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Sallie Bingham Award

Named for KFW’s founder, The Sallie Bingham Award recognizes Kentucky women who are leaders in changing the lives of women and girls across the state by supporting feminist expression in the arts. The award was founded in 1996 by former KFW Director, Ann Stewart Anderson. Honorees are recognized at the annual KFW Day Celebration at Hopscotch House.

Carrie Brunk

2021 Sallie Bingham Award Winner

Kentucky Foundation for Women is pleased to announce that Carrie Brunk will be the recipient of the 2021 Sallie Bingham Award. 

The award will be given at the foundation’s annual celebration of community, KFW Day, on October 3 at a virtual gathering. 

Read the full article on Carrie written by Ellen Birkett Morris!

1996: Mary Jefferson, Writer

1997: Alma Lesch, Textile Artist

1998: Ann Stewart Anderson, Visual Artist

1999: Laverne Zabielski, Writer

2000: Nana Yaa Asantewaa, Storyteller

2001: Pat Buster, KFW Staff

2002: Lorna Littleway, Theatre

2003: Elizabeth Oakes and Jane Olmsted, Writers

2004: Kentucky Women Writers Conference, Writers

2005: Judy Sizemore, Writer

2006: Carridder Jones, Writer

2007: Gail Martin, KFW Board Member

2008: Joyce Ogden, Visual Artist

2009: Crystal Wilkinson, Literary

2010: Kate Larken, Performing- Music

2011: Trish Ayers, Performing-Theatre

2012: Kentucky Domestic Violence Association, Literary, Performance & Visual

2013: Leatha Kendrick, Writer

2014: KFW Community

2015: Nzingha Beverley Sweeney-Sheppard

2016: Bianca Lynne Spriggs

2017: Judi Jennings

2018: Betty Dobson

2019: Elmer Lucille Allen

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