The Women's Hall of Fame recognizes outstanding women for their achievements and contributions to Alameda County and its residents. The program honors women in 13 different categories at a luncheon and awards ceremony held each year. Through this event and other community activities, the Women's Hall of Fame generates funds to support organizations that help women and families in Alameda County, including efforts to provide comprehensive breast cancer prevention, education, and treatment services.
Thirteen outstanding women were inducted into the Alameda County Women's Hall of Fame at its annual awards luncheon on March 30, 2019. More than 450 people attended the event, which raised funds for community partners serving women and families in Alameda County. In addition, two Youth inductees - Laura Savio and Akemi Williams - were each presented with $5,000 scholarships through the
Mary V. King "Leading the Way" Youth Scholarship Fund.
View the 2019 Inductees