Gwendolyn Wilson Fowler

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African-American pharmacist

Why Is Gwendolyn Wilson Fowler Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Gwendolyn Wilson Fowler was an African-American pharmacist, the first black woman licensed in Iowa. She also became the first African-American woman from Iowa to serve in the United States Foreign Service, when she was posted to Vietnam in the 1950s. She was inducted into the Iowa Women's Hall of Fame in 1987.

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