Mary Cecil Tenison Woods (nee Kitson) (1893–1971) was a South Australian lawyer and social activist. She was the first female lawyer and public notary in South Australia.
Dame Roma Mitchell
Dame Roma Mitchell was a barrister, judge, Governor of South Australia and Chancellor of the University of Adelaide. She was the first woman to hold these high profile positions.
Rosemary Taylor was responsible for evacuating more than 4000 orphans during the Vietnam War. She spent her life working with the poor and underprivileged, initially in Southeast Asia.
Tegan Brink joined the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in 2003 to pursue a career in diplomacy and has undertaken foreign policy, trade and legal roles.
Maddie Kelly / Ethnie Johnston
Dr Suzanne Mashtoub leads a research team investigating intestinal disease at the Gastroenterology Department at the Adelaide Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
Portrait of Dame Roma Mitchell 1954, Painting, State Library of South Australia PRG 778/57/1, viewed 19 August 2020, <https://collections.slsa.sa.gov.au/resource/PRG+778/57/1>.