Connecticut’s history is filled with remarkable women who achieved extraordinary things! Join us for an interactive multi-media program by the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame and learn about some of the state’s powerful female voices for change in our democracy. Discover the power your own voice can have by exploring the inspirational stories of suffrage advocates like Alice Paul and Isabella Beecher Hooker, prominent female firsts like Ella Grasso and Denise Nappier and social activists like Helen Keller, Anne Stanback and Estelle Griswold.
Dougherty has worked in the non-profit world for over 11 years. Beginning her career in the Advocacy and Government relations program at The College Board in New York City, Dougherty worked on research and reports for financial aid, teacher-counselor relationships, and access and equity of educational opportunities for underserved student populations.
She worked for The Center for Family Justice in Bridgeport and three years at LifeBridge Community Services as 30the Development Manager. Pam l continues her work in development at the Women’s Hall of Fame, supporting an organization that recognizes and uplifts women’s accomplishments and provides strong examples of female success and leadership across various fields to future generations.