Virginia Changemakers
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Fields Cook.jpg
Born into slavery, Fields Cook became a prominent African American leader in Richmond and Alexandria in the aftermath of the Civil War.
Richmond and Alexandria

Laura Copenhaver.jpg
As founder of Rosemont Industries and as a Lutheran lay leader, Laura Lu Scherer Copenhaver advocated strategies for improving educational and economic opportunities in southwestern Virginia.
Smyth County

The daughter and wife of missionaries, Elizabeth Coles Bouey organized the National Association of Ministers’ Wives.

Sister Marie Majella Berg transformed Marymount University from a junior college for women to a coeducational university during thirty years as its president.
Arlington County
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