The Lieutenant Governor’s Women of Achievement Award is designed to recognize and honor the diverse accomplishments of Missouri women in conjunction with Women’s History Month. The ten recipients were honored at a ceremony in March.

“I was raised by a single mother of six, which greatly impacted my life, and I wanted to create a way to honor the incredible work women do in Missouri,” said Lt. Governor Mike Kehoe. “These ten recipients are diverse in talent, from agriculture to entrepreneurship, and community service to non-for-profit work. They are also a direct representation of the high achievement this award is intended to represent.”

Learn more about the honorees.