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Nancy M. Hill
Nancy Maria Hill (November 19, 1833 – January 8, 1919) was an American Civil War nurse who later became one of the first women physicians in the United States. She specialized in obstetrics and founded what is now called Hillcrest Family Services, an organization providing support to single mothers and their children in Dubuque, Iowa.
Nancy M. Dowdy
Nancy M. O'Fallon Dowdy is an American nuclear physicist who was instrumental in nuclear disarmament negotiations between the U.S. and the Soviet Union after the Cold War. She received her doctorate in physics in 1966. After she developed her career as a nuclear physicist, she turned to politics, where she served as a representative of the United States on a commission for arms control. In 1992 she was nominated by Pres. George H. W. Bush to be Special Representative for Arms Control Negotiation and Disarmament in the aftermath of the Cold War. She has been designated a Fellow of the American Physical Society, in recognition of her role on treaty verification, her research accomplishments and leadership in research, and leadership and service on behalf of women in physics.
Nancy M. Reichardt
Nancy M. Reichardt was a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist, who wrote for United Feature Syndicate.
Nicole M. LeBlanc
Nicole Mercedes LeBlanc is head milliner of Fleur de Paris in New Orleans. She grew up in New Orleans and received a B.A. in French and Political Science in 1985 from Newcomb College of Tulane University. Since 1983 she has been designing hats exclusively for Fleur de Paris in New Orleans ’ French Quarter. LeBlanc has designed at least 15,000 hats – no two exactly alike — since she began her millinery career.
Margaret M. Nice
Nancy M. O'Fallon Dowdy