48 Arizona Women project

48 Arizona Women was launched during Arizona’s Centennial, designated as an official Arizona Centennial Legacy Project. The project has honored numerous influential Arizona women, including luminaries such as retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, former Arizona governors, women in law enforcement, education and many others. We hear more from Connie Robinson, chair of the 48 Arizona Women project and Tawn Downs, vice president of marketing and communications from the Arizona Historical Museum and Heritage Center, a 48 Arizona Women partner.

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Connie Robinson, chair of the 48 Arizona Women project
Tawn Downs, vice president of marketing and communications from the Arizona Historical Museum and Heritage Center

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