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Seneca Falls and the National Women’s Hall of Fame: Celebrating Women’s Rights and Accomplishments Seneca Falls and the National Women’s Hall of Fame: Celebrating Women’s Rights and Accomplishments June 13, 2013

Seneca Falls: Where it All Began Seneca Falls: Where it All Began

Five Women Started a Revolution Mary Ann M’Clintock Elizabeth Cady Stanton Lucretia Mott Martha Five Women Started a Revolution Mary Ann M’Clintock Elizabeth Cady Stanton Lucretia Mott Martha Coffin Wright Jane Hunt

A Convention for Woman’s Rights A Convention for Woman’s Rights

A Movement is Born A Movement is Born

The Fight Continues The Fight Continues

The Facts Today • Women and girls are still underrepresented in science and math The Facts Today • Women and girls are still underrepresented in science and math • About 4% of Fortune 500 company CEOs are women • Less than 20 countries in the world currently have female heads of state • Women still earn less money for performing the same job as a man

National Women’s Hall of Fame National Women’s Hall of Fame "We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men and women are created equal. . . ”

Our Mission “Showcasing great women… Inspiring all!” Our Mission “Showcasing great women… Inspiring all!”

Induction Weekend 2013 October 11 th & 12 th Seneca Falls, New York Induction Weekend 2013 October 11 th & 12 th Seneca Falls, New York

Betty Ford 1918 - 2011 • Achievement in Humanities • Groundbreaking First Lady of Betty Ford 1918 - 2011 • Achievement in Humanities • Groundbreaking First Lady of the United States • Co-Founded the Betty Ford Center (1982) • Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient (1991) and Congressional Gold Medal recipient (with President Gerald R. Ford, 1999)

Ina May Gaskin 1940 – • Achievement in Science • Founder of the Farm Ina May Gaskin 1940 – • Achievement in Science • Founder of the Farm Midwifery Center (1971) • Participated in more than 1, 200 births • Gaskin maneuver is the first obstetrical maneuver to be named after a midwife

Julie Krone 1963 – • Achievement in Athletics • More than 3, 700 career Julie Krone 1963 – • Achievement in Athletics • More than 3, 700 career wins • First woman to win a Triple Crown event (1993), a Breeders’ Cup event (2003), and a million-dollar event (2003)

Kate Millett 1934 – • Achievement in Arts, Humanities • Feminist activist, writer, artist, Kate Millett 1934 – • Achievement in Arts, Humanities • Feminist activist, writer, artist, filmmaker, teacher and human rights activist • Author of Sexual Politics (1970) • Director of the Millett Center for the Arts

Nancy Pelosi 1940 – • Achievement in Government • First woman to lead a Nancy Pelosi 1940 – • Achievement in Government • First woman to lead a major political party in the United States as the Democratic Leader of the U. S. House of Representatives (2002) • First female Speaker of the U. S. House of Representatives (2007 -2011)

Mother Mary Joseph Rogers 1882 – 1955 • Achievement in Humanities • Founded the Mother Mary Joseph Rogers 1882 – 1955 • Achievement in Humanities • Founded the Maryknoll Sisters (1912), the first US based Catholic congregation of women dedicated to a global mission • At the time of her death in 1955, there were 1, 065 sisters working in twenty countries and several U. S. cities

Bernice Resnick Sandler 1928 – • Achievement in Humanities • “Godmother of Title IX” Bernice Resnick Sandler 1928 – • Achievement in Humanities • “Godmother of Title IX” • Filed the first charges of sex discrimination against more than 250 educational institutions • Senior Scholar at the Women’s Research and Education Institute (Washington, DC)

Ana Jacobson Schwartz 1915 – 2012 • Achievement in Business • “One of the Ana Jacobson Schwartz 1915 – 2012 • Achievement in Business • “One of the world’s greatest monetary scholars” • More than seventy year career with the National Bureau of Economic Research • Co-author of A Monetary History of the United States, 1867 -1960

Emma Hart Willard 1787 – 1870 • Achievement in Education • Founded Troy Female Emma Hart Willard 1787 – 1870 • Achievement in Education • Founded Troy Female Seminary (renamed Emma Willard School in 1895) • The school was the first in the country to provide women with an education comparable to that of a college-educated man

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“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much. ” ~ “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much. ” ~ Helen Keller greatwomen. org