In August of 1920, women in America were finally granted the right to vote. This outcome came after years of tireless effort from women around the nation determined to empower their American sisters with this fundamental right.
Known as Suffragettes, one such activist working for the right to vote in Michigan, was Margaret Hankey Curtis, Great-Grandmother to Impact100 Founder, Wendy Steele.
This empowering moment inspires each of us to honor and celebrate how far we have come together. Building upon the legacy of women, empowerment, and leadership, Impact100 will invite the 54 Impact100 Chapters in the U.S to join the celebration by raising a cup to celebrate at an EqualiTea’s hosted within their local communities during the month of August. These events honored the women of our past, present, and future.