Nomination Form
Wisconsin Women Making History is a growing resource of remarkable women leaders, innovators and scholars from the state of Wisconsin. The site launched on International Women’s Day, March 8, 2015. More history makers will be added to the site throughout 2015.

A panel of advisors will periodically review nominations of women history makers to the site. You may suggest a woman history maker for review using the nominations form. We consider each nomination carefully, however, your submission does not guarantee inclusion on the site. Criteria for consideration includes: a woman who has lived, worked or studied in Wisconsin and has made significant contributions to women’s history or the state’s legacy. Due to limited resources, you may not receive confirmation that your nomination has been chosen. Check the website at regularly to find new additions.
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Your Information
Tell us who you are and how best to contact you in case we have questions about your nominee.
Your Name *
Tell us who you are in case we need to follow up with you about your nomination.
Your Contact Info *
Email or phone number is best.
First Name *
If she typically uses her maiden name, put them here. For example, Belle Case La Follette's first name would be entered as Belle Case.
Last Name *
If she doesn't have a last name, such as Ho-poe-kaw, enter N/A to indicate this does not apply.
Years Lived *
Example: 1901-1952 or 1975-present
City *
Primary Wisconsin city associated with. Include multiple if necessary.
County *
Primary Wisconsin county associated with. Include multiple if necessary.
Category *
Choose multiple if necessary.
Role in Women's History *
A one-sentence description of her historical contribution.
Short Biography *
A 200 word description of her achievements.
Links & Sources *
Include as many web links as possible on where we can find supporting information about your nominated woman. Links to video, audio and photographs especially helpful. If information is included in a non-digital archive, tell us how to find it.
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