Kimberly Jensen received her Ph.D. from the University of Iowa in women's and U.S. history. She teaches history and gender studies at Western Oregon University.
Jensen is a member of the editorial boards of the Oregon Historical Quarterly and the Oregon Encyclopedia Project and serves as a commissioner on the statewide Oregon Heritage Commission.
Jensen's books include Oregon's Doctor to the World: Esther Pohl Lovejoy and a Life in Activism (Seattle: University of Washington Press), Mobilizing Minerva: American Women in the First World War (University of Illinois Press, 2008) and coeditor, with Erika Kuhlman, of Women and Transnational Activism in Historical Perspective (Dordrecht: Republic of Letters, 2010).
Janice Dilg is an independent historian from Portland, Oregon. She holds an MA in history from Portland State University and has been the Project Director for Century of Action: Oregon Women Vote, 1912-2012 since 2008.
Dilg's article in the Spring 2009 issue of the Oregon Historical Quarterly, "For Working Women in Oregon: Caroline Gleason/Sister Miriam Theresa and Oregon's Minimum Wage Law," was part of that publication's Statehood Sesquicentennial Series.
Since 2006, she has taught the Portland State University Senior Capstone, Monumental Women, a course that documents women's civic contributions to Portland online and through walking tours.
Eliza Canty-Jones is Editor of the Oregon Historical Quarterly and Public Outreach Manager for the Oregon Historical Society. She earned an MA in Pacific Northwest and public history from Portland State University and a BA in English literature from St. Mary's College of Maryland.
Canty-Jones is the President of the Oregon Women's History Consortium Board of Directors for the Century of Action: Oregon Women Vote, 1912-2012.
She has been published in the Oregon Historical Quarterly and 1859, Oregon's Magazine, and she serves on the Multnomah County Cultural Coalition.
Barbara Roberts was elected Oregon's first woman Governor in 1990, becoming one of the first ten female governors in America. She had held public office for twenty-four years, including serving as Oregon House Majority Leader and Oregon Secretary of State.
Following her time as Governor, Roberts spent a decade in higher education administration at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and the Hatfield School at Portland State University.
She is the author of the autobiography Up the Capitol Steps: A Woman's March to the Governorship (Oregon State University Press, 2011) and Death Without Denial, Grief Without Apology (NewSage Press 2002).
Grant Miller received a BA in psychology from Yale College, a master's degree in public policy from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and a PhD in health policy/economics also from Harvard.
Miller is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine, a Core Faculty Member at the Center for Health Policy/Primary Care and Outcomes Research, a Senior Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, and a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). His primary interests are health and development economics and economic demography.
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