Wikipedia:WikiProject Women in Red/Monthly achievement initiative: September 2018

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

WiR Monthly achievement initiative: September 2018


Women in RedAbout us


Hello! and welcome to WikiProject Women in Red (WiR), whose objective is to turn red links into blue ones. Our project's scope is women's biographies and women's works, broadly construed. Did you know that, according to WHGI, only 17.80% of the English Wikipedia's biographies are about women? Not impressed? Content gender gap is a form of systemic bias, and this is what WiR addresses. We invite you to participate, whenever you like, in whatever way suits you and your schedule.
Women in Red warmly welcomes you!

Women in Red logo

The Women in Red Monthly achievement initiative which began in August is being repeated without significant changes from 1 to 30 September 2018. It is intended to encourage editors to adopt a more rewarding approach as an incentive to turn red links into blue. It is hoped it will bring about progress in both quantity and quality. See here for more information on the Wikiproject Women in Red, including how to become a member.

While the initiative will run in parallel with the other priorities for the month, it will not add any further focus and can be used to list any new biographies of women, including of course those specially targeted for the month. At this stage the initiative is limited to biographies although it might later be adapted to cover other articles about women, their works and their contributions.

How to participate[edit]

The initiative is open to all members of Women in Red. Those who are not yet members but who would like to participate are encouraged to join by registering in the box at the top of the main page of Women in Red.

The initiative allows editors to list all the biographies they create during the month, adding them under "First new biography", "Second new biography", etc., until the greatest number of new biographies per editor is established. In addition to simply listing the article titles, the items under each subheading will include a flag template showing the nationality of each woman covered, their occupation, the name of the editor, the class of the article created (which can be upgraded as improvements are made), and the date. The initiative is designed to be easy to implement; most of the work will be handled by editors themselves as they list the articles they create. Volunteers from WiR will monitor progress and encourage editors to participate.

The participation templates and awards are based on user boxes with WiR icons and barnstars. Those below cover four of the templates to be used. Others will be added if necessary. Participants are encouraged to display the relevant templates as boxes on their user pages.

{{Participant:Women in Red September 2018 achievements}}

{{5 new biographies:Women in Red September 2018 achievements}}

{{10 new biographies:Women in Red September 2018 achievements}}

{{20 new biographies:Women in Red September 2018 achievements}}

{{30 new biographies:Women in Red September 2018 achievements}}

{{Most new biographies:Women in Red September 2018 achievements}}

On the basis of the August results, it appears participants had little difficulty in following the rules. As the month progresses, the listings which develop on this page page will clearly show those who increasingly achieve distinction. Even one new biography is considered an achievement but it is hoped many participants will be able to contribute to the lists of two, three or more new articles. While stubs are of course accepted, all editors are encouraged to bring at least some of their new biographies up to Start or C class. At WiR, we aim for both quality and quantity.

The initiative is designed to be easy to implement as it will not upset our existing monthly editathons. Most of the work will be handled by editors themselves as they list their additions. Volunteers will monitor progress and encourage editors to participate. There will be no physical or monetary prizes but editors seem to welcome the opportunity to list their evolving achievements.

Results for September 2018[edit]

Participants[edit]

Remember to add the {{Participant:Women in Red September 2018 achievements}} box to your user page as soon as you complete your first biography.
  1. Penny Richards (talk) 13:34, 26 August 2018 (UTC)
  2. Ipigott (talk) 12:20, 27 August 2018 (UTC)
  3. Nat965 (talk) 22:54, 27 August 2018 (UTC)
  4. SshibumXZ (talk · contribs) 21:02, 28 August 2018 (UTC)
  5. Oronsay (talk) 22:38, 29 August 2018 (UTC)
  6. Smirkybec (talk) 19:02, 1 September 2018 (UTC)
  7. Victuallers (talk) 09:19, 2 September 2018 (UTC)
  8. PamD 10:24, 2 September 2018 (UTC)
  9. static shakedown ʕ •ᴥ•ʔ 18:35, 2 September 2018 (UTC)
  10. Vami_IV† 15:32, 3 September 2018 (UTC)
  11. Kangarooth (talk) 19:55, 3 September 2018 (UTC)
  12. Kingsif (talk) 18:56, 4 September 2018 (UTC)
  13. 14GTR (talk) 22:28, 4 September 2018 (UTC)
  14. HandsomeBoy (talk) 19:22, 6 September 2018 (UTC)
  15. Willthacheerleader18 (talk) 05:09, 7 September 2018 (UTC)
  16. DanielGSouza (talk) 19:37, 7 September 2018 (UTC)
  17. Joseph2302 (talk) 11:14, 9 September 2018 (UTC)
  18. Deb (talk) 11:18, 9 September 2018 (UTC)
  19. Auldhouse Auldhouse (talk) 17:51, 11 September 2018 (UTC)
  20. SamHolt6 (talk) 01:14, 12 September 2018 (UTC)
  21. MrLinkinPark333 (talk) 20:22, 13 September 2018 (UTC)
  22. Rosalina523 (talk) 19:02, 14 September 2018 (UTC)
  23. SuperSwift (talk) 02:39, 18 September 2018 (UTC)

New biographies created in September 2018[edit]

Please list your biographies under the appropriate subheadings in chronological order, most recent at the bottom. All editors should start with "First new biography".

First new biography[edit]

  1. Chile Soraya Jadué, rower, created by nat965, 1 September
  2. United States Thelma Berlack Boozer, journalist, created by Penny Richards, 1 September
  3. Republic of Ireland Mary Downing, poet and nationalist, created by Smirkybec, 1 September
  4. United States Emily Pitts Stevens, activist, educator, publisher, by Rosiestep, 1 September
  5. United Kingdom Veronica Della Dora, geographer, stub, created by PamD 2 September
  6. Colombia Nicol Camacho, footballer, stub, created by Staticshakedown, 2 September
  7. United States Elizabeth Connell (doctor), activist, educator, doctor, by Antiqueight, 3 September
  8. United Kingdom Ann Nelson (coach operator), created by Victuallers, 3 September
  9. Spain Amaia Merino, actress stub by Vami_IV (3 September)
  10. United Kingdom Alexandra Shepard, professor, created by Kangarooth, 3 September
  11. Venezuela Ana María Campos, freedom fighter, created by Kingsif, 4 September
  12. United States Maria Moreno (activist), farm worker and labor activist, created by Natalie Bueno Vasquez, 4 September
  13. Canada Hélène Pedneault, feminist writer, created by Reidgreg, moved to mainspace 3 September
  14. United Kingdom Constance Copeman, painter, created by 14GTR, 4 September
  15. Nigeria Aishatu Madawaki, former commissioner and first woman professor in Old Sokoto States, created by HandsomeBoy, 6 September
  16. ColombiaUnited States Martha Montoya, cartoonist/businesswoman, start class created by Megalibrarygirl
  17. United States Genevieve Garvan Brady, Papal duchess, start class, created by Willthacheerleader18, September 7
  18. Brazil Joana Angélica, nun and independence heroine, created by DanielGSouza, 7 September
  19. Colombia Sofía Gómez, freediver, created by Joseph2302, 8 September
  20. United Kingdom Anne Finch, Countess of Nottingham, created by Deb, 9 September
  21. Norway Marianne Heien Blystad, lawyer and businesswoman, stub class, created by Ipigott, 10 September
  22. Netherlands Annewies van Winter, art collector, start class, created by SamHolt6, 10 September
  23. United States Lisa Drew, editor, publisher, created by Auldhouse, 11 September
  24. Spain María Luisa Carcedo, politician, created by Fixer88, 11 September
  25. United States Frances W. Preston, music executive, created by MrLinkinPark333, 13 September
  26. United States Antoinette Dakin Leach, lawyer and women's rights advocate, created by Rosalina523 (talk) 19:04, 14 September 2018 (UTC)
  27. Nigeria Boma Ozobia, first woman President of Commonwealth Lawyers Association, created by SuperSwift (talk) 02:46, 18 September 2018 (UTC)
  28. Venezuela Milena Sardi de Selle, Venezuelan psychiatrist, created by Dsp13 (talk), 18 September 2018

Second new biography[edit]

  1. United States Ursula Newell Emerson, missionary, created by Penny Richards, C class, 1 September
  2. United States Mary Helen Peck Crane, activist, writer, by Rosiestep, C class, 1 September
  3. Republic of Ireland Theodosia Blachford, philanthropist and leading methodist, created by Smirkybec, 2 September
  4. Ecuador Amparo Guillén, actress, created by Vami_IV (3 September)
  5. United KingdomPatricia Birnie, maritime law expert, stub created by PamD, 3 September
  6. United States Gilda Ochoa, professor, created by Kangarooth, 4 September
  7. Venezuela Conchita Moreno, rejoneadora (female mounted bullfighter), created by Kingsif, 4/5 September
  8. Nigeria Opeyemi Oke, current chief judge of Lagos, created by Handsomeboy, 6 September
  9. United Kingdom Astrid Zydower, sculptor, created by 14GTR, 6 September
  10. Republic of Ireland Sylvia Meehan, women's rights activist, created by Antiqueight, 6 September
  11. Brazil Marcia Fu, volleyball player, created by DanielGSouza, 8 September
  12. Finland, Eva Jare, footballer, created by Joseph2302, 9 September
  13. United Kingdom, Charlotte Seymour, Duchess of Somerset, created by Deb, 9 September
  14. Colombia, Meira Delmar, Colombian 20th century poet, start class, created by Staticshakedown, 9 September
  15. Norway Tove Kvammen Midelfart, lawyer and businesswoman, stub class, created by Ipigott, 10 September
  16. Argentina América del Pilar Rodrigo, botanist, stub class, created by SamHolt6, 10 September
  17. Spain Núria Parlón, politician, created by Fixer88, 12 September
  18. United Kingdom Barbara Strang, English language expert, created by Victuallers, 14 September
  19. Australia Pippa Savage, rower, created by nat965, 16 September
  20. United States Evelynne Mess Daily, etcher and printmaker, created by Rosalina523, 14 September
  21. Venezuela Aura Celina Casanova, government minister, stub created by Dsp13, 20 September
  22. China/Canada Domee Shi, storyboard artist and director, created by MrLinkinPark333, 22 September

Third new biography[edit]

  1. United States Vera McCord, actress, start class, by Penny Richards, 3 September
  2. United States Anna Augusta Truitt, philanthropist, reformer, essayist, by Rosiestep, C class, 3 September
  3. Cuba Cecilia Caballero Navarro, judoka, stub, created by Vami_IV (3 September)
  4. Republic of Ireland Kathleen Behan, republican and folk singer, start class, created by Smirkybec, 3 September
  5. Canada Farah Alibay, NASA systems engineer, created by Kangarooth, 4th September
  6. Venezuela Andrea Fernanda Tovar, international footballer, stub, created by Kingsif, 5th September
  7. Peru María Parado de Bellido, revolutionary, stub created by PamD 5 September
  8. Nigeria Olatokunbo Olopade, first woman chief judge Ogun State, created by handsomeboy 6 September
  9. Brazil Miriam Leitão, journalist, created by DanielGSouza, 9 September
  10. Brazil Rita Segato, academic, created by Deb, 9 September
  11. Panama Rosita Liao Gonzales, folklorist, created by SamHolt6, 10 September
  12. United States Alison Cronin, animal activist, created by Antiqueight, 11 September
  13. Norway Susanne Munch Thore, lawyer and businesswoman, stub class, created by Ipigott, 11 September
  14. United Kingdom Evelyn Abelson, painter, created by 14GTR, 11 September
  15. BelgiumUnited StatesIsrael Renee Rabinowitz, created by Joseph2302, 12 September
  16. Bolivia Veronica Ormachea Gutierrez, writer and journalist, created by Fixer88, 14 September
  17. Australia Zoe Uphill, rower, created by nat965, 16 September
  18. Paraguay Line Bareiro, feminist and political scientist, created by Dsp13, 20 September
  19. United States Victoria Lederberg, Supreme Court Justice of Rhode Island, created by MrLinkinPark333, 25 September
  20. United KingdomAnnie Tomlinson, editor, created by Victuallers, 27 September
  21. Ecuador María Estefanía Dávalos y Maldonado, Ecuadorian sculptor, stub, by Staticshakedown, 29 September

Fourth new biography[edit]

  1. United States Eliza Buckley Ingalls, temperance activist, by Rosiestep, C class, 3 September
  2. Scotland Jenny Graham, by Kangarooth, 4 September
  3. France Wanda de Boncza, by Penny Richards, start class, 4 September
  4. Republic of Ireland Gertrude Gaffney, journalist, start class, created by Smirkybec, 4 September
  5. Cuba Anailis Dorvigni, judoka, stub, created by Vami_IV (5 September)
  6. Venezuela Cecilia García Arocha, academic, created by Kingsif (5 September)
  7. India Joya Chatterji, historian, stub created by PamD, 10 September
  8. United Kingdom Mary Seymour, Duchess of Somerset, created by Deb, 10 September
  9. Republic of Ireland Jennie Shanahan, republican and unionist, start class, created by Antiqueight, 11 September
  10. Netherlands Georgine Schwartze, sculptor, stub class, created by SamHolt6, 11 September
  11. Denmark Henny Magnussen, lawyer, start class, created by Ipigott, 11 September 2018
  12. United Kingdom Aileen Eagleton, painter, stub class, created by 14GTR, 12 September
  13. Nigeria Philipa Idogho, academic administrator, created by HandsomeBoy, 13 September
  14. Venezuela Joemar Guarecuco, footballer, created by Joseph2302, 15 September
  15. France Christelle Morançais, politician, created by Fixer88, 16 September
  16. Paraguay Emiliana Escalada, pharmacist, teacher, feminist and trade union leader, created by Dsp13, 21 September
  17. United States Mary Jones (rower), new by nat965, 23 September
  18. Nigeria Folasade Ogunsola, provost and DVC of Unilag, new by HandsomeBoy, 24 September

Fifth new biography[edit]

Entitles you to include {{5 new biographies:Women in Red September 2018 achievements}} on your user page.
  1. United States Julia Colman, temperance educator, activist, editor, writer, by Rosiestep, B class, 3 September
  2. Argentina Anahí Ballent, architect, stub, by Vami_IV (5 September)
  3. United Kingdom Lynn Abrams, historian, by Kangarooth 5 September
  4. Republic of Ireland Lucy Franks, president of the Irish Countrywomen's Association, start class, created by Smirkybec, 5 September
  5. Australia Xenia Borovansky, dancer, by Penny Richards, start class, 5 September
  6. United Kingdom Jemima Grey, Duchess of Kent, by Deb, 11 September
  7. United Kingdom Judith Still, professor of French and critical theory, stub by PamD, 10 September
  8. Japan Kunai-kyō, Japanese poetess, stub, created by SamHolt6, 11 September
  9. United Kingdom May Louise Greville Cooksey, painter, stub, created by 14GTR, 12 September
  10. Republic of Ireland Barbara Retz, republican, start class, created by Antiqueight, 13 September
  11. Denmark Ragnhild Fabricius Gjellerup, judge, start class, created by Ipigott, 21 September
  12. Austria Mizzi Zwerenz, singer and actress, created by Fixer88, 21 September
  13. Equatorial Guinea Olive Christelle Ngo Nyepel, footballer, created by Joseph2302, 23 September
  14. Spain Paulina Harriet, French-Spanish industrialist and philanthropist, created by Dsp13, 23 September
  15. United States Katherine McFetridge, rower, new by nat965, 23 September
  16. Nigeria Stella Ifeanyi Smith, Director of Research, Nigeria Institute of Medical Research, new by Handsomeboy, 24 September

Sixth new biography[edit]

  1. United States Anna Christy Fall, lawyer, by Rosiestep, C class, 3 September
  2. Ecuador Ana de Peralta, stub, by Vami_IV (5 September)
  3. United States Ysabel del Valle, rancho owner, by Penny Richards, C class, 6 September
  4. Republic of Ireland Josephine McNeill, Irish diplomat, start class, created by Smirkybec, 6 September
  5. United States Florence Ayscough, sinologist, by Kangarooth 7 September
  6. United Kingdom Wendy Ayres-Bennett, linguist, stub by PamD, 11 September
  7. United Kingdom Maria Beauclerk, Duchess of St Albans, by Deb, 11 September
  8. United Kingdom Ursula Edgcumbe, sculptor, created by 14GTR, 13 September
  9. Republic of Ireland Olivia Charlotte Guinness, Baroness Ardilaun, Irish aristocrat, start class, created by Antiqueight, 17 September
  10. Denmark Bodil Dybdal, judge, start class, created by Ipigott, 21 September
  11. Equatorial Guinea Constancia Mangue, First Lady, created by Fixer88, 21 September
  12. Spain Victoria Sendón de León, feminist philosopher, created by Dsp13, 23 September
  13. Cuba Cecilia Alacán, judoka, created by Joseph2302, 23 September
  14. Argentina Karina Wilvers, rower, new by nat965, 23 September

Seventh new biography[edit]

  1. United States Mary Collins Whiting, lawyer, business woman, teacher, by Rosiestep, C class, 4 September
  2. Cuba Aliuska Ojeda, judoka, stub, by Vami_IV (5 September)
  3. Serbia Zorka Todosić, actress, by Penny Richards, start class (6 September)
  4. Republic of Ireland Nesca Robb, writer, start class, created by Smirkybec, 7 September
  5. Wales Judith Elizabeth Hall, Professor and anaesthetist, by Kangarooth 8 September
  6. United Kingdom Jane Beauclerk, Duchess of St Albans, created by Deb, 12 September
  7. United Kingdom Grace English, painter, created by 14GTR, 18 September
  8. Denmark Elisa Ussing, judge, start class, created by Ipigott, 22 September
  9. Spain Ana Martínez Collado, art theorist, created by Dsp13, 23 September
  10. Australia Liane Fenwick, beach volleyball player, new by nat965, 23 September

Eighth new biography[edit]

  1. United States Emma Eliza Bower, physician, club-woman, and newspaper owner, by Rosiestep, C class, 4 September
  2. Mexico Alejandra Guerrero Rodríguez, chess master, by Vami_IV (7 September)
  3. United States Clarissa Chapman Armstrong, missionary in Hawaii, by Penny Richards, start class (7 September)
  4. United Kingdom Jane Lightfoot, professor of Greek literature, by Kangarooth 8 September
  5. Republic of Ireland Máire Ní Dhonnchadha Dhuibh, poet, stub class, created by Smirkybec, 8 September
  6. United Kingdom Amy Gordon-Lennox, Countess of March, created by Deb, 12 September
  7. United Kingdom Gladys Kathleen Bell, painter, created by 14GTR, 18 September
  8. Denmark Karen Johnsen, lawyer, start class, created by Ipigott, 23 September
  9. Australia Anita Spring, beach volleyball player, new by nat965, 23 September
  10. Egypt Mona Makram-Ebeid, academic and politician, created by Dsp13, 24 September

Ninth new biography[edit]

  1. United States Martha E. Cram Bates, writer, journalist, newspaper editor, by Rosiestep, C class, 6 September
  2. Martinique Josette Manin, member of the French National Assembly for Martinique, by Vami_IV (Start; 7 September)
  3. United States La Francis Rodgers-Rose, sociologist, by Kangarooth, 9 September
  4. Cuba Josie Pujol, violinist, by Penny Richards, start class, 9 September
  5. Republic of Ireland Emily Cordner-Pinkerton, publisher, stub class, created by Smirkybec, 10 September
  6. United Kingdom Anne Lennox, Duchess of Richmond, by Deb, 13 September
  7. United Kingdom Mary Davis (artist), artist, by 14GTR, 19 September
  8. Iceland Guðrún Erlendsdóttir, judge, stub class, created by Ipigott, 23 September
  9. Australia Katie Foulkes, rower, new by nat965, 23 September
  10. United Kingdom Blanche Henrey, botanical bibliographer, created by Dsp13, 24 September

10th new biography[edit]

Entitles you to include {{10 new biographies:Women in Red September 2018 achievements}} on your user page.
  1. United States S. Isadore Miner, journalist, by Rosiestep, B class, 7 September
  2. Ecuador Mariana Ochoa Loayza, writer and historian, created by Vami_IV (Stub; 8 September)
  3. United States Adia Harvey Wingfield, sociologist, created by Kangarooth, 10 September
  4. Mexico Ada Navarrete, opera singer, created by Penny Richards, stub class, 11 September
  5. Republic of Ireland Lucy Cane, public servant, stub class, created by Smirkybec, 11 September
  6. United Kingdom Joan Stafford-King-Harman, MI6 officer, created by Deb, 13 September
  7. Scotland Isobelle Ann Dods-Withers, artist, created by 14GTR, stub, 21 September
  8. Australia Kyeema Doyle, rower, new by nat965, 23 September
  9. Saudi Arabia Weam Al Dakheel, journalist, created by Ipigott, start class, 24 September 2018
  10. United Kingdom P. M. Handover, writer on typography, created by Dsp13, 24 September
  11. Iceland Hjördís Björk Hákonardóttir, lawyer, created by Ipigott, stub class, 28 September

11th new biography[edit]

  1. United States Ethlyn T. Clough, publisher, by Rosiestep, C class, 8 September
  2. Ecuador Rosa Amelia Alvarado, magazine owner, by Vami_IV (Stub; 11 September)
  3. Australia Cora Baldock, Sociologist, by Kangarooth 11 September
  4. Republic of Ireland Molly Barton, artist, start class, created by Smirkybec, 12 September
  5. Argentina Eva Limiñana, filmmaker, created by Penny Richards, start class, 12 September
  6. United Kingdom Sarah Greville, Countess of Warwick, created by Deb, 14 September
  7. Australia Rachael Kininmonth, rower, new by nat965, 23 September
  8. United States Ora Williams, bibliographer, created by Dsp13, 24 September
  9. United Kingdom Lily Delissa Joseph, painter, created by 14GTR, 25 September
  10. United Kingdom Janet Bathgate, writer, start class, created by Ipigott, 30 September

12th new biography[edit]

  1. United States Emma L. Shaw, editor, by Rosiestep, C class, 8 September
  2. Republic of Ireland Kathleen Cruise O'Brien, suffragist, Irish language advocate, and teacher, start class, created by Smirkybec, 13 September
  3. United KingdomLouise Campbell, Duchess of Argyll, created by Deb, 15 September
  4. Spain Clarita Vidal, actress/WWI nurse, created by Penny Richards, start class, 15 September
  5. Ecuador Sandra Naranjo, politician, created by Vami_IV (Start-class; 19 September)
  6. United States Mrs. Edward Knight, English-born comic actress, created by Dsp13, 24 September
  7. United Kingdom Mary McEvoy (artist), created by 14GTR, 26 September
  8. United Kingdom Daisy Hay, Professor of Literature, created by Kangarooth, 26 September

13th new biography[edit]

  1. United States Estelle M. H. Merrill, journalist, editor, by Rosiestep, C class, 8 September
  2. Republic of Ireland Anna Maria Ball, philanthropist, start class, created by Smirkybec, 14 September
  3. United Kingdom Joan, Lady Campbell, created by Deb, 15 September
  4. United States Sybil Moseley Bingham, missionary in Hawaii, created by Penny Richards, start class, 17 September
  5. Ecuador Mae Montaño, politician, created by Vami_IV (Start-class, 20 September)
  6. Germany Leonie Zuntz, Hittitologist, created by Dsp13, 24 September
  7. United Kingdom Edith Edmonds, painter, created by 14GTR, stub class, 27 September
  8. ChinaUnited States Esther Ngan-ling Chow, sociologist, created by Kangarooth 28 September

14th new biography[edit]

  1. United States Annie Stevens Perkins, writer, editor, by Rosiestep, C class, 9 September
  2. Republic of Ireland Dorothea Conyers, novelist, start class, created by Smirkybec, 15 September
  3. United Kingdom Elizabeth Hamilton, Duchess of Hamilton, created by Deb, 16 September
  4. Spain Manuela Budrow, singer, created by Penny Richards, start class, 18 September
  5. Ecuador Elizabeth Cabezas, President of the National Assembly of Ecuador, created by Vami_IV (Start; 20 September)
  6. Tanzania Muriel Pelham-Johnson, educational administrator, created by Dsp13, 25 September
  7. United Kingdom May de Montravel Edwardes, painter, stub, created by 14GTR, 28 September

15th new biography[edit]

  1. United States Grace Carew Sheldon, writer, businesswoman, by Rosiestep, C class, 11 September
  2. United Kingdom Isabella Percy, Countess of Beverley, created by Deb, 16 September
  3. Republic of Ireland Letitia Overend, philanthropist and motor enthusiast, start class, created by Smirkybec, 16 September
  4. United States Margarita Spalding Gerry, writer, created by Penny Richards, start class, 19 September
  5. South Africa Ursula Barnett, literary agent, scholar and activist, created by Dsp13, 25 September

16th new biography[edit]

  1. United States Marie Robinson Wright, journalist, by Rosiestep, C class, 12 September
  2. United Kingdom Frances Percy, Duchess of Northumberland, by Deb, 17 September
  3. Republic of Ireland Sheila Murphy (diplomat), diplomat, start class, created by Smirkybec, 17 September
  4. United States Jennie W. Erickson, probation officer, school superintendent, C class, created by Penny Richards, 21 September
  5. Kenya Miriam Janisch, educational administrator, created by Dsp13, 25 September

17th new biography[edit]

  1. United States Rowena Granice Steele, performer, editor, publisher, author, by Rosiestep, C class, 13 September
  2. United Kingdom Charlotte Ashburnham, Countess of Ashburnham, by Deb, 18 September
  3. Republic of Ireland Naomi Overend, philanthropist and motor enthusiast, start class, created by Smirkybec, 18 September
  4. United States Juliette Montague Cooke, missionary teacher, by Penny Richards, start class, 24 September
  5. South Africa Hilary Claire, English-South African activist and educationalist. 25 September

18th new biography[edit]

  1. United Kingdom Isabella Cecil, Marchioness of Exeter, created by Deb, 19 September 2018
  2. Republic of Ireland Mary Barry O'Delaney, journalist and nationalist, start class, created by Smirkybec, 19 September
  3. United States Dorothea Rhodes Lummis Moore, physician, by Rosiestep, B class, 20 September
  4. Russia Vera Bulich, writer, by Dsp13, 26 September
  5. United States Pauline Perlmutter Steinem, suffragist, by Penny Richards, start class, 27 September

19th new biography[edit]

  1. United Kingdom Sarah Cecil, Countess of Exeter, created by Deb, 20 September
  2. Republic of Ireland Deirdre O'Connor (architect), architect, start class, created by Smirkybec, 20 September
  3. United States Jeannette Walworth, novelist, created by Rosiestep, C class, 21 September
  4. Germany Gertrud Kantorowicz, art historian and poet, created by Dsp13, 26 September
  5. United States Susanne Steinem Patch, gemologist and lawyer, created by Penny Richards, 28 September

20th new biography[edit]

Entitles you to include {{20 new biographies:Women in Red September 2018 achievements}} on your user page.
  1. United Kingdom Elizabeth Pakenham, 1st Countess of Longford, created (from redirect) by Deb, 21 September
  2. Republic of Ireland Margaret Barrington, writer and journalist, start class, created by Smirkybec, 21 September
  3. Spain Umm Assa'd bint Isam al-Himyari, Arab poet from the Andalus period, created by Dsp13, 26 September
  4. United States Amanda Ruter Dufour, poet, created by Rosiestep, C class, 26 September

21st new biography[edit]

  1. Republic of Ireland Kathleen Quigly, stained glass artist, illustrator, and painter, start class, created by Smirkybec, 22 September
  2. United Kingdom Mary Campbell, Countess of Argyll, created by Deb, 23 September
  3. Qatar Zakiya Mal Allah, poet, created by Dsp13, 26 September
  4. United States Kate Stone, diarist, created by Rosiestep, C class, 27 September

22nd new biography[edit]

  1. Republic of Ireland Emily de Burgh Daly, nurse, writer, and traveller, start class, created by Smirkybec, 23 September
  2. United Kingdom Dorothy Ashley-Cooper, Countess of Shaftesbury, created by Deb, 24 September
  3. Japan Ben no Naishi, poet and memoirist, created by Dsp13, 26 September
  4. United States Bella French Swisher, writer, by Rosiestep, C class, 29 September

23rd new biography[edit]

  1. Republic of Ireland Catherine Drew, journalist and writer, start class, created by Smirkybec, 24 September
  2. United Kingdom Anne Manners, Lady Roos, created by Deb, 25 September
  3. Poland Ludwika Karpińska, psychologist, created by Dsp13, 27 September
  4. United States Belle Hunt Shortridge, author, created by Rosiestep, C class, 30 September

24th new biography[edit]

  1. Republic of Ireland Mary Pollard, librarian, start class, created by Smirkybec, 25 September
  2. United Kingdom Elizabeth Noel, Viscountess Campden, created by Deb, 26 September
  3. United Kingdom Elsie Zimmern, women's activist, created by Dsp13, 30 September

25th new biography[edit]

  1. Republic of Ireland Isabella Charlotte de Rohan-Chabot, aristocrat and diarist, start class, created by Smirkybec, 26 September
  2. United Kingdom Mary Stopford, Countess of Courtown (died 1823), created by Deb, 27 September

26th new biography[edit]

  1. Republic of Ireland Jane Mitchel, nationalist, start class, created by Smirkybec, 27 September
  2. United Kingdom Catherine Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire, created by Deb, 28 September

27th new biography[edit]

  1. Republic of Ireland Betty Chancellor, actress, start class, created by Smirkybec, 28 September

28th new biography[edit]

  1. Republic of Ireland Barbara Fitzgerald, novelist, start class, created by Smirkybec, 29 September

29th new biography[edit]

  1. Republic of Ireland Mary Ann Hutton, Irish language scholar and writer, start class, created by Smirkybec, 30 September

30th new biography[edit]

31st new biography[edit]

32nd new biography[edit]

33rd new biography[edit]

Problems encountered[edit]

Please use this article's talk page for any problems you experience or any queries you may have. Special attention will be given to assisting editors who have recently joined Wikipedia. Just let us know how we can help you along.