Gertrude Leverkus was a pioneering architect who provided housing for other working women
Margaret Bateson was a journalist who gave voice to the work of women
Maud Carpenter ran the Liverpool Playhouse for nearly forty years and became a local legend.
May Morris worked in the family business but made her own distinct contribution to the development of British craft.
Lucy Wertheim used her position to further the careers of women in the art world
Ethel Wood had an impact on a wide range of organisations between the wars but has been forgotten by all of them.
Anne Meerloo set up her own advertising business when she still in her early 20s
Marion Dorn left her mark on Britain with her innovative textiles.
Through her leadership of the Good Housekeeping Institute, Dorothy Cottington-Taylor equipped women to make light work of housework.
Margaret Havinden shook up the world of advertising between the wars and shaped the identity of brands we still see today.