Women's History Month
KELLY BARNHILL ’96 won the 2017 Newbery Medal for her book The Girl Who Drank the Moon.
ANNE MCKEIG ’89 is the first American Indian Justice to serve on the Minnesota Supreme Court.
CARMEANN FOSTER ’08, MSM’12 created Jordan House, a safe place for boys coming home from detention facilities.
PAMELA JOHNSON ’80 leads 14,000 nurses as Chief Nursing Officer at Mayo Clinic.
CARINA RUIZ ’20 named Miss Minnesota Latina 2018. Photo/ Martinez Digital Media.
SISTER MARY THOMPSON ’53 forged a path for women in chemistry.
MARCH IS WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH, A TIME TO REFLECT ON THE AMAZING CONTRIBUTIONS OF WOMEN WHO TEACH AND INSPIRE US.
SINCE OUR FOUNDING, ST. KATE’S HAS LAUNCHED MORE THAN 55,000 GRADUATES. THAT’S 55,000 MORE LEADERS, ACTIVISTS AND INNOVATORS CHANGING THE WORLD FOR THE BETTER. WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN US THIS MONTH IN CELEBRATING AND REMEMBERING THE COURAGEOUS TRAILBLAZERS WHO FOUGHT TO MAKE WOMEN’S EDUCATION POSSIBLE.
More info at stkate.edu/womenshistory