Carrie Chapman Catt Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Carrie Chapman Catt

This Biography is about one of the best Professional Women’s Rights Activists of the world Carrie Chapman Catt including her Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Carrie Chapman Catt
Real Name Carrie Chapman Catt
Profession Women’s Rights Activists
Famous as Women’s Rights Activists
Nationality American
Personal Life of Carrie Chapman Catt
Born on 09 January 1859
Birthday 9th January
Died At Age 88
Sun Sign Capricorn
Born in Ripon
Died on 09 March 1947
Place of death New Rochelle
Grouping of People Feminists
Education Iowa State University
Founder/Co-Founder Woman’s Peace Party, League of Women Voters, National American Woman Suffrage Association, International Alliance of Women
Personal Fact of Carrie Chapman Catt

Carrie Chapman Catt was an American women’s rights activist who campaigned for the Nineteenth Amendment of U.S. Constitution. She designed the strategy for the ultimate victory of the woman’s suffrage movement and founded the League of Women Voters. Born in Wisconsin, Carrie was raised in lowa and worked as a teacher in order to pay her own way through Iowa State College.

Then, she served as the superintendent of schools for a couple of years and worked in newspapers before getting involved in social activism. After the demise of her first husband, she joined the National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA), later assuming the position of its president, and emerged as a leader in the fight to earn women’s voting rights. Later, she assumed the command of the New York woman’s suffrage movement and was reelected the head of NAWSA in 1915. As president, she reorganized NAWSA and worked out a 6-year plan, securing a constitutional amendment that empowered women with the right to vote.

Carrie founded the League of Women Voters as a means to advance those reforms for which women had sought the ballot and later also contributed in the Committee on the Cause and Cure of War during the 1920s. An effective speaker, a brilliant organizer, a diplomat and a politician, Carrie worked for women empowerment and social welfare throughout her life

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