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SWE Recognizes Ada Pressman Members at WE20

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The Society of Women Engineers is pleased to formally recognize the following individuals who have committed to including SWE in their estate plans. This list represents individuals who formally communicated their intent to be recognized by SWE through October 1, 2020:

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Barbara W. Benko
Barbara Brockett
Betty Shanahan
Bernice E. Brody
B.J. Harrod*
Carolyn F. Phillips
Claire M. Shortall
Debra A. Kimberling
Deborah J. O’Bannon
Deborah Willems
Diane DiFrancesco
E. D. Kam Kersey
Emilie Steinhoff
Elizabeth Bierman
Elizabeth (Betty) Ann Irish
Ellen Gentry
Gail Dyer
Georgette M. Michko
Heather Doty
Heather Lynn Tedder
Hope R. Piuck
Hannah Stovall
Jeffrey Brody
Jaclyn A. Spear
Janet L. Williams
Jill S. Tietjen
Judith A. Kersey
Judith Mason
Judith Nitsch
Katherine C. Norris, P.E.
Kathleen F. Harer
Linda Freeman
Linda Marincel
Lora Dudley Lechago
Lori Lynn Kahn
Margaret J. Lyons, P.E.
Marjorie Inden
Mary Bonk Isaac
Mary Hazelton
Mary V. Jones
Michele Marie O’Shaughnessy
Natalie Noel Vanderspiegel                    
N. J. Taber
Paula Loring Simon
Paula McDonald
Phyllis S. Gaylard
Rachel Morford
Ron Horton
Rosemary L. Lafrance
Stacey M. DelVecchio
Sandy Pettit, PhD, PE
Sandy Postel
Thomas W. Benko
Virginia Counts
Yvonne Simms

*Posthumously recognized

By including SWE in your estate and planned giving, you play a powerful role in ensuring our resources are available for future generations of women engineers. In recognition of your commitment to include SWE in your estate plan, we will honor you as a member in our Ada Pressman Society.

To learn more about the Ada Pressman Society and the benefits of joining, please visit or email Honna George at

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