The Quigley Family
2011 Alice Paul
at The Mansion
Plaza 3000, Voorhees, NJ
Tickets may be
purchased online using the button below (w $3.49 convenience
Order tickets by check, made payable to "API", and mail to
PO Box 1376, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054.
Tickets may also be purchased by phone- 856-231-1885 or email-
Join the Alice Paul Institute
as we honor individuals who capture the spirit of Alice Paul
at our 2011 Alice Paul
Equality Awards. This gala will be held at The Mansion
(Voorhees, NJ) on April 28, from 6:00 to 9:00pm.
The awards honor individuals from any industry or field who
capture the spirit of Alice Paul, and as a consequence,
either directly or indirectly, continue Alice's mission of
advancing women's equality in America.
The evening will feature a cocktail hour with heavy
appetizers and an open bar. Dessert and the
awards to follow.
Senator Diane Allen
New Jersey State Senator
President, Women's Political
Caucus of New Jersey
President/CEO, Holman Enterprises
President, CEO, The Bank
Founder/Former CEO, Women's Fund
of New Jersey
Barbara Lee, Esq.
Counsel, Edwards, Angell, Palmer &
|The Alice Paul Equality Awards
are named in memory of Alice Stokes Paul
(1885-1977). Born in Mount Laurel, NJ, Alice
dedicated her life to the single cause of securing
equal rights for all women. Alice Paul led the
final campaign for women's right to vote.
After the 1920 victory, she authored the Equal
Rights Amendment and initiated gender equality
principles in both the United Nations Charter and in
the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
The Alice Paul Institute was created in 1985 to
enhance public awareness of Paul's life and work.
API acquired Paulsdale, her Mount Laurel birthplace
and home, in 1990 and has developed the site as a
women's history and leadership center.
Paulsdale, a National Historic Landmark, was
restored to appear as it did when Paul lived there,
from 1885 to 1920.
The Spirit of Alice cornerstones:
Proven leadership skills
Takes action amidst considerable
challenge and resistance
Moves others to affect positive
Breaks accepted tradition and
Strategic, visionary and
Paves the way for future women