The Shalvi/Hyman Encyclopedia of Jewish Women

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Noa Meyer

Noa Meyer graduated from Vassar College in 1996 with a B.A. in international studies. Meyer worked in the White House for Hillary Clinton during the Clinton administration, and later at USAID and the Markle Foundation. She currently lives in New York doing non-profit work.

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Helene Gans

Active throughout the twentieth century in the labor and consumer rights movements, Helene Gans devoted her life to improving the lives of working Americans.

Magdalen Flexner

A distinguished lawyer and foreign service officer, Magdalen Flexner succeeded in crossing gender barriers to assume professional positions traditionally reserved for men. Living in a time of social restriction and limited opportunity for women, she defined herself as an independent woman, unfazed by the mold society dictated.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Noa Meyer." (Viewed on December 6, 2023) <>.


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