Ann Richards


Born
in Lakeview, Texas, The United States
September 01, 1933

Died
September 13, 2006

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Ann Richards was the 45th governor of Texas who appointed record numbers of women and minorities to state boards and agencies. She was a strong feminist and believed a lot in education. Richards also served on numerous boards of philanthropic, educational and public interest organizations. After her death in 2006, the Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders was opened in Austin, TX to continue her legacy.

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“After all, Ginger Rogers did everything that Fred Astaire did. She just did it backwards and in high heels.”
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“I believe in recovery, and as a role model I have the responsibility to let young people know that you can make a mistake and come back from it.”
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“The here and now is all we have, and if we play it right it's all we'll need.”
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