who shaped Alaska's
who inspired Alaska's
women who created economic
The Alaska Women’s Hall of Fame is dedicated to honoring, in perpetuity, women whose contributions have influenced the direction of Alaska in any field, including, but not limited to the arts, athletics, business, community service, conservation, education, government, health, the humanities, Native affairs, philanthropy, politics, theology and science, among others.
10 Anniversary Presentation
2019 Induction Ceremony
Anyone can nominate a woman. We count on the public’s support for nominations that reflect the diversity of Alaska and all our communities.
Save the Date
October 20, 2020
Virtual Induction Ceremony for the Alaska Women’s Hall of Fame Class of 2020
6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
The Alaska Women’s Hall of Fame will host a virtual 2020 Induction Ceremony on October 20, 2020. Updates will be posted on our website and Facebook, as soon as the viewing procedures have been confirmed. We will send additional e-mails with viewing details to individuals on our mailing list. To be added to out mailing list, please email email@example.com.
Monica Anderson Education, Health Advocate, Leadership
Reyne Marie Athanas Art, Education, Entrepreneurship, Leadership
Sarah Eliassen Education, Girl Scout, Leadership
April S. Ferguson Political Activism, Visionary
Maragret Norma (Campbell) Goodman Broadcasting, Community Activism, Mental Health, Social Justice, Volunteering
Ann “Nancy” (Desmond) Gross Education, Political Activism, Public Service
Karleen (Alstead) Grummett Community Service, Education, Historic Preservation, Writing
Jennifer “Jane” Wainwright Mears Culture, Education, Music
Peggy Mullen Community Service
Sandy Poulson Community Activism, Journalism
Frances Helaine Rose Education, Entrepreneurship
Judith “Judi” Anne Slajer Government
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The Alaska Women’s Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization with tax exempt status under Section 501(c)(3)
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