SGA celebrates lady leadership

On Nov. 9, 1916, Montana’s Jeanette Rankin became the first woman ever elected to a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. One hundred years later, the United States could elect its first female president and Vermont could elect its second female governor. Meanwhile, Johnson State’s current Student Government Association roster continues to work to reach and maintain gender equity and diversity throughout its own campus.

More information: http://www.basementmedicine.org/top-stories/2016/10/13/sga-celebrates-lady-leadership/

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