Q. She became the University of Cincinnati’s 25th and first woman president in October 2003.
Q. This actress won an Emmy for her sexy role in the 70s TV sitcom classic “WKRP in Cincinnati.”
Q. This local legend was known as one of the nation’s premier TV and radio broadcasters in the 40s, 50s and 60s and for her charity that provides gifts for hospitalized Tri-State children.
A. Ruth Lyons
Q. This Cleveland-born actress was the first African-American to win the Oscar for Best Actress in the 2001 drama “Monster’s Ball.
A. Halle Berry
Q. Her world-renowned store Fabulous-Furs – headquartered in Covington, KY – provides luxurious synthetic alternatives to real-animal furs and has been worn by countless celebrities.
Q. This chic actress – born in Nelsonville, OH, and who attended the School for the Creative and Performing Arts – is most famous for her role as a Manhattan sex-columnist in an HBO series.
Q. This author of “Song of Solomon” and “Beloved” was born in Lorain, OH, and became the first African-American woman to win a Nobel Prize for Literature in 1993.
Q. She is the CEO and founder of the multi-million dollar Pure Romance, Inc. – based in Loveland, OH – that offers relationship-enhancing sex toy parties for women.
Q. This gun-touting, spunky, red-headed legendary markswoman’s life was celebrated in the 1946 Herbert and Dorothy Fields musical “Annie Get Your Gun.”
A. Annie Oakley
Q. Thought Hilary was the first woman to run for president? Wrong! Touted as the leader of the American woman’s suffrage movement, this woman ran for president back in 1872!