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Women in Maryland

This list has 12 sub-lists and 17 members. See also Women in the United States by state, Gender in Maryland
  • The Real Housewives of Potomac
    The Real Housewives of Potomac Maryland-based reality television series in the United States
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    We follow the lives of 6 women residents of Potomac, Maryland. Each in various stages of life and affluence. Shaping their community and their lives. more »
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    The Real Housewives of Potomac (abbreviated RHOP) is an American reality television series that premiered on January 17, 2016, on Bravo. Developed as the eighth installment of The Real Housewives franchise, it has aired four seasons and focuses on the personal and professional lives of several women living in Potomac, Maryland.
  • Miss Maryland
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    The Miss Maryland competition is the pageant that selects the representative for the state of Maryland in the Miss America pageant.
  • Chi Iota Pi
    Chi Iota Pi Topic
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    Chi Iota Pi Sorority, Inc. (ΧΙΠ) is a multicultural non-profit collegiate sorority founded on November 23, 2004, by 8 women from the University of Maryland whose ethnicities included Caucasian, Latina, and South Asian. The sorority, although young in comparison to its other Greek counterparts, has expanded to several institutions and has reached a higher level of diversity through the addition of ethnic representation of African, African-American, East Asian, Caribbean, European, and Multiracial women. The organization focuses on empowering its sisters, campus communities, local communities, and larger communities through educational, advocacy, service, and social programming.
  • Impartial Female Humane Society
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    The Impartial Female Humane Society was an early 19th-century benevolent organization established to assist distressed women in Baltimore, Maryland. The society was formed in 1802 and incorporated in 1811. Its most noted president was Mary Pickersgill, the seamstress who made the Star Spangled Banner Flag, who served from 1828 to 1851. Under Pickersgill, the society opened an Aged Women's Home in 1851. The home, which was supplemented with a men's home in 1864, became the focus of the society, and today the organization has evolved into the Pickersgill Retirement Community in Towson, Maryland.
  • Miss Maryland Teen USA
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    The Miss Maryland Teen USA competition is the pageant that selects the representative for the state of Maryland in the Miss Teen USA pageant.
  • 1949 U.S. Women's Open Golf Championship
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    The 1949 U.S. Women's Open Golf Championship was the fourth U.S. Women's Open, held September 22–25 at Prince George's Country Club in Landover, Maryland, a suburb east of Washington, D.C.
  • Association of Black Women Historians
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    The Association of Black Women Historians (ABWH) is a non-profit professional association based in Silver Spring, Maryland in the United States. The organization was developed in 1977 and formally founded in 1979.
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    The Miss Maryland World competition is a beauty pageant that selects the representative for Maryland in the Miss World America pageant.
  • Feminist Studies Academic journal
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    Feminist Studies is a peer-reviewed academic journal covering women's studies that was established in 1972. It is an independent nonprofit publication housed at the University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland. Besides scholarly articles, the journal also publishes creative writing (poetry, fiction, and memoirs), art work and art essays, book reviews, political and social commentaries, interviews, and activist reports.
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    The Center for Women In Technology (CWIT) was established at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in July 1998. The center's original name was the "Center for Women and Information Technology", and it was founded to encourage women as both developers of information technology and to women's experiences as users of IT. The original CWIT site included a large number of resources and links and served as a clearinghouse about women and information technology. This work included focusing on K-12 education as well as supporting university students, and work force advancement and retention. The center has included engineering majors since 2006, and in 2011 its name was changed to the Center for Women In Technology.
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