Founder and Inspiration
Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter has worked for more than four decades to improve the quality of life for people around the world. Today, she is a leading voice for mental health and human rights.
We are grateful to Mrs. Carter and the other founding members for their inspiration and dedication to Georgia's history, specifically the consistent reminder of Georgia's women of history. Together with Mrs. Carter, Robert Ackerman, Frank Jones, Valeria Murphey, Nancy Anderson, Neva Fickling, Eleanor Lane and Colleen Nunn worked tirelessly from 1988-1992 to create Georgia Women of Achievement.
WHAT WE DO
Since its inception,
the mission of GWA has been to honor the many inspirational and courageous female trailblazers of our state.
To learn more about our honorees, please click here.
Our annual induction ceremony provides an opportunity to encourage others through example to utilize their own unique talents.
To learn more about our induction ceremony, please click here.
Educational opportunities are provided for Georgia's youth by raising awareness about these outstanding female role models and mentors.
To learn more about our educational resources, click here.
Honoring the legacies of these inspirational women relies on your support.
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