As we approach March and the start of Women's History Month, we put together a list of some of the top leaders from our community who happen to be women. Our panel tossed around dozens of names. This list included local politicians, business and community leaders and many others.

We considered women in Shreveport and Bossier City from all walks of life.

This list has changed a bit over the past few years, but the woman on the top of the list has not changed for several years (other than during the COVID pandemic when Dr. Whyte took over the top spot).

Many of these women will be remembered for making positive change in our community during a tumultuous time. Some of them have moved on to different arenas, but all of them continue to help influence policy and change lives for the better.

Who is missing from our list? Click here to send us an email to add your suggestion.

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