• Roster

    Check out our searchable roster! Roster of Distinguished Daughters (year in parentheses is year of selection as a Distinguished Daughter) Suzanne Yenchko, Central...

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  • Nominate

    We invite non-profit organizations in Pennsylvania to submit a nomination for a woman to be recognized as a 2015 Distinguished Daughter of Pennsylvania. In...

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  • Donate

    This year our request for your annual contribution comes with some exciting news. For the first time, your contribution to Distinguished Daughters of...

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Former First Lady Susan Corbett welcomed former President Joanne Denworth and incoming President of the Distinguished Daughters, Michele Ridge, at the Governor's Home during the annual luncheon October 15, 2014.

Former First Lady Susan Corbett welcomed former President Joanne Denworth and incoming President of the Distinguished Daughters, Michele Ridge, at the Governor’s Home during the annual luncheon October 15, 2014.

2014 DDs with Gov. Corbett

Daughters in the News

    Distinguished Daughters Video

    The Distinguished Daughters of Pennsylvania are pleased to share this video, produced by the Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition. ¬†We encourage you to watch the 8:21 video and be inspired by the contributions, commitment and compassion of the 2014 Distinguished Daughters. ¬†Congratulations to all the new Daughters – and a special thanks to Pat Halpin-Murphy (2012) and Natalie Kopp at PBCC Continue Reading

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    Distinguished Daughters of Pennsylvania

    Michele M. Ridge, President As President of the Distinguished Daughters of Pennsylvania, I commend Governor Tom Wolf to continue the proud tradition of honoring outstanding women from across the Commonwealth. Governor Duff began the tradition of designating Pennsylvania women as Distinguished Daughters in 1948. Since then, thirteen Governors have named more than 500 women to this exclusive group. For more Continue Reading

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