Who's Who of Professional Women

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Rebecca Vigil

REBECCA D. VIGIL

Most recently, Rebecca D. Vigil served as president of the National Association of Secretaries of State from 2005 to 2006.

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LORI WHITNEY

Lori Whitney joined the Wisconsin State Assembly in Madison in 1991, moving up the ranks to postal clerk from 1995 to 2003 and postmistress since 2003.

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DELAINE EASTIN

Delaine Eastin was the executive director of the National Institute for School Leadership and a distinguished professor at Mills College.

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EMILIE F. MILLER

Emilie F. Miller was notably the first woman in northern Virginia elected to the Senate. She ran for and was elected to office in 1988.

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Sara Myers

SARA ALICE MYERS

When Sara Myers was drafted by her neighbors to run for city council, she was thrilled. She won the race, thus beginning a long career in government.

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MARIE A. LANGAN

Marie A. Langan became a housing specialist in the Judicial Department of the State of Connecticut in 1983, a position she held until she retired in 1997.

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MARGARET DALY HAYES

Margaret Daly Hayes served Georgetown University as an adjunct professor of Latin American security studies until her retirement in 2017.

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MARY VAIL

To this day, Mary Vail remains involved as a member of the Oakland Measure LL Police Commission Selection Committee and several other industry groups.

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JANET MAE MICKLOS

Before retiring, Janet Mae Micklos was a police officer in the Newfields Police Department and special sheriff’s deputy in Rockingham County, New Hampshire.

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DOROTHY M. SAMPAS

Motivated by an innate interest in politics and foreign relations, Dorothy M. Sampas dedicated more than four decades to the U.S. government.

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IRENA ZUBCEVIC

Today, Irena Zubcevic works within the Office of Intergovernmental Support and Coordination for Sustainable Development of the United Nations.

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SYLVIA S. KERCKHOFF

Dedicated and hardworking, Sylvia S. Kerckhoff was thrilled to make history as the first female mayor of Durham, North Carolina.

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Janet LaMotte

JANET A. LAMOTTE

Janet A LaMotte, MHR, is a retired management consultant and administrator with nearly 40 years of expertise in government and military logistics.

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LESLEY L. ISRAEL

In 2016, Lesley L. Israel was appointed by then-President Barack Obama to the Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad.

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