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Alameda County Women's Hall of Fame
2015 Inductees
  • Shirley Nelson
    Business & Professions
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  • Gladys Green
    Community Service
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  • Sherry Hu
    Culture & Art
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  • Elnora T. Webb
    Education
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  • Jenny Fang
    Environment
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  • Ann Petru
    Health
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  • Peggy Bristol-Wright
    Justice
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  • Rhonda Wood
    Non-Traditional Careers
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  • Bobbi Silten
    Philanthropy
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  • Natalia Zaitseva
    Science, Engineering, Technology
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  • Michelle Smith McDonald
    Sports & Athletics
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  • Farmaan Judge
    Youth
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Donate to the Leading the Way Youth Scholarship Fund

Eventbrite - Women's Hall of Fame Leading the Way Youth Scholarship Fund

Thank you to all of our 2014 WHOF sponsors and supporters.

SAVE THE DATE!
22nd Alameda County Women's Hall of Fame
Awards Ceremony and Luncheon
Saturday, March 21, 2015

Tickets for the luncheon sell out every year so purchase your tickets today.

Call (510) 272-3882 or
e-mail whof.sponsors@acgov.org for questions.

2015 Sponsorship opportunities are now available. Get more information here.


The Alameda County Women's Hall of Fame was established in 1993 through a partnership involving the Alameda County Board of Supervisors, the Alameda County Health Care Foundation, and the Alameda County Commission on the Status of Women.

The Women's Hall of Fame recognizes outstanding women for their achievements and contributions to the Alameda County community and its residents. The program honors women in 12 different categories at a luncheon and awards ceremony held each year, usually in March. Through this event and other community activities, the Women's Hall of Fame generates funds to support organizations that help women and families in Alameda County, including efforts to provide comprehensive breast cancer prevention, education, and treatment services.



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