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Michigan Women's Hall of Fame

Betty Ford, First Lady of the United States and Michigan Women's Hall of Fame inductee

The Michigan Women's Hall of Fame (MWHOF) honors distinguished women, both historical and contemporary, who have been associated with the U.S. state of Michigan. The hall of fame was founded in 1983 by Gladys Beckwith and is sponsored by the Michigan Women's Studies Association.[1] The formation of the Association and the Hall was prompted by five professors from Michigan State University, who were teaching a Women in American Society course.[2]

Nominations to the hall of fame are accepted from the public and are open to women who rose to prominence or were born in Michigan, as well as those who have lived in the state for an extended period. A screening committee ranks the nominations by merit and a second committee makes the final determination, generally selecting eight to ten women annually for induction. Inductees are honored at a ceremony and dinner in October and are presented with a bronze Lifetime Achievement Award.[3] As of 2013, the Hall of Fame contains over 275 inductees.[4]

The MWHOF is housed in the Cooley-Haze House, built in 1903 and located at 213 W. Malcolm X St. (formerly W. Main Street), directly south of downtown Lansing, Michigan. The museum is surrounded by Cooley Gardens. It contains a resource library, as well as exhibit galleries dedicated to preserving and presenting Michigan women's history and art. The house was opened to the public on June 10, 1987. The Center also contains the Belen Gallery, which features art from Michigan women.[1]

Hall of Fame honorees

Michigan Women's Hall of Fame
Name Image Birth–death Year Area of achievement Ref(s)
Agatha Biddle (1797–1873) 2018 Odawa fur trader [5]
Mona Hanna-Attisha Mona2x.jpg 2018 Pediatrician whose research exposed the dangerous levels of lead in the water of Flint, Michigan. [6]
Clara Stanton Jones Clara Stanton Jones.jpg (1913–2012) 2018 First African-American president of the American Library Association [7]
Angela K. Wilson 2018 Chemistry Division Director of the National Science Foundation [8]
Kym L. Worthy 2018 Civil rights, law enforcement [9]
American Legion NUWARINE Post 535 2017 Michigan's last remaining all-female American Legion post [10]
Ella Mae Backus (1863–1938) 2017 First woman in Michigan to become an Assistant U.S. Attorney [11]
Clara Bryant Ford (1866–1950) 2017 Wife of Henry Ford, created and funded programs benefiting women [12]
Lizette Denison Forth (c1790–1866) 2017 Philanthropist, former slave [13]
Mary Kay Henry (b. 1958) 2017 President of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) [14]
Verna Grahek Mize (1913–2013) 2017 Environmentalist whose legal battles ended dumping of mining waste into Lake Superior [15]
Bernice Morton 2017 Developed Affirmative Action program at Wayne State University; helped develop the first Model Cities Comprehensive Health Care Center in the U.S. [16]
Rosie the Riveter 2017 WWII cultural icon who appeared on numerous posters showing women at work in the war service industries [17]
Rosemary C. Sarri 2017 Social worker who was instrumental in the passage of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act [18]
Elizabeth Wetzel 2017 First female Design Director for General Motors [19]
Elizabeth Sparks Adams (1911–2007) 2016 Government, history, women's rights [20]
Anan Ameri (b. 1944) 2016 Art, history, community service, writing [21]
Daisy Elliott (1917–2015) 2016 Government, Civil Rights [22]
Faith Fowler (b. 1959) 2016 Religion, women's rights, community service, civil rights [23]
Evelyn Golden (1913–2005) 2016 Medicine, community service [24]
Olivia Letts (b. 1928) 2016 Education, civil rights, community service [25]
Mary Free Bed Guild 2016 Charity organization begun by women in 1891 to provide medical care to those who cannot otherwise afford it [26]
Diana Ross Diana Ross (1981).jpg (b. 1944) 2016 Music [27]
Lou Anna Kimsey Simon (b. 1947) 2016 Education, women's rights [28]
Charlotte Wilson (1854–1914) 2016 Art, civil rights, education, suffrage, women's rights [29]
Jocelyn Benson (b. 1977) 2015 Dean of the Wayne State University Law School [30]
Maxine Berman (b. 1946) 2015 Former member of Michigan House of Representatives; political consultant [31]
Sue Carter (b. 1950) 2015 Episcopalian minister, television and radio journalist [32]
Janet C. Cooper (1931–2002) 2015 Civil rights, education, government, law [33]
Mabel White Holmes (1890–1977) 2015 Invented Jiffy mix [34]
Candice Miller Candice Miller, official portrait, 112th Congress.jpg (b. 1954) 2015 United States House of Representatives [35]
Esther K. Shapiro (b. 1917) 2015 First director of Detroit's Consumer Affairs Department [36]
Maggie Walz (1861–1927) 2015 Finnish immigrant who used her subsequent education and business expertise to establish a Finnish colony in Drummond Township [37]
Myra Wolfgang (1914 –1976) 2015 Labor leader, women's rights activist [38]
Linda M. Woods (b. 1943) 2015 Native American Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, United States Air Force veteran of the Vietnam War, social worker [39]
Elizabeth Lehman Belen (1886–1975) 2014 Politics; second woman elected to the Michigan House of Representatives; first woman and Democrat elected from Lansing [40]
MaryLee Davis (b. 1943) 2014 Michigan State University administrator and professor [41]
Jeanne Findlater (b. 1928) 2014 General manager of WXYZ-TV/Detroit and vice president of ABC Television [42]
Dorothy A. Johnson (b. 1940) 2014 President Emeritus of the Council of Michigan Foundations; Johnson Center for Philanthropy [43]
Julie Krone Julie Krone riding Halfbridled at 2003 Breeders' cup.jpg (b. 1963) 2014 Thoroughbred jockey Julie Krone is the only woman to ride the winner of a Triple Crown event (the 1993 Belmont Stakes), the first woman to win a Breeders’ Cup event (2003 Juvenile Fillies), and the first woman to win a million-dollar event (2003 Pacific Classic). [44]
Mary Carmelita Manning (1888–1962) 2014 Sister of Mercy order; opened the first Central School of Nursing in Michigan (the second in the country) [45]
Barbara Roberts Mason (b. 1940) 2014 Politics; State Board of Education; seconded the nomination of vice presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro [46]
Marylou Olivarez Mason 2014 Hispanic rights; first Hispanic woman on the Lansing Community College Board of Trustees [47]
Andra M. Rush (b. 1960 2014 Business; former chairwoman and CEO of the Rush Group Family of Companies; founded the largest Native American-owned business in the United States. [48]
Mary Ellen Sheets (b. 1940) 2014 Founder of Two Men and a Truck moving company [49]
Lucille Farrier Stickel Portrait of Lucille Farrier Stickel.jpg (1915–2007) 2014 Environmentalist; first woman to direct a major Federal laboratory [50]
Elizabeth W. Bauer (b. 1937) 2013 Advocate for the rights of people with disabilities [51]
Judith Levin Cantor (b. 1928) 2013 Jewish historian, author, archivist, and exhibit curator [52]
Con-Con Eleven 2013 The 11 women delegates at the 1961–1962 Michigan Constitutional Convention: Vera Andrus, Ruth Gibson Butler, Anne M. Conklin, Katherine Moore Cushman, Ann Elizabeth Donnelly, Daisy Elizabeth Elliott, Adelaide Julia Hart, Lillian Hatcher, Dorothy Leonard Judd, Ella Demmink Koeze, and Marjorie Frances McGowan [53]
Paula Cunningham (b. 1949) 2013 First female president of Lansing Community College [54]
Elizabeth Eaglesfield (1853–1940) 2013 Businesswoman and one of the first female steamship captains on Lake Michigan [55]
Joan Jackson Johnson (b. 1948) 2013 Advocate for the poor, homeless, and mentally ill [56]
Gladys McKenney (b. 1928) 2013 Educator and advocate for women's rights [57]
Harriet Quimby Harriet Quimby 054.png (1875–1912) 2013 Early American aviator and movie screenwriter [58]
Marina von Neumann Whitman (b. 1935–) 2013 Vice president of Public Affairs at General Motors [59]
L. Anna Ballard (1848–1934) 2012 Medicine; Lansing’s first female medical doctor. [60]
Gladys Beckwith (b. 1929) 2012 Women's studies [61]
Patricia Caruso (b. 1954) 2012 First woman director of the Michigan Department of Corrections [62]
Mary Jane Dockeray (b. 1927) 2012 Environment [63]
Eva McCall Hamilton Eva McCall Hamilton portrait1.jpg (1871–1948) 2012 First woman elected to the Michigan Legislature in 1920 [64]
Judith Karandjeff (b. 1944) 2012 Women's rights [65]
Les Meres et Debutantes Club of Greater Lansing 2012 Formed in 1962 by African American mothers, to mentor and fund young African American women debutantes [66]
Mary E. McCoy (1846–1923) 2012 Women's rights and African-American rights [67]
Serena Williams Serena Williams Madrid 2014.jpg (b. 1981) 2012 Tennis; youngest inductee [68]
Lois A. Bader (b. 1935) 2011 Education [69]
Jumana Judeh (b. 1959) 2011 First vice chair of the Arab American Chamber of Commerce [70]
Marilyn Kelly (b. 1938) 2011 67th Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court [71]
Valeria Lipczynski (1846–1930) 2011 Community service [72]
Edelmira Lopez (1922–2017) 2011 First female president of the Lansing Mexican Patriotic Committee, and president of the Hispanic Cultural Center [73]
Kary Moss (b. 1958) 2011 Civil rights, law, women's rights [74]
Rose Mary Robinson (b. 1939) 2011 Law, politics [75]
Tricia Saunders (b. 1966) 2011 USA Wrestling Women's Wrestler of the Year twice and the U.S. Olympic Committee Women's Wrestler of the Year three times. [76]
Mary Aikey (1928–2013) 2010 Community service, education, women's rights [77]
Laura Carter Callow (b. 1927) 2010 Women's rights [78]
Augusta Jane Chapin Augusta Jane Chapin.jpg (1836–1905) 2010 American Universalist minister, educator and activist for women's rights. [79]
Sandra Laser Draggoo (b. 1940) 2010 Executive director of Capitol Area Transport Authority [80]
Annie Etheridge (1840–1913) 2010 Civil War nurse [81]
Sherrill Freeborough (b. 1947) 2010 Business [82]
Dorean Marguerite Hurley Koenig (b. 1934) 2010 Education, law [83]
Terry McMillan Terry McMillan at the 2008 Brooklyn Book Festival.jpg (b. 1951) 2010 Writer [84]
Edith Munger (1865–1945) 2010 Environment, bird conservationist [85]
Cynthia J. Pasky (b. 1959) 2010 Strategic Staffing Solutions [86]
Grace Lee Boggs Grace Lee Boggs 2012.jpg (1915–2015) 2009 Civil rights [87]
Margaret Chandler (1929–1997) 2009 Native American rights [88]
Ruth Ellis (1899–2000) 2009 Business, gay rights [89]
Edna Ferber Edna Ferber.jpg 1885–1968) 2009 Pulitzer Prize winning author whose works were adapted to movies and stage productions [90]
Glenda Lappan (b. 1939) 2009 Education [91]
Kay Givens McGowan (b. 1942) 2009 Native American rights, women's rights [92]
Elizabeth Phillips (b. 1937) 2009 Education [93]
Jessica Rickert (b. 1950) 2009 Dentistry, Native American rights [94]
Betty Tableman (b. 1922) 2009 Mental health [95]
Marlo Thomas (b. 1937) 2009 Community service, entertainment, women's rights [96]
Carol Atkins (1923–2013) 2008 Women's rights, writing [97]
Patricia Cuza (b. 1936) 2008 First executive director chosen by the Michigan Women's Commission [98]
Carol King (b. 1948) 2008 Film maker. Served as an aide to Maryann Mahaffey and to US Congressman John Conyers [99]
Vicki Neiberg (b. 1940) 2008 Founding member of Michigan Women's Political Caucus [100]
Jane Johnston Schoolcraft (1800–1842) 2008 First known Native American writer, granddaughter of Ojibwe chief Waubojeeg [101]
Leta Snow (1880–1980) 2008 Founded the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra, president of the Kalamazoo Musical Society [102]
Sister Mary Francilene Van de Vyver (1941–2001) 2008 President Madonna University [103]
Mary Brown (b. 1935) 2007 Michigan State House of Representatives [104]
Gertrude Buck (1871–1922) 2007 Education [105]
Emma Cole (1845–1910) 2007 Environmentalist [106]
Haifa Fakhouri 2007 Founder, president, and CEO of the Arab American and Chaldean Council [107]
Carolyn Geisel (1862–1932) 2007 Health care, lecturer for the Battle Creek Sanitarium [108]
Jane Briggs Hart (1922–2015) 2007 Aviator, women's rights. Tested for fitness to enter NASA’s astronaut training program, submitting to the same physical and psychological tests administered to the Mercury 7 astronauts. [109]
Abigail Rogers (1818–1869) 2007 Education, women's rights [110]
Kathleen Wilbur (b. 1953) 2007 Michigan State University trustee, president Central Michigan University [111]
Woman's Hospital Association (Charter Members) 2007 114 women who signed a charter in 1896 to establish the Woman's Hospital Association [112]
Martha Strickland Clark Martha Strickland Clark.png (1853–1935) 2006 First woman to argue a case before the Michigan Supreme Court. Orator on women's suffrage, temperance, and finance [113]
Mary Esther Daddazio (1924–2015) 2006 Women's rights [114]
Margery Feliksa (1925–2001) 2006 Community service [115]
Nancy Hammond (b. 1937) 2006 Government, women's rights [116]
Viola Liuzzo (1925–1965) 2006 Civil Rights Activist [117]
Marge Piercy (b. 1936) 2006 Essayist, novelist, poet [118]
Dora Hall Stockman (1872–1948) 2006 Michigan House of Representatives [119]
Helen Hornbeck Tanner (1916–2011) 2006 History, Native American rights, senior research fellow at the Newberry Library in Chicago [120]
Margaret Chiara (b. 1943) 2005 United States Attorney - Western District of Michigan [121]
Eva Lois Evans (b. 1935) 2005 President of the Lansing Community College Foundation [122]
Georgia Lewis Johnson (b. 1930) 2005 Medicine, health care [123]
Lida Holmes Mattman (1912–2008) 2005 Math, science, medicine, health care
Olivia Maynard (b. 1936) 2005 First woman to chair the Michigan Democratic Party [124]
Debbie Stabenow Debbie Stabenow, official portrait 2.jpg (b. 1950) 2005 United States Senator [125]
Caroline Thrun (1897–1983) 2005 Assistant Attorney General for Michigan; drafted the 1979 Michigan School Code [126]
Margaret Sellers Walker (b. 1935) 2005 First African American to head a division of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources [127]
Elizabeth Weaver (1941–2015) 2005 98th Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court in 1995, named Chief Justice of the Court in 1999 [128]
Cynthia Yao (b. 1940) 2005 Executive director of Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum [129]
Geraldine Bledsoe Ford (1926–2003) 2004 First black woman in the United States to be elected to a judgeship [130]
Jennifer Mulhern Granholm Jennifer Granholm 5.jpg (b. 1959) 2004 47th Governor of Michigan [131]
Lystra Gretter (1858–1951) 2004 Director of the Detroit Visiting Nurses Association [132]
Florine Mark 2004 President and Chief Executive Officer of The WW Group, Inc. [133]
Cathy McClelland (b. 1954) 2004 Founder, president, and CEO of the Detroit Entrepreneurship Institute [134]
Constance Mayfield Rourke (1885–1941) 2004 Author specializing in notable American figures and American history [135]
Mary Agnes Blair (1909–1982) 2003 Advocate for deaf and hearing-impaired children, and special education programs [136]
Verne Burbridge (1896–2005) 2003 Community service [137]
Nellie Cuellar (1899–1987) 2003 Patricipant in the Selma to Montgomery marches; co-chair of the southwest Detroit United Citizens [138]
Alice Scanlan Kocel (1920–2017) 2003 Michigan Department of Civil Rights, Liaison to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission [139]
Joyce Lewis Kornbluh (b. 1928) 2003 Educator, activist, and advocate for improving lives of working-class individuals [140]
Eliza Seaman Leggett (1815–1900) 2003 Abolition, suffrage, women's rights [141]
Ida Lippman (1893–1980) 2003 Law enforcement [142]
Marion Weyant Ruth (1918–2004) 2003 Pioneering aviator [143]
Bernice Steadman (1925–2015) 2003 Mercury 13 astronaut [144]
Pamela Withrow (b. 1948) 2003 Law enforcement, first woman warden of a male correctional institution in Michigan. [145]
Ruth Zweifler (b. 1930) 2003 Founder of the Student Advocacy Center of Michigan [146]
Hortense Canady (1927–2010) 2002 Governor's Committee on the Status of Women, Michigan Women's Commission [147]
Julia Wheelock Freeman (1833–1900) 2002 Civil War nurse with the Michigan Soldiers Relief Association [148]
Lillian Mellen Genser (1920–2006) 2002 Peace movement, conflict resolution [149]
May Stocking Knaggs (1847–1917) 2002 Suffrage [150]
Naomi Long Madgett (b. 1923) 2002 Poet and English professor emeritus of English at Eastern Michigan University [151]
Lucille Hanna McCollough (1905–1996) 2002 Politics [152]
Lana Pollack (b. 1942) 2002 Politics [153]
Martha Louise Rayne Martha Louise Rayne.JPG (1836–1911) 2002 Journalism [154]
Muriel Dorothy Ross (b. 1927) 2002 Math, science [155]
Cora Reynolds Anderson (1882–1950) 2001 The first woman, and the first Native American, to serve in the Michigan House of Representatives [156]
Lucile Belen (1912–2010) 2001 Politics [157]
Theresa Maxis Duchemin (1810–1892) 2001 Missionary [158]
Aretha Franklin Aretha Franklin.png (1942–2018) 2001 Entertainment [159]
Francie Kraker Goodridge (b. 1947) 2001 Track and field athletic coach [160]
Marian Bayoff Ilitch (b. 1933) 2001 Co-founder of Little Caesars Pizza, owner of Detroit Red Wings, MotorCity Casino Hotel [161]
Mary Ellen Riordan (1920–2010) 2001 President Emerita of the Detroit Federation of Teachers, Local 231, AFL-CIO, [162]
Josephine Stern Weiner (1912–2000) 2001 Community service [163]
Loney Gordon (1915–1999) 2000 Helped develop the vaccine against Whooping Cough [164]
Katherine G. Heideman (1910–2003) 2000 Education [165]
Dauris Gwendolyn Jackson (1933–1979) 2000 Civil rights, education [166]
Cornelia Groefsema Kennedy (1923–2014) 2000 Judge, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan [167]
Marjorie J. Lansing (1916–1998) 2000 Education, women's rights [168]
Chuan-Pu Lee (1931–2016) 2000 Math, science [169]
Marilyn Fisher Lundy (1925–2014) 2000 Education [170]
Katharine Dexter McCormick National Women's Suffrage Association.jpg (1875–1967) 2000 Philanthropist, women's rights [171]
Kathleen N. Straus (b. 1923) 2000 Civil rights [172]
Clarissa M. Young (1922–1979) 2000 Law enforcement [173]
Patricia Beeman (1925–1996) 1999 Civil rights [174]
Olympia Brown Olympia Brown.jpg (1835–1926) 1999 Religion, suffrage [175]
Doris DeDeckere (1926–2010) 1999 Philanthropist, labor volunteerism [176]
Margaret Drake Elliott (1904–1999) 1999 Environment [177]
Elizabeth Homer (b. 1943) 1999 Women's rights [178]
Eleonore Hutzel (1885–1979) 1999 Medicine, health care [179]
Ella Eaton Kellogg (1853–1920) 1999 Philanthropist, nutrition, pioneer of dietetics [180]
Emily Burton Ketcham (1838–1907) 1999 Suffrage [181]
Ardeth Platte (b. 1936) 1999 Peace movement, conflict resolution [182]
Connie Binsfeld (1924–2014) 1998 60th Lieutenant Governor of Michigan [183]
Hilda Patricia Curran (b. 1938) 1998 Director of Office of Women and Work, founding member of Women in State Government, a founding trustee of the Michigan Women's Foundation [184]
Marie Dye (1891–1974) 1998 Michigan State University professor who instituted many programs focused on home, the environment and nutrition [185]
Eleanor M. Josaitis (1931–2011) 1998 Co-founder of Focus: HOPE [186]
Dorrie Ellen Rosenblatt (b. 1948) 1998 Gerontology [187]
Ella Merriman Sharp (1857–1912) 1998 Chair Michigan Federation's Forestry Committee. Chair of the Civic Improvement Committee of the Federation of Women's Clubs. [188]
Martha Jean Steinberg (1927–2000) 1998 Black Radio Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, R&B disc jockey, station owner. Ordained minister who founded the Home of Love church. [189]
Ruth Thompson Ruth Thompson.jpg (1887–1970) 1998 United States House of Representatives [190]
Lily Tomlin LilyTomlinSept2011.jpg (b. 1939) 1998 Entertainment [191]
Ellen Burstyn Ellen Burstyn at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival.jpg (b. 1932) 1997 Entertainment [192]
Marion Corwell-Shertzer (1931–2016) 1997 President of American Women in Radio and Television, Inc.; founded the Metropolitan Detroit Chapter, National School Public Relations Association [193]
Four Sisters of Charity 1997 Social work [194]
Della McGraw Goodwin (b. 1931) 1997 Founding chairperson of the National Center for the Advancement of Blacks in the Health Professions (NCABHP) [195]
Alice Hamilton Alice Hamilton1.jpg (1869–1970) 1997 Physician, research scientist, and author [196]
Nancy Harkness Love Love 1 350.jpg (1914–1976) 1997 Director of the WW II Women's Auxiliary Ferry Squadron [197]
Maryann Mahaffey Maryann Mahaffey speaking at 50th anniversary for Henry Messer and Carl House.jpg (1925–2006) 1997 President of Detroit City Council 1990–1998, champion of human rights [198]
Sharon E. Sutton (b. 1941) 1997 Architect, Professor Emeritus at College of Built Environments [199]
Matilda Dodge Wilson (1883–1967) 1997 43rd Lieutenant Governors of Michigan, philanthropist [200]
Anna Clemenc Annie Clemenc.jpg (1888–1956) 1996 Labor activist [201]
Waunetta McClellan Dominic (1921–1981) 1996 Odawa rights activist who spent her career advocating for the United States government to adhere to its treaty obligations to Native Americans. [202]
Margaret Muth Laurence (1916–1996) 1996 Trademark and copyright attorney [203]
Claudia House Morcom (1932–2014) 1996 Founding director of Wayne County Neighborhood Legal Services [204]
Betsy Graves Reyneau (1888–1964) 1996 Portrait artist, focusing on African Americans [205]
Carrie Frazier Rogers-Brown (b. 1948) 1996 Medicine, health care [206]
Shirley E. Schwartz (b. 1935) 1996 Chemist and senior staff research scientist at General Motors Corporation [207]
Joan Luedders Wolfe (b. 1929) 1996 Founder of the West Michigan Environmental Action Council. Member of the Michigan Natural Resources Commission, and the Governor's Advisory Committee on Electric Energy Alternatives and the first Natural Resources Trust Fund Board. [208]
Yolanda Alvarado-Ortega (b. 1943) 1995 Hispanic civil rights. Editor of El Renacimiento. Reporter for the Lansing State Journal. [209]
Irene Auberlin (1896–1999) 1995 Founder of World Medical Relief [210]
Hilda R. Gage (1939–2010) 1995 First female Chief Judge of Michigan’s Oakland County Circuit Court [211]
Lucia Voorhees Grimes (1877–1978) 1995 Founded the Wayne County Republican Women's Club, and devoted her life's work to women's suffrage [212]
R. Louise Grooms (1902–1984) 1995 Founder of the Detroit Institute of Commerce with her own money, to train African American youiths with skills to enter the workplace [213]
Odessa Komer (1925–2004) 1995 Labor leader, Vice President of the United Automobile Workers (UAW) International Executive Board 1974–1992 [214]
Laura Freele Osborn (1866–1955) 1995 The first woman to hold elective office in Detroit when elected to the school board in 1917 [215]
Jacquelin E. Washington (b. 1931) 1995 First African American woman to serve as executive director of the Planned Parenthood League of Southwest Michigan. Co-founder of the Sojourner Foundation [216]
Marie-Therese Guyon Cadillac (1671–1746) 1994 Business, physician; the first white woman to cross the Iroquois Territory [217]
Ruth Carlton (1911–2001) 1994 The Detroit News columnist whose work focused on adoption of hard-to-place children, resulting in government regulations. [218]
Flossie Cohen (1925–2004) 1994 Professor Emeritus at Wayne State University, founded the pediatric HIV Clinic at Children's Hospital [219]
Bertha A. Daubendiek (1916–2005) 1994 Environment, advocate of natural sanctuaries. Founder of the Michigan Nature Association. [220]
Genora Johnson Dollinger (1913–1995) 1994 Labor leader who organized the Women's Auxiliary and the Women's Emergency Brigade sit-down strike against General Motors. Memorialized in the documentary With Babies and Banners: Story of the Women's Emergency Brigade. [221]
Flora Hommel (1928–2015) 1994 Founder of Childbirth Without Pain Education Association, peace activist, advocate of universal single-payer health care [222]
Sarah Van Hoosen Jones (1892–1972) 1994 First woman in the United States to earn a Doctorate in Animal Genetics. Trustee of Michigan State University. Founding member of the Oakland University Board of Trustees [223]
Aleda E. Lutz (1915–1944) 1994 W W II U. S. Army flight nurse, died in a plane crash in Lyons, France. Posthumously awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross. Aleda E. Lutz VA Medical Center in Saganaw honors her service. [224]
Helen Walker McAndrew (1826–1906) 1994 Washtenaw County's first woman physician [225]
Edith Vosburgh Alvord (1875–1962) 1993 Volunteerism, women's suffrage [226]
Catherine Carter Blackwell (1919–2014) 1993 Pioneered African-American studies in Detroit schools [227]
Jean W. Campbell (b. 1918) 1993 Helped found the Center for Education of Women at the University of Michigan [228]
Katherine Hill Campbell (1868–1942) 1993 Activist for prison reform [229]
Lenna Frances Cooper (1875–1961) 1993 Co-founder of the American Dietetic Association (ADA) in 1917; first dietician in the United States Army [230]
Roberta A. Griffith (1870–1941) 1993 Helped to establish American Association of Workers for the Blind, and created a 6-volume Braille dictionary [231]
Bina West Miller (1867–1954) 1993 Founder of Women's Benefit Association, a nonprofit, dues-paying organization exclusively for women, pioneering life insurance for women [232]
Jeanne Omelenchuk (1931–2008) 1993 Olympic speed skater [233]
Sippie Wallace (1898–1986) 1993 Musical entertainer [234]
Edna Noble White (1879–1954) 1993 Founding director of the Merrill-Palmer Institute, childhood development advisor to the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration and to the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research [235]
Irene Clark Woodman (1905–1994) 1993 Military [236]
Cora Mae Brown (1914–1972) 1992 Legislative work, criminal law, and women's rights [237]
Mary Lou Butcher (b. 1943) 1992 Journalism [238]
Sarah Emma Edmonds Sarah Edmonds lg sepia.jpg (1841–1898) 1992 Served with the Union troops during the Civil War, passing herself off as a man [239]
Violet Temple Lewis (1899–1968) 1992 Improving the status of women through education and job skills [240]
Luise Ruth Leismer Mahon (1926–1975) 1992 Journalism [241]
Gilda Radner Gilda Radner - 1980.jpg (1946–1989) 1992 Entertainer [242]
Martha Romayne Seger (b. 1932) 1992 Financial Economist and Former Governor of the Federal Reserve System in Washington, D.C. [243]
Ann M. Shafer (1916–1991) 1992 Became a union leader while working at Kellogg's in Battle Creek. Co-founder of the Coalition of Labor Union Women. Founded the Kalamazoo and Battle Creek chapters of the National Organization for Women [244]
Sylvia M. Stoesser Sylvia Stoesser 2008 064 personnel zw12z580x.tiff (1901–1991) 1992 Chemist, Dow Chemical Company's first female research scientist. [245]
Lucy Thurman (1849–1918) 1992 Devoted 37 years to the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, helping them establish a National Department of Colored work [246]
Charleszetta Waddles (1912–2001) 1992 Social work, African-American activist, Pentecostal church minister, and founder of Mother Waddles Perpetual Mission [247]
Rachel Andresen (1907–1988) 1991 Founded Youth For Understanding [248]
Mary V. Beck (1908–2005) 1991 First woman elected to the Detroit City Council, member of Wayne County Board of Supervisors [249]
Jan BenDor (b. 1946) 1991 Founder of Women's Crisis Center in Ann Arbor. Organized a boycott against Domino's Pizza for its anti-woman policies. Propelled the rape crisis center movement in Michigan. [250]
Janet K. Good (1923–1997) 1991 Helped establish the Older Women's League (OWL) in Michigan. Actin director of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for the Michigan Employment Security Commission. Co-chair the Governor's task force on sexual harassment, leading to the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act. [251]
Jo Jacobs (1933–2015) 1991 Organized the Committee to Study Sex Discrimination in the Kalamazoo Public Schools. [252]
Virginia Cecile Blomer Nordby (b. 1929) 1991 Helped draft the Michigan Criminal Sexual Conduct Act [253]
Dorothy Comstock Riley (1924–2004) 1991 Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court 1987–1991 [254]
Edith Mays Swanson (1934–1989) 1991 Civil rights, education, Edith Swanson Leadership Award established in her honor [255]
Emily Helen Butterfield (1884–1958) 1990 Artist, and first licensed female architect in Michigan [256]
Erma Henderson (1917–2009) 1990 First African American woman elected to the Detroit City Council [257]
Dorothy Leonard Judd (1898–1989) 1990 In conjunction with the League of Women Voters, spent her life rooting out corruption and cronyism in government. [258]
Elba Lila Morse (1882–1975) 1990 Superintendent of Northern Michigan Children's Clinic. Helped found the Bay Cliff Health Camp. Worked with the American Red Cross to recruit and train workers for disaster recovery. [259]
Fannie M. Richards (1840–1922) 1990 Founded a private elementary school for black children. Pushed for school desegregation, resulting in the Michigan Supreme Court's 1871 ruling ordering desegregation. [260]
Emelia Christine Schaub (1891–1995) 1990 First female practicing prosecuting attorney in Michigan. [261]
Mary P. Sinclair (1918–2011) 1990 Authority on nuclear energy and its impact on the environment [262]
Merze Tate (1905–1996) 1990 Political science scholar, author, professor at Harvard University [263]
Delia Villegas Vorhauer (1940–1992) 1990 Hispanic civil rights [264]
Clara Arthur (1858–1929) 1989 Co-founder of the Detroit Equal Suffrage Association in 1886 [265]
Anna Sutherland Bissell (1846–1934) 1989 Philanthropist and CEO of Bissell Company in 1889. First woman Chief Executive Officer in the United States. [266]
Alexa Canady (b. 1950) 1989 First African American woman in the United States to become a neurosurgeon [267]
Anne R. Davidow (1898–1991) 1989 Attorney who argued for the plaintiff in Goesaert v. Cleary before the United States Supreme Court, in which the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the appellees and upheld the State of Michigan's discriminatory laws regarding hiring practices of women barkeepers. US Congresswoman Martha Griffiths' support of the US Equal Rights Amendment was based on this case. [268]
Bernadine Newsom Denning (1930–2011) 1989 Human rights activist [269]
Isabella Karle Isabella Karle.jpg (1921–2017) 1989 Chemist who developed the Symbolic Addition Procedure for deriving molecular structures directly from x-ray diffraction experiments on crystals. [270]
Jean Ledwith King (b. 1924) 1989 Advocate for gender equality [271]
Olga Madar (1915–1996) 1989 First woman elected to the executive board of the United Auto Workers. Under her influence, the UAW in 1970 became the first national union to endorse constitutional ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). [272]
Mary Anne Mayo (1845–1903) 1989 Born in a log cabin, she worked through the National Grange of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry to improve the lives and educations of Michigan women. [273]
Louise Brown (1917–2011) 1988 Social worker, educator [274]
Ethelene Crockett (1914–1978) 1988 Michigan's first African-American female board-certified OB/GYN [275]
Marcia J. Federbush (1934–2007) 1988 Championed gender-equal academic and sports regulations in Michigan [276]
Frances Alvord Harris (1909–1998) 1988 First Woman To Broadcast News In Michigan [277]
Agnes Mary Mansour (1931–2004) 1988 Roman Catholic nun, president of Mercy College of Detroit, 1982 candidate for Congress [278]
Helen Martin (1889–1973) 1988 Michigan state geologist, prolific author [279]
M. Jane Kay Nugent (b. 1925) 1988 Former Vice President of Administration at Detroit Edison [280]
Sarah Goddard Power (1935–1987) 1988 Former Deputy Assistant Secretary in the State Department [281]
Marion Isabel Barnhart (1921–1985) 1987 Medical researcher and first woman professor at Wayne State University (WSU); first recipient of the University's Distinguished Graduate Faculty Award [282]
Patricia Hill Burnett (1920–2014) 1987 Arts, women's rights; co-founded the Michigan chapter of the National Organization for Women [283]
Ethel Calhoun (1898–1989) 1987 Physician who helped pioneer the Sister Kenny method of treating Poliomyelitis [284]
Georgia Emery (1867–1913) 1987 Founder of Merrill Palmer School for Motherhood and Home Training, first director of the Women's Department of the Massachusetts Life Insurance Company [285]
Betty Ford Betty Ford.gif (1918–2011) 1987 First Lady of the United States [286]
Rosa Slade Gragg (1904–1989) 1987 Civil rights advocate appointed in the 1940s to a national advisory post by President Franklin D. Roosevelt [287]
Clara Raven (1909–1994) 1987 First woman commissioned as American military Colonel, World War II Army Medical Corps, Deputy Chief Medical Examiner of Wayne County, 20 years research into Sudden infant death syndrome [288]
Patricia Boyle (1937–2014) 1986 Judge, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan [289]
Elizabeth C. Crosby Elizabeth Caroline Crosby (1888-1983).jpg (1888–1983) 1986 Comparative and human neuroanatomy. 1979 recipient of the President's National Medal of Science from Jimmy Carter [290]
Gwen Frostic (1906–2001) 1986 Artists, illustrator [291]
Elmina R. Lucke (1889–1987) 1986 International social worker [292]
Marjorie Swank Matthews (1916–1986) 1986 First woman elected as bishop to the Methodist Church [293]
Marjorie Peebles-Meyers (1915–2001) 1986 First African-American woman to graduate from the Medical School of Wayne State University, the first to be accepted as an intern at Detroit Receiving Hospital.

and the first to become Chief Resident of a major Detroit hospital.

[294]
Mary Chase Perry Stratton (1867–1961) 1986 Arts [295]
Helen Thomas Helen Thomas - USNWR.jpg (1920–2013) 1986 Journalism, White House press corps [296]
Helen J. Claytor (1907–2005) 1984 Civil rights, national president of the YWCA 1967–1973 [297]
Caroline Bartlett Crane Caroline Bartlett Crane.jpg (1858–1935) 1984 Unitarian minister, suffragist, civic reformer, educator and journalist [298]
Virginia Allan (1916–1999) 1984 Chair President Nixon's Task Force on Women's Rights and Responsibilities. 1972 Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs [299]
Marguerite Lofft De Angeli (1889–1987) 1984 Newbery Medal for children's literature [300]
Emma Genevieve Gillette (1898–1986) 1984 Conservationist [301]
Icie Macy Hoobler (1892–1984) 1984 Biochemist. First woman chair of a local section of the American Chemical Society. Won 22 awards and honors for her laboratory's research. [302]
Madeline La Framboise (1779–1846) 1984 Early 19th century fur trader [303]
Martha Longstreet (1870–1953) 1984 Physician, community activist [304]
Elly M. Peterson (1914–2008) 1984 Republican National Committee co-chairman during the 1960s and 1970s [305]
Jessie Pharr Slaton (1908–1983) 1984 African-American attorney [306]
Mary C. Spencer (1842–1923) 1984 Michigan State Librarian 1893–1923 [307]
Bertha Van Hoosen (1863–1952) 1984 Medicine, health care, founder of the American Medical Women's Association in 1915, and the first woman to be head of a medical division at a coeducational university. [308]
Harriette Simpson Arnow (1907–1986) 1983 Novelist [309]
N. Lorraine Beebe (1910–2005) 1983 Michigan state senator [310]
Mamie Geraldine Neale Bledsoe (1900–1991) 1983 Civil rights, politics, advocate for special education needs of children [311]
Elizabeth Margaret Chandler Elizabeth Margaret Chandler lg.jpg (1807–1834) 1983 Quaker writer who incorporated abolitionism into her themes [312]
Mary Stallings Coleman (1914–2001) 1983 First woman to be elected Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court . [313]
Wilma T. Donahue (1900–1993) 1983 Medicine, health care, author, and authority on Gerontology, founded International Center for Social Gerontology (ICSG) in Washington, D.C. [314]
Grace Eldering (1900–1988) 1983 Math, science, medicine, health care, along with Pearl Kendrick developed the vaccine for whooping cough [315]
Josephine Gomon (1892–1975) 1983 Medicine, health care, civil activist [316]
Martha Griffiths Martha Wright Griffiths.jpg (1912–2003) 1983 United States House of Representatives 1955–1974, guided the Equal Rights Amendment through both houses of Congress in 1972. Lt. Governor of Michigan 1983–1991 [317]
Dorothy Haener (1917–2000) 1983 International Representative with the United Auto Workers International Union's Women's Department [318]
Laura Smith Haviland Laura Smith Haviland in 1881.jpg (1808–1897) 1983 Quaker abolitionist who helped slaves escape, founded an orphanage, nursed wounded Civil War soldiers, and was active in women's suffrage. [319]
Mildred Jeffrey (1910–2004) 1983 Labor and civil rights activist [320]
Pearl Kendrick (1890–1980) 1983 Math, science, medicine, health care. Along with Grace Eldering, developed the vaccine for Whooping Cough [321]
Helen Milliken (1922–2012) 1983 Philanthropist, women's rights [322]
Rosa Parks Rosaparks.jpg (1913–2005) 1983 Pivotal African American figure in the Civil Rights Movement [323]
Anna Howard Shaw Anna Howard Shaw 1.jpg (1847–1919) 1983 Suffrage, religion, medicine, health care [324]
Lucinda Hinsdale Stone (1814–1900) 1983 Women's rights [325]
Sojourner Truth Sojourner Truth 01.jpg (1797–1883) 1983 Abolition [326]

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Further reading

  • Arrow, Harriette Simpson (2005). The Collected Short Stories of Harriette Simpson Arnow. Michigan State University Press. ISBN 978-0-87013-756-3.

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