Women’s suffragist who was simply instrumental in assisting to complete the 18th and 19th amendments to america Constitution. She went to North Western Woman University and pursued a profession as a instructor. Her lifelong battle for woman suffrage led to her becoming the first female memorialized in Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol. Her parents had been Josiah Flint Willard and Mary Thompson Hill Willard. She and Alice Paul both fought to move the 19th Amendment, which eventually gave women the proper to vote in america.