In early 2020, the Wisconsin Governor's 19th Amendment Centennial Committee launched a "Women Who Inspire" initiative to celebrate and recognize living Wisconsin women who inspire us through their social change work to increase gender equality and uplift the lives of women and young girls. Each member of the Centennial Committee was asked to nominate one woman.
LWVWI is a member of the Governor's 19th Amendment Centennial Committee and chose to solicit the name of one inspiring woman from each of our twenty local Leagues, which represent many communities throughout Wisconsin. We received seven nominations and selected one, Sharlen Moore, Co-Founder & Director of Youth Justice Milwaukee & Urban Underground, to represent the state League’s submission to the Centennial Committee. Moore is celebrated here, and she will also be highlighted on the Centennial Commission’s website during the summer of 2020. In this space, we also recognize the other six inspiring nominees.
LWVWI's Winning Nominee to the Wisconsin Governor's 19th Amendment Centennial Committee
Co-founder and Director, Youth Justice Milwaukee & Urban Underground
LWVWI’s Nominations to the Wisconsin Governor’s 19th Amendment Centennial Committee
Retired Executive Director, Harbor House, Appleton
Portage County Supervisor & Steven's Point City Council President
Former president and long-term member of LWV Beloit
Member of the Greater Green Bay League
LWV Door County Member
Fon Du Lac, Wisconsin