WOMEN'S HALL OF FAME
OCCSW Women's Hall of Fame
JOIN US IN CELEBRATING THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE 19TH AMENDMENT RATIFYING WOMEN'S RIGHT TO VOTE.
After its formation in 1995, the OCCSW founded the Okaloosa County Women’s Hall of Fame to honor the women of Okaloosa County - past and present - whose contributions to the arts, athletics, business, education, government, the humanities, philanthropy and science, have been of great value to our community’s development. Each year's inductees are honored on a wall in the Okaloosa County Administrative Annex in Shalimar, FL.
The Hall is a monument to exceptional women in our county’s history.
Professional Background & Accomplishments
Personal Bio or Resume
Letters of Recommendation
Unique Contributions in Community Service
Professional & Civic Organizations
Women Specific Impact
Hall of Fame Categories
Applicants may choose up to two of these categories to be considered for:
Carolyn Spencer Humanitarian Inductee
A woman who has made significant contributions to the welfare of the human and/or animal populations of Okaloosa County.
A woman who has made great contributions to the education field or received high recognition in Okaloosa County. This is a woman who has gone over and above in her education career.
Mattie Kelly Cultural Arts Inductee
This woman will have contributed significantly to the arts in Okaloosa County.
A woman who has made significant contributions to Okaloosa County within the past 10 years.
A woman who as a civilian has contributed greatly to our military community here or a woman who has had an exemplary career in the military, showing a great leadership during her service and is now a permanent resident of Okaloosa County.
Community Service Inductee
This woman has given extraordinary commitment and service to our Okaloosa County community.
A woman who has been a trailblazer for women in Okaloosa County or has made significant contributions to the founding and/or growth of Okaloosa County.
Business Leader Inductee
This woman has grown a significant business in Okaloosa County, has contributed to the growth of women as entrepreneurs, climbed to the top of her career field or held a high leadership position in her company.
This woman can be from any of these categories who contributed greatly to the Women of Okaloosa County and is now deceased.