937–) Ross 1981 American singer with more than 70 albums, and three Grammy Awards[66]
A. Margaret Boyd Jefferson 1982 Education[67]
Ann Eriksson Franklin 1982 Director of Ohio's Constitutional Revision Commission[68]
Bernice Foley Hamilton 1982 Writer, lecturer and fashion commentator[69]
Zelma Watson George (1903–1994) Cuyahoga 1982 African American philanthropist, alternate in the United Nations General Assembly and headliner in Gian-Carlo Menotti's opera The Medium[70]
Grace Goulder Izant (1893–1984) Cuyahoga 1982 Writer, historian and preservationist[71]
Toni Morrison Toni Morrison 2008-2.jpg (1931–) Lorain 1982 American novelist, editor, and professor. Winner of the Nobel Prize in 1993 and in 1987 the Pulitzer Prize[72]
Phyllis Sewell Hamilton 1982 Executive at Federated Department Stores[73]
Jayne Spain Hamilton 1982 Corporate executive[74]
Helen Zelkowitz Knox 1982 Radio broadcaster and founder of WMVO[75]
Harriet J. Anderson (1913–1980) Athens 1983 Painter and textile artist[76]
Ione Biggs Cuyahoga 1983 Political and social activist who has worked to address crime prevention, women's rights, voter registration, hunger, poverty and unemployment[77]
Eula Bingham (1929–) Hamilton 1983 Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health during the Carter Administration.[78][79]
Mary O. Boyle Cuyahoga 1983 Member of the Ohio House of Representatives from the 15th district[80]
Mariwyn Heath Montgomery 1983 Chair of the Political Action Committee for Business and Professional Women and advocate for the Equal Rights Amendment[81]
Josephine Irwin Cuyahoga 1983 Suffragist and advocate for women's rights[82]
Barbara Janis Cuyahoga 1983 Union organizer and advocate for women[83]
Lillian Janis Cuyahoga 1983 Cleveland political figure[84]
Minnie Player Cuyahoga 1983 Leader of Cleveland’s Welfare Rights Organization[85]
Gloria Steinem Gloria Steinem 2008 cropped.jpg (1934–) Lucas 1983 American feminist, journalist, and social and political activist who became nationally recognized as a leader of, and media spokeswoman for the women's liberation movement in the late 1960s and 1970s[86]
Freda Winning Sandusky 1983 Educator, Marine officer, government official and international diplomat[87]
Mary E. Miller Young Franklin 1983 Co-founder of the Ohio Commission on the Status of Women in 1970 and leader in the struggle for the Equal Rights Amendment[88]
Sally Cooper Franklin 1984 Activist opposing violence against women and children[89]
Sarah E. Harris Montgomery 1984 Former President of the Dayton Urban League and community board member[90]
Cindy Noble Hauserman Ross 1984 U.S. Olympic Basketball Team gold medalist[91]
Marcy Kaptur Marcykaptur.jpg (1946–) Lucas 1984 U.S. Representative for Ohio's 9th congressional district[92]
Karen Nussbaum Karen Nussbaum 01.jpg (1950–) Cuyahoga 1984 Executive director of Working America, a community affiliate of the AFL-CIO; former director of the United States Department of Labor Women's Bureau[93]
Mary Rose Oakar MROakar.jpg (1940–) Cuyahoga 1984 Democratic politician and first Democratic woman elected to the United States Congress from Ohio[94]
Catherine Pinkerton Cuyahoga 1984 Lobbyist with NETWORK: A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby[95]
Willa Player Summit 1984 First Black woman president of a four-year women’s college[96]
Judith Resnik Judith Resnik.jpg (1949–1986) Summit 1984 Engineer and NASA astronaut who died in the destruction of Space Shuttle Challenger during the launch of mission STS-51-L[97]
Helen Hooven Santmyer (1895–1986) Greene 1984 Writer[98]
Marian Spencer (1920–) Hamilton 1984 Former Vice Mayor of the Cincinnati City Council and the first African American woman to be elected to the Council[99]
Marian Trimble Franklin 1984 President of Nationwide Investment Services[100]
Joyce Wollenberg Perry 1984 Union organizer and advocate for women[101]
Lois Anna Barr Cook Montgomery 1985 Pioneering science educator[102]
Mercedes Cotner Cuyahoga 1985 Cleveland City Council member[103]
Zell Draz Mahoning 1985 Associate publisher of the Warren Tribune-Chronicle[104]
Barbara Easterling (1933–) Summit 1985 First woman elected to executive committee positions at Communications Workers of America (CWA) and the AFL-CIO[105]
Nikki Giovanni Nikki Giovanni speaking at Emory University 2008.jpg (1943–) Hamilton 1985 Poet, writer, commentator, activist, and educator[106]
Aurora Gonzalez Lucas 1985 Organizer, educator and activist in Toledo's Hispanic community[107]
Mary Lazarus Franklin 1985 Advocate for consumer rights, child safety, education, services to women and ethics in government[108]
Barbara Mandel Cuyahoga 1985 President of the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW)[109]
Norma Marcere Stark 1985 Pioneer feminist and educator[110]
Lucille Middleton Champaign 1985 Established the first classes for developmentally disabled children in Champaign County[111]
Helen Mulholland Franklin 1985 Founding member of the Ohio Commission on the Status of Women and Ohio Women, Inc.[112]
Lauretta Schimmoler (1900–1981) Crawford 1985 Aviator who was the first woman in the United States to establish an airport in the United States, the first woman to command an American Legion post and was the founder of the Aerial Nurse Corps of America, the predecessor of the flight nurses of the United States Air Force.[113]
Marge Schott (1928–2004) Hamilton 1985 Managing general partner, president and CEO of the National League's Cincinnati Reds franchise from 1984 to 1999[114]
Mary Jen Steinbrenner Cuyahoga 1985 Developed programs to benefit women and children[115]
Margaret Andrew Montgomery 1986 Pioneer for women in science and technology[116]
Kathleen Barber Cuyahoga 1986 Educator and political activist[117]
Fay Biles Portage 1986 First woman vice president of an Ohio university[118]
Elizabeth Blackwell Elizabeth Blackwell.jpg (1821–1910) Hamilton 1986 First woman to receive a medical degree in the United States and a pioneer in promoting the education of women as well as social and moral reform[119]
Marie Clarke Franklin 1986 Black female labor leader[120]
Eva Mae Crosby Franklin 1986 Educator, lawyer and race relations pioneer[121]
Ruby Dee Ruby Dee speaking.jpg (1922–2014) Cuyahoga 1986 Actress, poet, playwright, screenwriter, journalist, and activist[122]
Cynthia Drennan (1948–) Cuyahoga 1986 Missionary to El Salvador[123]
Hooker Glendinning Cuyahoga 1986 Advocate for social justice, racial and cultural equality[124]
Louise Herring (1909–1987) Hamilton 1986 One of the pioneer leaders of the not-for-profit cooperative credit union movement in the United States; known as the “Mother of Credit Unions”[125]
Katherine LeVeque Franklin 1986 Columbus businesswoman[126]
Ruth Ratner Miller Cuyahoga 1986 First woman health director for the city of Cleveland[127]
Amelia Nava (1933-) Seneca 1986 Advocate for migrant farmworkers[128]
Arline Webb Pratt Stark 1986 Advocate for illumination of the Statue of Liberty[129]
Anastasia Ann Przelomski Mahoning 1986 Journalist and editor[130]
Virginia Purdy Adams 1986 Radio entrepreneur and founder of WRAC[131]
Selma Lois Walker Franklin 1986 Founder and director of the Native American Indian Center of Columbus[132]
Julia Walsh Summit 1986 First woman Governor of the American Stock Exchange[133]
Faye Wattleton Faye Wattleton 2009.jpg (1943–) Montgomery 1986 First African-American and youngest President ever elected to Planned Parenthood; President of the Center for the Advancement of Women[134]
Mary Ellen Withrow Mary Ellen Withrow.jpg (1930–) Marion 1986 40th Treasurer of the United States from March 1, 1994 to January 20, 2001 under President Bill Clinton[135]
Anna Biggins Trumbull 1988 Union organizer[136]
Patricia Clonch Lawrence 1988 Executive Director of the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce and the Lawrence Economic Development Corporation[137]
Norma Craden (1919–1992) Lucas 1988 Union organizer with the Coalition of Labor Union Women[138]
Jewel Freeman Graham Greene 1988 Attorney, professor and President of the World YWCA[139]
Cathy Guisewite Cathy Guisewite (1987).jpg (1950–) Montgomery 1988 Cartoonist who created the comic strip Cathy[140]
Rebecca D. Jackson Franklin 1988 Medical researcher specializing in endocrinology, osteoporosis and metabolic bone disease[141]
Carol Heiss Jenkins (1940–) Summit 1988 Figure skater. 1960 Olympic Champion in Ladies Singles, 1956 Olympic silver medalist and five-time World Champion (1956–1960)[142]
Carol Kane (1953–) Cuyahoga 1988 American actress who appeared in Hester Street and Annie Hall. Received two Emmy Awards for her work in the television series Taxi[143]
Bea Larsen Hamilton 1988 First woman president of the Cincinnati Bar Association[144]
Alice Raful Lev Mahoning 1988 Community organizer and advocate for social justice[145]
Linda Rocker Sogg Cuyahoga 1988 Advocate for social justice who led the Ohio Coalition for the Ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment[146]
Eleanor Smeal Eleanor Smeal.jpg (1939–) Ashtabula 1988 Feminist activist, political analyst, lobbyist, and grassroots organizer. President and founder of the Feminist Majority Foundation, serving twice as president of the National Organization for Women[147]
Carolyn Utz (1913–2005) Franklin 1988 Music educator and youth advocate[148]
Anita Smith Ward Franklin 1988 First woman to be elected Chair of a state university Board of Trustees in Ohio[149]
Jeanette Grasselli Brown Cuyahoga 1989 Industrial researcher for BP America[150]
Maxine Carnahan Coshocton 1989 First woman president of the United Paperworkers International Union[151]
Tracy Chapman Tracy Chapman 3.jpg (1964–) Cuyahoga 1989 Singer-songwriter, best known for her singles "Fast Car", "Talkin' 'bout a Revolution", "Baby Can I Hold You", "Crossroads", "Give Me One Reason" and "Telling Stories". She is a multi-platinum and four-time Grammy Award-winning artist.[152][153]
Betsy Mix Cowles Betsy Mix Cowles.png (1810–1876) Ashtabula 1989 Early leader in the United States abolitionist movement[154]
Ann Gazelle Franklin 1989 Social worker and artist[155]
Michelle Graves Hamilton 1989 Banker and financial planner[156]
Florence Harshman Mahoning 1989 Social worker[157]
June Hutt Cuyahoga 1989 Publisher and advocate of working women[158]
Geraldine Jensen Lucas 1989 Founder of the Association for Children for the Enforcement of Support[159]
Carolyn Mahoney (1946–) Franklin 1989 Mathematics educator[160]
Linda Myers (1947–) Franklin 1989 Researcher and psychotherapist[161]
Jennie Porter Hamilton 1989 First black female public school principal in Cincinnati[162]
Diane Poulton Franklin 1989 Advocate for the rights of women[163]
Renee Powell (1946–) Stark 1989 Professional golfer who played on the LPGA Tour and is currently head professional at her family's Clearview Golf Club in East Canton, Ohio[164]
Charlene Spretnak (1946–) Franklin 1989 Author, activist, academic, and feminist[165]
Charlene Ventura Hamilton 1989 President and CEO of the YWCA of Greater Cincinnati[166]
Marilyn Gaston (1939–) Hamilton 1990 Pediatrician who helped to establish the Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center at the University of Cincinnati[167]
Dorothy Jackson Summit 1990 Akron’s Deputy Mayor for Intergovernmental Relations[168]
Luella Talmadge Jackson Seneca 1990 Community activist[169]
Janet Kalven (1913–2014) Hamilton 1990 Feminist educator, author and activist[170]
Rosabeth Kanter (1943–) Cuyahoga 1990 Tenured professor in business at Harvard Business School, where she holds the Ernest C. Arbuckle Professorship.[171][172]
Maggie Kuhn (1905–1995) Cuyahoga 1990 Activist known for founding the Gray Panthers[173]
Joan Lamson Cuyahoga 1990 Small business owner[174]
Maya Ying Lin Maya Lin 1.JPG (1959–) Athens 1990 Architect and artist working in sculpture and landscape art; best known as the designer of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.[175][176]
Anne Variano Macko Cuyahoga 1990 Union organizer with the Communications Workers of America[177]
Alicia Mott Wood 1990 Advocate for the educational and economic advancement of Ohio’s Hispanic community[178]
Ludel Sauvageot Summit 1990 Pioneer in the field of hospital public relations[179]
Fanchon bat-Lillian Shur Hamilton 1990 Choreographer and educator[180]
Phebe Temperance Sutliff (1859–1955) Trumbull 1990 President of Rockford College[181]
Grayce Williams Franklin 1990 First Black woman to serve as President of the Columbus YWCA[182]
Berenice Abbott Berenice Abbott by Hank ONeal NYC 1979.jpg (1898–1991) Clark 1991 Photographer best known for her black-and-white photography of New York City architecture and urban design of the 1930s[183]
Earladeen Badger Hamilton 1991 Founder and president of United Services for Effective Parenting[184]
Hallie Brown Hallie Q Brown.jpg (1849–1949) Greene 1991 African American educator, writer and activist[185]
JoAnn Davidson Franklin 1991 Speaker and Minority Whip of the Ohio House of Representatives[186]
Raquel Diaz-Sprague Franklin 1991 Chemist and advocate for women and ethical workplaces[187]
Rita Dove Rita dove in 2004.jpg (1952–) Summit 1991 United States Poet Laureate and Consultant in Poetry at the Library of Congress[188]
Mary Ignatia Gavin (1889–1966) Summit 1991 Founded the first alcohol addiction treatment center; Sister Ignatia was known as the "Angel of Alcoholics Anonymous"[189]
Sara Harper Cuyahoga 1991 First African American woman to graduate from Case Western Reserve University Law School and the first woman to serve on the judiciary of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. Harper co-founded the first victims' rights program in the United States.[190]
Donna Hawk Cuyahoga 1991 Developed transitional housing for the homeless[191]
June Holley Athens 1991 Co-founder of Worker Owned Network. Holley pioneered developing worker-owned cooperatives to alleviate poverty in Appalachia.[192]
Martha C. Moore Guernsey 1991 Active volunteer with the Ohio Republican Party[193]
Darlene Owens Cuyahoga 1991 First woman pipefitter in Ohio[194]
Helen H. Peterson Franklin 1991 Board member of the national YWCA and advocate for minimum wage in Ohio[195]
Martha Pituch Lucas 1991 Health care educator and advocate for children, families and those without housing[196]
Yvonne Pointer Women's History Month DVIDS1101555.jpg Cuyahoga 1991 Founder of the Positive Plus Support Group. Pointer spearheaded an effort to bring midnight basketball to Cleveland.[197]
Virginia Ruehlmann Hamilton 1991 Former first lady of Cincinnati; administrator and director with the Helen Steiner Rice Foundation[198]
Josephine Schwarz (1908–2004) Montgomery 1991 Dance instructor and co-founder of the Schwarz School of Dance[199]
Suzanne Timken Stark 1991 Youth fitness advocate and vice chair of the President"s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports Advisory Board[200]
Nancy Vertrone Bieniek Cuyahoga 1991 Businesswoman and founder of Original Copy Centers[201]
Stella Marie Zannoni Cuyahoga 1991 Preserver of Italian American cultural heritage[202]
Mary of the Annunciation Beaumont Cuyahoga 1992 Religion and Community Services
Antoinette Eaton Mahoning 1992 Math, Science and Health Services
Rubie McCullough Cuyahoga 1992 Religion and Community Services
Nancy Oakley Cuyahoga 1992 Religion and Community Services
Harriet Parker Franklin 1992 Math, Science and Health Services
Susan Porter Allen 1992 Arts, Music and Journalism
Helen Steiner Rice (1900–1981) Lorain 1992 Writer of religious and inspirational poetry
Alice Schille (1869–1955) Franklin 1992 Watercolorist and painter
Louella Thompson Butler 1992 Religion and Community Services
Mildred Benson (1905–2002) Lucas 1993 Journalist and author of children's books, including the earliest Nancy Drew mysteries
Amelia Bingham Amelia Swilley Bingham 2.jpg (1869–1927) Defiance 1993 Stage actress
Virginia Coffey Hamilton 1993 Women's Suffrage and Cultural Activism
Viola Famiano Colombi Cuyahoga 1993 Religion and Community Services
Ivy Gunter (1950–) Sandusky 1993 Amputee, fashion model, osteosarcoma survivor, inspirational speaker, and fitness enthusiast
Virginia Hamilton (1934–2002) Greene 1993 Author of children's books and winner of the National Book Award for Young People's Literature and the Newbery Medal
Lucy Webb Hayes Lucy Webb Hayes - Brady-Handy.jpg (1831–1889) Ross 1993 First Lady of the United States and the wife of President Rutherford B. Hayes
Joy Alice Hintz Muskingum 1993 Religion and Community Services
Geraldine Macelwane Lucas 1993 Law
Anne O'Hare McCormick (1880–1954) Franklin 1993 Foreign news correspondent for The New York Times
Rena Olshansky Cuyahoga 1993 Arts, Music and Journalism
Edna Pincham Mahoning 1993 Religion and Community Services
Maxine Plummer Jackson 1993 Religion and Community Services
Jean Reilly Franklin 1993 Religion and Community Services
Pauline Riel Morrow 1993 Education
Christine M. Cook (1956–) Franklin 1994 First woman of the Ohio National Guard to assume command of two separate battalions and then a regiment; Director of the Ohio Veteran's Home
Claudia Coulton Cuyahoga 1994 Education
Ellen Walker Craig-Jones Franklin 1994 Government and Military Service
Nanette Ferrall Auglaize 1994 Math, Science and Health Services
Jill Harms Griesse Licking 1994 Sports and Athletics
Georgia Griffith Franklin 1994 Arts, Music and Journalism
Florence Melton Florence melton.jpg (1911–2007) Franklin 1994 Inventor known for innovating the foam-soled and washable slipper.[203]
Lucille Nussdorfer Tuscarawas 1994 Religion and Community Services
Jane Reece (1868–1961) Montgomery 1994 Pictorial photographer of the early 20th century
Emma Ann Reynolds Ross 1994 Math, Science and Health Services
Carol Scott Clark 1994 Religion and Community Services
Paula Spence Franklin 1994 Business and Labor
Deanna Tribe Vinton 1994 Women's Suffrage and Cultural Activism
Lillian Wald Lillian Wald at National Portrait Gallery IMG 4579.JPG (1867–1940) Hamilton 1994 Nurse, social worker, public health official, teacher, author, editor, publisher, activist for peace, women's, children's and civil rights, and the founder of American community nursing
Sandra Beckwith Sandra Beckwith.jpg (1943–) Hamilton 1995 Judge; first woman to sit on the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio
Daeida Hartell Wilcox Beveridge Defiance 1995 Business and Labor
Patricia Ann Blackmon Cuyahoga 1995 Law
Mary Bowermaster (1917–2011) Butler 1995 Nurse's aide for schools in Butler County and masters athlete
Christine Brennan (1958–) Lucas 1995 Sports columnist, TV and radio commentator, best-selling author and nationally known speaker
Joy Garrison Cauffman Clinton 1995 Math, Science and Health Services
Bunny Clark Franklin 1995 Math, Science and Health Services
Grace Drake Cuyahoga 1995 Government and Military Service
Naomi Evans Franklin 1995 Math, Science and Health Services
Frances Dana Gage Hamilton 1995 Women's Suffrage and Cultural Activism
Jane Kirkham Cuyahoga 1995 Arts, Music and Journalism
Sylvia Lewis Summit 1995 Women's Suffrage and Cultural Activism[204]
Tami Longaberger Licking 1995 Business and Labor
Donna Moon Montgomery 1995 Business and Labor
Gratia Murphy Mahoning 1995 Education
Alice Robie Resnick (1939–) Lucas 1995 Justice of the Supreme Court of Ohio
Muriel Siebert (1932–) Cuyahoga 1995 First woman to own a seat on the New York Stock Exchange and the first woman to head one of its member firms
Carol Cartwright Portage 1996 Academic administrator and former president of Bowling Green State University
Elizabeth Evans Franklin 1996 Radio broadcaster
Rae Natalie Goodall Morrow 1996 Math, Science and Health Services
Elizabeth Hauser Trumbull 1996 Women's Suffrage and Cultural Activism
Bernadine Healy (1944–2011) Franklin 1996 Physician, cardiologist, academic and a former head of the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Carol Kelly Union 1996 Education
Fannie Lewis Cuyahoga 1996 Religion and Community Services
Betty Montgomery (1948–) Wood 1996 Republican politician who served as Ohio State Auditor
Hope Taft Hamilton 1996 First Lady of Ohio and wife to Governor Bob Taft
Carol Ball Darke 1997 Arts, Music and Journalism
Marilyn Byers Ashland 1997 Government and Military Service
Jean Murrell Capers Cuyahoga 1997 Law
Martha Dorsey Clermont 1997 Government and Military Service
Joan Heidelberg Miami 1997 Math, Science and Health Services
Clarice Herbert Allen 1997 Religion and Community Services
Beatrice Lampkin Hamilton 1997 Math, Science and Health Services
Jacquelyn MayerTownsend Erie 1997 Math, Science and Health Services
Ann O'Rourke Franklin 1997 Religion and Community Services
Beryl Rothschild Cuyahoga 1997 Government and Military Service
Thekla Shackelford Franklin 1997 Education
Marianne Boggs Campbell Gallia 1998 Business and Labor
Carole Garrison Summit 1998 Women's Suffrage and Cultural Activism
Nancy Hollister (1949–) Muskingum 1998 66th Governor of Ohio
Stephanie J. Jones SJJ Headshot Wikipedia.jpg Cuyahoga 1998 Lawyer and educator, President of Stephanie Jones Strategies and former Executive Director of the National Urban League Policy Institute
Bettye Ruth Kay Lucas 1998 Religion and Community Services
Barbara Ross-Lee Athens 1998 Dean of the Ohio University of Osteopathic Medicine
Audrey Mackiewicz Erie 1998 Arts, Music and Journalism
Kathy Palasics Cuyahoga 1998 Arts, Music and Journalism
Margaret Diane Quinn Muskingum 1998 Government and Military Service
Henrietta Seiberling Henrietta Buckler.jpg Summit 1998 Religion and Community Services
Mary Emily Taylor Logan 1998 Education
Virginia Varga Montgomery 1998 Education
Jacqueline Woods Cuyahoga 1998 Business and Labor
Nancy Lusk Zimpher Franklin 1998 Education
MaryJo Behrensmeyer Knox 1999 Education
Alvina Costilla Lucas 1999 Women's Suffrage and Cultural Activism
Sarah Deal Sarah Deal photo from 1997.jpg Wood 1999 First female Marine selected for Naval aviation training, and subsequently the Marine Corps' first female aviator in 1993
Electra Doren (1861-1927) Montgomery 1999 Education
Daisy Flowers Franklin 1999 Religion and Community Services
Annie Glenn (1920–) Muskingum 1999 Wife of former astronaut and Senator John Glenn
Ann Hamilton (1956-) Franklin 1999 Artist known for her installations, textile art and sculptures
Carole Hoover Cuyahoga 1999 Business and Labor
Cheryl Han Horn Franklin 1999 Business and Labor
Carol Latham Cuyahoga 1999 Business and Labor
Nancy Linenkugel Erie 1999 Math, Science and Health Services
Marie Barrett Marsh Trumbull 1999 Government and Military Service
Marjorie Parham Hamilton 1999 Arts, Music and Journalism
Mary Regula Stark 1999 Religion and Community Services
Lee Lenore Rubin Athens 1999 Religion and Community Services
Harriet Beecher Stowe Beecher-Stowe.jpg (1811–1896) Hamilton 1999 abolitionist and author who wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852)
Jerry Sue Thornton Cuyahoga 1999 Education
Janet Voinovich Cuyahoga 1999 Government and Military Service
Paige Ashbaugh Summit 2000 Sports and Athletics
Maude Charles Collins Vinton 2000 Government and Military Service
Faye Dambrot Summit 2000 Education
Margarita de Leon Lucas 2000 Women's Suffrage and Cultural Activism
Patricia Louise Fletcher Jefferson 2000 Women's Suffrage and Cultural Activism
Jean Patrice Harrington Hamilton 2000 Education
Shirley Hoffman Cuyahoga 2000 Math, Science and Health Services
Dorothy Kazel (1939–1980) Cuyahoga 2000 Ursuline nun and missionary to El Salvador
Farah Majidzadeh Franklin 2000 Business and Labor
Ada Martin Franklin 2000 Religion and Community Services
Lorle Porter Knox 2000 Education
Lanna Samaniego Mercer 2000 Women's Suffrage and Cultural Activism
Yvonne Taylor Greene 2000 Education
Margaret Wong Cuyahoga 2000 Law
Betty Zane Elizabeth Zane.jpg (1759–1823) Belmont 2000 Alleged heroine of the American Revolutionary War
Rebecca Boreczky Delaware 2001 Religion and Community Services
Frances Jennings Casement Frances Jennings Casement.jpg (1840–1928) Lake 2001 Suffragette
Ruth L. Davis (1910–2005) Lucas 2001 First woman President of Davis College
Lucille Ford Ashland 2001 Education
Susan F. Gray Darke 2001 Educator, advocate for historical preservation and Darke County Park Commissioner
Kathleen Harrison Franklin 2001 Lieutenant Colonel in the Marine Corps
Adella Prentiss Hughes (1869–1950) Cuyahoga 2001 Pianist and impresario; main organiser of the Cleveland Orchestra
Janet E. Jackson Franklin 2001 Assistant Attorney General for Ohio and the first African-American woman to serve as judge in Franklin County
Dottie Kammie Kamenshek Hamilton 2001 Sports and Athletics
Maxine Levin Cuyahoga 2001 Religion and Community Services
Irene Long Irene-D-Long-NASA.png (1950–) Cuyahoga 2001 Physician and NASA official. Long was the first female Chief Medical Officer at the Kennedy Space Center.
Martha MacDonell Allen 2001 Religion and Community Services
Mary Andrew Matesich Franklin 2001 Education
Elizabeth Powell Mahoning 2001 Reverend Mother and founder of the World Fellowship Interdenominational Church
Deborah Pryce Deborah Pryce.jpg (1951–) Franklin 2001 Former Republican member of the United States House of Representatives for Ohio's 15th congressional district
Maria Sexton Wayne 2001 Sports and Athletics
Farah Walters Cuyahoga 2001 Business and Labor
Georgeta Blebea Washington Cuyahoga 2001 Women's Suffrage and Cultural Activism
Judy Barker Franklin 2002 Business and Labor
Frances Seiberling Buchholzer Summit 2002 Government and Military Service
Joan Brown Campbell Cuyahoga 2002 Religion and Community Services
Nancy Frankenberg Delaware 2002 Religion and Community Services
Zell Hart-Deming Trumbull 2002 Business and Labor
Elsie Helsel Athens 2002 Religion and Community Services
Katie T. Horstman Auglaize 2002 Sports and Athletics
Jennie Hwang Cuyahoga 2002 Math, Science and Health Services
Cathy Monroe Lewis Cuyahoga 2002 Religion and Community Services
Viola Startzman Robertson Wayne 2002 Math, Science and Health Services
Stefanie Spielman Franklin 2002 Sports reporter and breast cancer survivor
Kathryn Sullivan Kathryn D. Sullivan.jpg (1951–) Franklin 2002 Geologist and former NASA astronaut. Sullivan is the first American woman to walk in space.
Sheila Bailey Cuyahoga 2003 Math, Science and Health Services
Jeraldyne Kilborn Blunden Montgomery 2003 Arts, Music and Journalism
Shannon Carter Hamilton 2003 Religion and Community Services
Luceille Fleming Franklin 2003 Government and Military Service
Olga D. González-Sanabria Gonzalez Sanabria.jpg Cuyahoga 2003 Math, Science and Health Services
Elsie Janis Elsiejanis1.jpg (1889–1956) Franklin 2003 Singer, songwriter, actress, and screenwriter
Lois Lenski (1893–1974) Shelby 2003 Writer of children's and young adult fiction
Ellen Mosley-Thompson Franklin 2003 Math, Science and Health Services
Cathy Nelson Franklin 2003 Women's Suffrage and Cultural Activism
Evlyn Gray Scott Cuyahoga 2003 Math, Science and Health Services
Yvonne C. Williams Wayne 2003 Women's Suffrage and Cultural Activism[205]
Rogers Margaret Brugler Franklin 2007 Religion and Community Services
Julia Chatfield Brown 2007 Education
Lucille Hastings Holmes 2007 Religion and Community Services
Lillie Howard Montgomery 2007 Education
Mary Ann Jorgenson Cuyahoga 2007 Law
Joyce Mahaney Lucas 2007 Religion and Community Services
Rozella Schlotfeldt Cuyahoga 2007 Math, Science and Health Services
Katherine May Smith (1974–) Hocking 2007 Basketball player; Ohio State Female Athlete of the Century
Florence Wang Mahoning 2007 Religion and Community Services
Dorothy Baunach Cuyahoga 2008 Business and Labor
Carrie Nelson Black (1859-1936) Franklin 2008 Math, Science and Health Services, founded the Columbus Society for the Prevention and Control of Tuberculosis (now known as The Breathing Association) in 1906. [206]
Caro Bosca Clark 2008 Government and Military Service
Yvette McGee Brown Yvette McGee Brown 09-14-2010.jpg (1960–) Franklin 2008 President of the Center for Children and Family Advocacy at Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Loann Crane Franklin 2008 Women's Suffrage and Cultural Activism
Joan Durgin Lucas 2008 Education
Carol Gibbs Hamilton 2008 Religion and Community Services
Billie Johnson Lucas 2008 Religion and Community Services
Jih Lei Cuyahoga 2008 Math, Science and Health Services
Elizabeth Magee Cuyahoga 2008 Business and Labor
Kasturi Rajadhyaksha Franklin 2008 Women's Suffrage and Cultural Activism
Julie Salamon (1953–) Adams 2008 Journalist, critic and author
Michele Wheatly Greene 2008 Education
Gail Collins (1945–) Hamilton 2009 Journalist, op-ed columnist and author, most recognized for her work with The New York Times
Pamela B. Davis Cuyahoga 2009 Dean and Vice President for Medical Affairs of the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Kim de Groh Cuyahoga 2009 Math, Science and Health Services
Beverly J. Gray Ross 2009 Educator
Sharon Howard Montgomery 2009 Religion and Community Services
Carol Kuhre Athens 2009 Religion and Community Services
Virginia Manning Erie 2009 Business and Labor
Helen Moss Cuyahoga 2009 Women's Suffrage and Cultural Activism
Judith Rycus Franklin 2009 Religion and Community Services
Mary Adelaide Sandusky Lucas 2009 Religion and Community Services
Glenna Watson Franklin 2009 Government and Military Service
Bernett Williams Summit 2009 Religion and Community Services
Celia Williamson Lucas 2009 University of Toledo Professor and community advocate who seeks to combat domestic human trafficking and prostitution.
Owens Alvarene Montgomery 2010 Law
Tenenbaum Gayle Channing Franklin 2010 Math, Science and Health Services
Dorothy McAlpin Maguire Chapman Lorain 2010 Sports and Athletics
Barbara Fergus Franklin 2010 Arts, Music and Journalism
Merle Grace Kearns Ottawa 2010 Government and Military Service
Rebecca J. Lee Pickaway 2010 Executive Director of the Pickaway County Veteran Service Commission
Nina McClelland Lucas 2010 Math, Science and Health Services
Lana Moresky Cuyahoga 2010 Women's Suffrage and Cultural Activism
Martha Potter Otto Knox 2010 Math, Science and Health Services
Elizabeth Ruppert Lucas 2010 Math, Science and Health Services
Rita Singh Cuyahoga 2010 Business and Labor
Cheryl A. Boyce Franklin 2011 Health Services
Elizabeth H. Flick Franklin 2011 Community and Military Service
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper Fewharper.jpg (1825-1911) 2011 African-American abolitionist, poet and author. Harper published her first book of poetry at age 20 and her first novel, the widely praised Iola Leroy, at age 67.
Brenda J. Hollis Henry 2011 Military Service and Law
Mary C. Juhas Franklin 2011 Science and Education
Kleia R. Luckner Lucas 2011 Health Service and Law
Valerie J. Lyons Lorain 2011 Science
Linda S. Noelker Cuyahoga 2011 Community Service and Health Service
Carrie Vonderhaar Hamilton 2011 Arts and Conservation

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Further reading[edit]

  • Royster, Jacqueline Jones (2003). Profiles of Ohio Women, 1803-2003. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press. ISBN 9780821415085.

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