Women’s International Center [WIC] was founded in 1982 as a non-profit education and service foundation [501c3] with the mission to ‘acknowledge, honor, encourage and educate women’. Since its inception WIC has fulfilled its purpose in many ways. Beginning in 1983 the LIVING LEGACY AWARDS began to ACKNOWLEDGE, HONOR and ENCOURAGE WOMEN. read more

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Aker, Dee
Alexander, Jane
Anchondo, Sr. Dolores
Anderson, Dame Judith
Angelou, Maya
Aquino, Corazon
Ash, Neil
Azzarolo, Ana Maria

Bailey, Pearl
Bakoyiannis, Dora
Bashkiroff, Anne
Beam, Lillian Kennedy
Bhutto, Benazir
Blow, Lieutenant Elizabeth D.
Blyth, Ann
Borsum, Bente
Brenner, Sister Antonia
Brigitte, Bridget McDonald Ph.D.
Brophy-King, Reba
Burch, Laurel
Burrows, General Eva
Buxton, Laura

Calderone, Mary S.
Caldicott, Helen
Capobianco, Gigi
Carroll, Pat
Carter, Elaine
Chadwick, Florence
Clinton, Hillary Rodham
Conner, Elizabeth Barrett
Colarusso, Jean
Crea, Captain Vivian S.
Crean, Donna

Dailey, Ann Armstrong
DaMetz, Claudia
Dassanowsky, Elfi von
Debakey, Michael E.
Debolt, Dorothy and Robert
Diamant, Kathi
Diller, Phyllis
Dirk-Uys, Pieter
Dunlap, Brigadier General Lillian

Embery, Joan
Emerald, Marti
Engstrand, Iris H. W., Ph. D.

Fabray, Nanette
Feinstein, Dianne
Figueredo, Anita
Finnbogadottir, Vigdis
Fisher, Maria
Ford, Betty
Foster, Pauline M.
Fouque, Antoinette
Ronne, Froman
Fromm, Hanna

Garson, Greer
Gatzoyiannis, Eleni
Glenner, Joy and George
Gilot, Francoise
Goodall, Jane
Grobstein, Dr. Ruth
Gutierrez, Annie
Gwinn, Casey

Hayworth, Rita

Hagen, Uta
Hale, Clara
Hallaren, Colonel Mary A.
Harder, Sarah
Harris, Elaine K.
Harris, Major General Marcelite J.
Hayes, Alice
Hayes, Helen
Hayslip, Le Ly
Hazard, Roberta
Hedren, Tippi
Hepburn, Audrey
Hope, Dolores
Hopper, Rear Admiral Grace
Howell, Doris A., M.D.
Huxley, Laura

Jeffries, Herb
Jeffreys, Anne
Johnson, Barbara Piasecka
Jones, Jeanne

Khan, Princess Yasmin Aga
Keating, Cathy
Kennedy, Lieutenant General Claudia J.
Kennedy, Rose Fitzgerald
Killea, Lucy
King, Billie Jean
Knopf, Mildred O.
Kroll, Lucy
Krupp, Robin Rector

Labouisse, Eve Curie
Laine, Frankie
Lappin, Debra R., Esq.
Launer, Pat
Lee, Peggy
Lightner, Candy
Longenecker, Martha

MacCurtain, Margaret
Mamonova, Tatyana Valentina
Mann, Rhonda Fleming
McBrayer, Sandra
McDonald Ph.D., Bridget Brigitte
McDonald, Professor Marianne
McMillan, Gloria
Mead, Margaret
Meir, Golda
Merrill, Dina
Miller, Ann
Mitchell, Grace
Muray, Major General Raymond L.
Murray, Zona D.
Mutter, Lieutenant General Carol A.

Neal, Patricia
Nielsen, Charlotte
Newkirk, Ingrid

O'Brien, Margaret
O'Brien, Mavourneen

Page, Anita
Page, Patti
Parrish, Phyllis
Pauling, Linus
Petrie, Dorothea
Pintasilgo, Maria da Lourdes
Powers, Diane
Prisk, Jenni

Rector, Robert
Remick, Lee
Reno, Janet
Rhodes, Zandra
Ride, Sally Kristen
Rinpoche, GankarTulku
Robbins, Pauline Frederick
Robinson, Rachel
Rogers, Ginger
Roosevelt, Eleanor
Ross, Elisabeth Kuber
Ross, Marion
Russell, Jane

Sadat, Jehan
Sagan, Ginetta
Salk, Jonas
Sally, Jones
Scobee, June
Shouse, Catherine Filene
Silbert, Mimi
Sills, Beverly
Simpson, Master Chief Petty Officer Ginger Lee
Singh, MU3 Francine
Slater-Price, Pam
Smith, Linda
Smith, Sally
Snyder, Gloria Penner
Starr, Kay
Strauss, Iris Lynn
Szekely, Deborah

Thornton, Sally B.
Thornton, John and Sally
Thorson, Lisa
Tracey, Vice Admiral Patricia Ann
Turner, Lee

Uqualla, Anita

Vaughn, Mary
Vaught, Brigadier General Wilma L.
Veil, Simone

Walker, Bree
Walther-Meade, Yolanda
Wayne, June
Weatherford, Lily Fern
Weber, Shirley
Welsh, Anne Marie
Westheimer, Dr. Ruth
Weston, Elsie
Wexler, Nancy
White, Betty
Widnall, Sheila E., Ph.D.
Williams, Betty Jo
Wilson, Gayle
Withers, Jane
Witrogen McLeod, Beth
Wood, Beatrice
Wyeth, Henriette

Yarnall, Agnes

Zukor, Alice


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