Celebrating Women’s History Month with Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame Inductees
March is Women's History month. To celebrate, here are the 2018 inductees for the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame.
Women's History month is all about recognizing the great contributions women have made to our nation. We're celebrating Women's History month by giving Colorado women the recognition they deserve. These are the 2018 inductees for the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame.
The Colorado Women's Hall of Fame was founded in 1985 and inducts exemplary Colorado women every two years. 152 extraordinary women have been inducted so far. These are the 2018 inductees for the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame.
Leslie Foster is another 2018 inductee of the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame. Leslie is the President of The Gathering Place, which is a nonprofit in Denver. According to their website, she is devoted to 'transforming the lives of women, children and people who are transgender.'
Fay Matsukage is an attorney who has made contributions to the legal filed and to the Asian Pacific Community, according to their website. Fay is another 2018 inductee for the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame.
Doreen Pollack is pioneer in speech pathology and audiology. She moved to Colorado in 1951. Doreen made us change the way we 'look at, address and treat children with hearing loss both in Colorado and internationally.'