Adrienne Bell is an educator and community organizer who understands the benefits of a high-quality education for children. Bell's drive for activism began as an...

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Ayanna Pressley is an advocate, a policy-maker, an activist, and a survivor. Pressley’s mother, who was a tenants’ rights organizer in Chicago, instilled in her...

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Pat Timmons-Goodson is a trailblazer and has been a mentor and an example for other women who are making their own paths.  At the age...

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Patricia Moore Henegan is a retired educator and retired assistant superintendent who holds degrees from Francis Marion University and Winthrop University. She serves as a...

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Patricia Spearman was a member of the United States Army Military Police Corp. from 1977-2007. She also served as president of the San Marcos Consolidated...

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Philanise White was elected Committeewoman for Chicago's 7th Ward in 2016 and served through March of 2020. As committeewoman, she served her constituents by appointing...

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Phyllis Harvey-Hall began her career as an educator in Montgomery Public Schools eager to change the world through education. Upon retiring, she continued her career...

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Ragen Hatcher is the ranking minority member of the Courts and Criminal Code Committee and also serves on the Commerce, Small Business and Economic Development...

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Rhonda Fields has ushered in new laws to grow Colorado’s economy, and protect the environment, as well as the rights of veterans, women, the undeserved...

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Robin Kelly served as the chief administrative officer of Cook County before her election to the Illinois House of Representatives. She graduated from Bradley University...

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