Women Of AchievementFor 60 years, Women of Achievement has recognized women who have a record of leadership in volunteer service to the greater St. Louis community.
Women of Achievement Bio: Pat Whitaker
Women of Achievement Bio: Linda Weitzer Sher
Women of Achievement Bio: JoAnn Shaw
Women of Achievement Bio: DiAnne Mueller
Women of Achievement Bio: Diane Levine
Women of Achievement Bio: Phyllis Langsdorf
Women of Achievement Bio: Teri Griege
Women of Achievement Bio: Eva Frazer
Women of Achievement Bio: Ida H. Early
Women of Achievement Bio: Virginia BraxsVirginia Braxs is truly a Woman of Achievement! She exemplifies the criteria for selection, given the impact of her volunteer service on the Greater St. Louis Community, specifically focused on the Hispanic community.
Women of Achievement 2013 Bio: Vida Goldman Prince Vida “Sister” Prince’s commitment to document people who have endured difficult life experiences has been the driving force that led her to her work in oral history. As an independent researcher and historian, she showcased her skills and talents in diversified oral history projects with multiple communities, including Jewish, African American, Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Korean and Laotian.

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