Oregon Women’s History Consortium would like to recognize the contributions of the individuals, leaders and organizations who made Century of Action possible.

Click here for a complete list of Century of Action supporters.

Northwest History Network

NHN logoThe Northwest History Network is a non-profit corporation registered with the State of Oregon committed to expanding understanding of history and culture through collaboration, professional development & support, and public engagement. To learn more go to

Oregon Heritage Commission

OR Heritaqe CommissionServing more than 800 heritage organizations, the Oregon Heritage Commission coordinates efforts to solve statewide heritage issues through grants, education and advocacy. To learn more go to

Secretary of State’s Office

Secretary of State's OfficeThe Secretary of State is the keeper of The State of Oregon’s History, the auditor of public funds and the first stop for Oregon businesses and the State’s chief elections officer. To learn more go to

American Association of University Women

AAUWAAUW will be a powerful advocate and visible leader in equity and education through research, philanthropy, and measurable change in critical areas impacting the lives of women and girls. To learn more go to

Center for Women, Politics & Policy

Center  for Women Polotics & Policy The Center for Women, Politics & Policy housed in the Hatfield School of Government at Portland State University is the only Center of its kind in the Northwest. The mission of the Center is to increase women’s leadership in public policy through targeted research, teaching and award-winning community service programs. The Center works toward this goal by promoting scholarship that examines the presence and role of women in politics and public policy and by providing diverse and inclusive service programs (NEW Leadership™ Oregon and Teens Lead™) that will develop the next generation of women leaders who will serve the city, state, region and nation.

League of Women Voters of Oregon

League of Women VotersThe League of Women Voters, founded in 1920 by participants in the struggle for woman suffrage, is a grassroots, nonpartisan political organization for both women and men that encourages informed and active participation in government through education and advocacy.  To learn more go to

Oregon Commission for Women

State of OregonThe mission of the Oregon Commission for Women is to work for the implementation and establishment of economic, social, legal, and political equality for women and to maintain a continuing assessment of the issues and needs confronting women in Oregon.

Oregon Encyclopedia

Oregon EncyclopediaThe Oregon Encyclopedia provides definitive, general information about the State of Oregon, its places, culture, institutions, significant events, and the people that shaped them. The user-friendly electronic format is intended for use by students, teachers, researchers, and general information-seekers.

YWCA of Portland

YWCA of PortlandSince our start in 1901, the YWCA of Greater Portland has been at the forefront of empowering women in our community. Today, the YWCA of Greater Portland is dedicated to changing lives by empowering women and their families to achieve safety, opportunity, and independence. To learn more, go to

Archival Partners

Des Chutes County Historical Museum

Holy Names Heritage Center

Oregon Historical Society Research Library

Oregon Health Sciences University, Historical Collections and Archive

Oregon Jewish Museum

Oregon State Archives

Portland State University Library, Special Collections

University of Oregon, Special Collections and University Archives

Willamette University, Archives and Special Collections