This year’s inductees are: La Juana Chambers Lawson – Business & Finance;Teresa Niño – Civic Leadership; Anita Uribe Martin – Communications; Rosalinda “Chayito” Champion – Creative Arts; Teresa Ann Silva, Ph.D. – Education Pre K-12; Norma Elia Martinez Rogers, Ph.D., RNN, FAAN – Health Professions;Barbara Taylor M.D., M.S. – Health Professions; Kelly Nash, Ph.D. – Higher Education; Rebecca Helterbrand -Innovation; Judge Yolanda Huff – Law; Anne Parker Krause – Military; Melissa Cabello Havrda – Public Service; Morgan McMahon – Public Service; JoAnn Browning – Science & Technology; Marcie Tallman Ince – Volunteerism.

The SAWHOF Class of 2024 will be inducted at a scholarship fundraising gala marking Women’s

History Month at 6 pm Saturday, March 9, at Valero Energy’s “The Vista” Event Center. For tickets, visit the SAWHOF website at Proceeds will go toward scholarships for students at the Young Women’s Leadership Academy in the San Antonio Independent School District. The theme of Women’s History Month 2024 is “Women Who Advocate for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion.”

The SAWHOF and some of its founding members also will be recognized at the San Antonio City Council meeting March 7 in honor of the organization’s 40th anniversary and Women’s History Month. The SAWHOF was founded in 1984 with 53 inductees and the nonprofit organization has grown to more than 500 members.