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Ruth Porat, 2012

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Financial executive Ruth Porat in 2012 at the Bloomberg Markets Conference.
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Financial executive Ruth Porat in 2012 at the Bloomberg Markets Conference.
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Harriet B. Lowenstein, 1918

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Harriet B. Lowenstein in 1918.
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Harriet B. Lowenstein in 1918.
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Representative Gladys Noon Spellman

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United States Representative Gladys Noon Spellman, from Maryland's 5th congressional district, 1975-1981.
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United States Representative Gladys Noon Spellman, from Maryland's 5th congressional district, 1975-1981.

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Gladys Noon Spellman

During her five years in Congress, Gladys Noon Spellman was a voice for fiscal reform.

Stephanie Pollack

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Stephanie Pollack, Secretary of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation.
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Stephanie Pollack, Secretary of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation.
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Anna Jacobson Schwartz

Anna Jacobson Schwartz was credited as one of the world’s greatest monetary scholars for her work at the National Bureau of Economic Research and her incisive scholarship on economic history.

Elizabeth Brandeis Raushenbush

Elizabeth Brandeis Raushenbush followed in the footsteps of her famous father, Louis Brandeis, by becoming a leader in labor legislation and helping lay the groundwork for the New Deal.

Jessica Blanche Peixotto

Jessica Blanche Peixotto defied convention and her family to become a respected authority in the field of economics.

Esther Lowenthal

Esther Lowenthal’s long career teaching economics at Smith explored subjects from government spending and taxation to the theories of socialist economists.

Diane von Furstenberg

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Fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg.

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Fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg.

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