Dear Friends of the Alabama Women's Hall of Fame:
- The Alabama Women's Hall of Fame was established
in 1970 at Judson College, Marion, Alabama. The purpose of this Hall of
Fame is to recognize those women native to, or most closely identified
with, the State of Alabama who have made significant contributions on a
state, national, or international scale within their professional or
personal fields of activity or concern. Through the 2020 induction,
ninety six women have been inducted into the Hall of Fame. These
women are honored with bronze plaques that hang in the Asa Howard Bean
Hall at Judson College.
Linked is a form that may be printed for your
use should you wish to make a nomination for induction in 2022. The form requests a biographical summary, a
resumé of the nominee's significant achievements, honors and
awards, memberships, and professional history. Please include with the
form any other documentation that you believe establishes your nominee
as superior to most other women of Alabama of her time; however, the
information on the form must be sufficiently complete to stand on its
own. To be eligible for consideration, a nominee must have been
deceased for two years. Three copies of all submitted materials are
required and will become a part of the Alabama Women's Hall of Fame
Archives. Information on women nominated in the past is in the
files; however, the names of such persons must be submitted on a
current nomination form each year they are to be considered. Nomination
forms should be submitted by August 15, 2021.
A clear, black and white photograph should be included with the
nomination. The photograph will be used in preparation of the bronze
plaque and press releases.
Dr. Cathy Randall, Interim Chair
Board of Directors
BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Mrs.
Patricia W. Barnes; Ms. Vicki Drummond; Mrs. Frances D. Ford; Governor Kay Ivey; Dr. John H. Killian, Jr.; Mr. Steve Murray; Dr. Cathy Randall; Mrs. Jean W. Vaughan, Dr. Ann Whitaker.
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