Two Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame inductees were selected for induction
into the 2017 National Women’s Hall of Fame class
Temple Grandin, PhD (2012) An animal sciences pioneer and champion of farm animal welfare whoseinnovations transformed the livestock handling industry. Diagnosed at age two with Autism Spectrum Disorder she went on to apply her personal insights in designing systems to reduce animal stress during
the handling process.
Carol A. Mutter (2004) Carol Mutter served for over 31 years in the US Marine Corps, attaining the rankof Lieutenant General and is the first woman Marine three star general, first woman to be qualified as Command Center Crew Commander / Space Commander at US Space Command, and first woman of general/flag rank to command a major deployable tactical command. General Mutter was and continues to be a strong leader, advocate and role model for women in the military
Minnie Harding (2016), who lived from 1857 until 1937, impacted thousands of women in Colorado. The Minnie Harding Award for Overcoming Adversity will be presented at the Fremont’s Exceptional Women event in March more information. More
Sue Anschutz-Rogers (2008) inducted into Colorado Business Journal’s Hallof Fame, class of 2017. Sue Anschutz-Rodgers serves as trustee, chair of the board and president of the Anschutz Family Foundation, which is dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals and communities. She has dedicated a good portion of her life to charitable work with nonprofit boards. Anschutz-Rogers has received many honors, including the Citizen of the West Award.
Miriam Goldberg (1987) was known throughout the United States for her leadership in print media, died in January at the age of 100. She was the publisher of the Intermountain Jewish News, a Denver based-paper known for its national news scope. She served as past vice president of Hadassah, past president of the PTA, and a Braille transcriber and served on the executive board of the Colorado Press Association. She received many awards, including the 1987 Colorado Woman of the Year from the Colorado Press Women’s Association. Former Governor Richard Lamm proclaimed September 9, 1982, as Miriam Goldberg Recognition Day.