2015 Partners

2015 National Women’s History Project Partners

American Association of University Women

AAUW has for 132 years helped women achieve their educational and career objectives. Join us so all women and girlscan reach their full potential.



Alice Paul Institute

Alice Paul Institute’s mission is to honor the legacy of Alice Paul’s work for gender equality through education and leadership development.  



The Ann Lewis Suffrage Collection expands access to the woman suffrage movement by sharing its collection of more than 1,200 books, objects, correspondence, periodicals,  etc.. lewissuffragecollection.omeka.net




Annie Appleseed  Project provides information, education and advocacy for people with cancer, family and friends, especially about natural, complementary/alternative and interactive cancer therapies. www.annieaplleseeproject.org


California BPW

The women of the California Federation of Business and Professional Women are dedicated, strong and steadfast in achieving and protecting the rights, lives and opportunities of working women. www.bpwcal.org/




Penny Colman: I’m a partner because of my gratitude for the groundbreaking work of the National Women’s History Project and the steadfast and inspiring leadership of co-founder Molly Murphy MacGregor.  www.pennycolman.com



Elizabeth Cady Stanton Women’s Consortium

Elizabeth Cady Stanton Women’s Consortium supports women’s education, history, culture, leadership and equity through a variety of activities.




Gather the Women Global Matrix™ (GTW) is to promote and support the establishment of active GTW regions around the globe. Women who find GTW have heard the call to bring forth feminine wisdom. www.gatherthewomen.org/

Marie Curie Living History


Girls Incorporated of Greater Austin

Girls Incorporated of Greater Austin inspires every girl to be strong, smart and bold, and to build girls’ capacity for responsible and confident adulthood, economic independence and personal fulfillment through providing research-based curriculum, educational experiences, and intellectual exposure.



Groton High School Women’s History Month Committee in Groton, MA is dedicated to the ongoing reconsideration of women in history by our students, staff and community.  www.gdrsd.org/GDRHS/Department/126-GDRHS-Student-Activities/3377




In Sisterhood Project is documenting the history of the women’s movement in the Pittsburgh region, 1967-1987, by recording oral history interviews with feminists on digital video and collecting ephemera created during the time.  www.insisterhood.info




Storysmith® Susan Marie Frontczak brings literature to life through Living History portrayals of Marie Curie, Eleanor Roosevelt, Clara Barton, and others. A scholar, playwright & performer, she presents in theaters, corporations, schools, libraries, and festivals. www.storysmith.org 




The KidLit Celebrates Women’s History Month blog is a collaborative effort between librarians, book bloggers, and authors designed to serve as both a resource and inspiration for all who are interested in the intersection of women’s history and children’s literature.  www.kidlit.org


The League of Women Voters/Montgomery County, MD


The League of Women Voters of Okaloosa County

The League of Women Voters of Okaloosa County is a nonpartisan political organization that encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding and influence public policy. A force for progress on the Emerald Coast. www.lwv.org/ 




Mahogany Scholarship Heritage Foundation’s mission is to education, celebrate African American Heritage; honor achievements of great leaders past and present; promote racial unity; empower youth for leadership and excellence. www.mahoganyheritage.org  


Maryland Women’s Heritage Center



Maryland Women’s Heritage Center

Maryland Women’s Heritage Center’s mission is to preserve the past, understand the present, and shape the future by recognizing, respecting, and transmitting the experiences and contributions of Maryland women and girls.




Parity Productions For classroom & community, it specializes in theatrical, media & digital interactive productions emphasizing women’s history, civic engagement, & STEAM. Current productions: Marie Curie Living History, and Eleanor Roosevelt www.parityproductions.com




Richard Obar: I wish to commend the NWHP for the rich resources it offered me both in my History classes and later as an administrator. I was able to better promote the contributions of women. Congratulations on your 35th anniversary.



SEED is a peer-led professional development program that promotes change through self-reflection and interpersonal dialogue and builds capacity for more equitable curriculum, campuses, and communities.


Sonoma County’s National Organization for Women is dedicated to its multi-issue and multi-strategy approach to women’s rights. www.now.org


The National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House interprets Anthony’s legacy to inspire individuals to make a difference in their lives & communities We share her home, exhibit artifacts & offer interpretive programs on the subject of her story with the world. www.susanbanthonyhouse.org




National Catholic Sisters Week Celebrating the lives and contributions  of Catholic Sisters www.nationalcatholicsistersweek.org




National Collaborative of Women’s History Sites Founded in 2001, the National Collaborative for Women’s History Sites supports and promotes the preservation and interpretation of sites and locales that bear witness to women’s participation in American life. www.ncwhs.org




The Schlesinger Library of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study holds the finest collection of resources for research on the history of women in America. All researchers are welcome to use the collection. www.radcliffe.harvard.edu/schlesinger-library




Ovaries (TTO) is based on the belief that courage is contagious and all females are born leaders. It the gutsy acts of women & girls, both locally and globally. Our empowerment combines arts with activism to encourage women to be risk-takers. www.thattakesovaries.org




Turning Point Suffragist Memorial Association

To memorialize the suffragists whose harsh imprisonment at the Occoquan Workhouse served as a turning point for the recognition of a woman’s right to vote; and to educate, inspire, and empower present and future generations. 


Western Illinois University Women’s Center

Western Illinois University Women’s Center promotes gender equity through education, support and advocacy and responds to issues affecting the status of female students, faculty and staff on campus, as well as women in the community and in society.


 Wild West Women/ Ishtar/

Wild West Women/ Ishtar/

Our primary goal is to increase public awareness of women’s achievements and their roles in history and to provide positive public images of women and girls.




WIU Women’s Center sponsors the Wisconsin Women Making History Project, a public initiative to address the concerns of women and girls.Its focus is a website for anyone interested in learning more about the WI women who have shaped history in our state and around the world. www.womeninwisconsin.org




Women and Work (W&W) is an innovative job life skills program offered to women who are among the most underserved women in NYC. It supports those who lack the social, academic, or technological skills to be successful in the modern workforce. www.qc.cuny.edu/community/womenwork




Women On 20s mission is to engage the American public in voting for a notable American woman to create a powerful mandate that puts American women on our paper money.  www.womenon20s.org