Women Pioneers of Reston 

Women have shaped and influenced Reston in all aspects of life. In March 2018, The Reston Historic Trust & Museum hosted a free public program at RCC Lake Anne, which celebrated the women pioneers of Reston. We are continuing to acknowledge women who have influenced Reston's development between 1961-1975 and 1976 to the present on this webpage. Disclamer: the below is not intended to be a complete list of all of the women who have influenced Reston and all information provided is done to the best of our ability, please notify us if information can be updated concerning the women and their contributions. We hope you enjoy learning more about them. 

 

You can also learn about how early female residents of Reston felt about their new home in this video.

 

Add to our list of women pioneers of Reston by filling out the form at the bottom of this page and we will update the webpage.

 

Women Pioneers 1961-1975

Names listed in Alphabetical order

Click underlined names to learn more!

Business
Religion 
 

Women Pioneers 1976-Present

Names listed in Alphabetical order

Architecture
  • Karen Noel

Art/Music
Education
Media
Religion 
  • Thelma Calbert

  • Rev. Joan Bell-Haynes

Government
  • Pat Noboa Stanton

  • Judy Ushio

Community Development 
Sports
Real Estate
  •  Barbara Aaron

 

We will try to update this page on a monthly basis. We reserve the right to not add to this list if insufficient information is provided or if the information does not support this project. Names will only be placed under one category

Reston Historic Trust & Museum

Lake Anne Plaza

1639 Washington Plaza

Reston, VA  20190

703-709-7700

info@restonmuseum.org 

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