Join the movement. Tell us your story.

November 10, 2014 at 10:00 AM

Since 1837, Mount Holyoke women have been leaders in their fields and paving the way for future generations. Check out the power of these 10 MHC women. Share your story in our comments.

Rachel Fuller Brown 1920
Researcher and developer of Nystatin antifungal antibiotic
Ruth Muskrat Bronson 1925
U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs official
Virginia Apgar 1929
Developer of Apgar Score for newborns
Florence Schorske Wald 1938
Mother of the American Hospice Movement
Hattie Kawahara Colton 1943
Recipient of State Department's Superior Honor Award
Vera Kistiakowsky 1948
Nuclear physicist, MIT professor emerita
Glenda Hatchett 1973
Georgia's first African American chief presiding judge
Mallika Dutt 1983
President and CEO, Breakthrough human rights organization
Heather Harde 1991
Former CEO of TechCrunch
Gabrielle Gregg 2008
MTV's first Twitter jockey


MHC Development

Written by MHC Development