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Louise Evans Honored for Service to the Psychology of Women

An Emeritus member of the Academy received the Corann Okorodudu International Women’s Advocacy Award of 2009.

Published April 15, 2010

Louise Evans, an Emeritus member of the Academy and diplomate of the American Board of Professional Psychology, was the recipient of the Corann Okorodudu International Women’s Advocacy Award of 2009. The award was presented by the Society for the Psychology of Women (Division 35) at the American Psychological Association’s annual convention to Evans, “a heroine in the field,” for her “more than four decades of continuous service to the psychology of women internationally.”