Arizona Women’s Hall of Fame accepting nominations for Living Legacies

Women of excellence in Arizona business, public service/volunteerism are eligible

PRESS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
September 4, 2015

For More Information Contact:

Liz Garland
Arizona State Archives
(602)926-3720
lgarland@azlibrary.gov

Kim Crawford
Communications Manager
Phone: (602) 926-3810
Kcrawford@azlibrary.gov

​​PHOENIX – Now is the time to recognize women who have made a significant contribution to the history of Arizona through their business, public service or volunteerism by nominating them for induction to the Arizona Women’s Hall of Fame with the second annual Living Legacies Induction.

Arizona Women's Hall of Fame logo

Two women who have reached the highest levels of professional accomplishments in their chosen endeavors will be chosen. Last year’s inaugural nominees in this category were retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and historic preservationist and arts advocate Elisabeth F. Ruffner.
 
Nomination forms are available on the Arizona Women’s Hall of Fame website at www.azwhf.org/inductions/living-legacies/. Nominations are due October 30th, 2015, and should be mailed to the Arizona State Archives, Attn: AZWHF, 1901 W. Madison St., Phoenix, AZ 85009 or email your nomination as an attachment to livinglegacy@azwhf.org.
 
The women selected will be honored at the Arizona Women’s History Symposium March 25, 2016 at Scottsdale Community College.
 
To learn more about the Arizona Women’s Hall of Fame, visit the website at www.azwhf.org or follow AZWHF on Facebook and Twitter.
 
The Arizona Women’s Hall of Fame program pays tribute to the remarkable women whose contributions to the arts, athletics, business, education, government, the humanities, philanthropy and science, have played a significant role in the history of Arizona and provide a significant contribution to the historical record of the State of Arizona. Currently, 95 women have been inducted. Sponsors of the Women’s Hall of Fame include the Arizona Humanities Council, the Sharlot Hall Museum, the Arizona Historical Society and the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public RecordsTo learn more about all the women in the Arizona Women’s Hall of Fame, visit the website at www.azwhf.org.
 
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