Michigan Women Forward Announces 2023 Women’s Hall of Fame Inductees, Four Women to be Honored at Induction Ceremony on Dec. 6November 21, 2023
The contemporary inductees include Governor Gretchen Whitmer, current governor of the state of Michigan; Hon. Denise Langford Morris, retired Oakland County Circuit Court Judge.
In the historical category, Michigan Women Forward will recognize Kelly Rossman McKinney, a trailblazer in public relations and political powerhouse; and The Traverse City Ladies Association, a dedicated group of women who designed, implemented, and managed the Traverse Township Library.
These women will join 344 other Hall of Fame inductees since its inception 40 years ago.
“Michigan Women Forward is proud to recognize women who have made significant contributions in their fields. They have set the bar for excellence and paved the way for those who will follow in their footsteps” said Carolyn Cassin, MWF President and Chief Executive Officer. “We hope the community will once again join us in celebrating these inductees’ significant accomplishments.”
The Michigan Women’s Hall of Fame was established in 1983 to celebrate and honor women’s contributions to Michigan’s history, and to inspire the women and girls of tomorrow.
Tickets for the Michigan Women’s Hall of Fame induction ceremony are on sale now at miwf.org/mwhof/. Sponsorship opportunities are available and start at $1,000. For more information, contact Lisa Grace at 313-771-3520 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For a complete list of inductees and more information about how the nonprofit is supporting and celebrating Michigan women, visit miwf.org.
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About Michigan Women Forward
MWF was founded in 1986 by 20 extraordinary visionaries who conceived of an organization that would encourage women to play an active role in philanthropy and governance. MWF is a certified community development financial institution (CDFI) whose mission is to expand economic opportunity for women and entrepreneurs of color, empower the next generation, and celebrate and honor the accomplishments of Michigan women. For more information, visit www.miwf.org.