Nancy Duff Campbell, Founder and Co-President Emerita
Nancy Duff Campbell is founder and Co-President Emerita of the National Women’s Law Center, one of the nation’s preeminent women’s rights organizations. A recognized expert on women’s law and public policy issues, for over 45 years Ms. Campbell has participated in the development and implementation of key legislative initiatives and litigation protecting women’s rights, with a particular emphasis on issues affecting low-income women and their families.
Marcia D. Greenberger, Founder and Co-President Emerita
Described as “guiding the battles of the women’s rights movement” by the New York Times, Marcia Greenberger is founder and Co-President Emerita of the National Women’s Law Center. The creation of the Center almost forty-five years ago established her as the first full-time women’s rights legal advocate in Washington, D.C.