Who we are
EVE is a group of people committed to creating Equal Visibility Everywhere for women. Founded in March 2010, we are a national not-for-profit dedicated to achieving gender parity in the symbols and icons of the United States.
EVE will work to change the culture and face of America one symbol at a time. We will:
- encourage state legislatures to add more statues of women to National Statuary Hall;
- suggest women for the U.S. Postal Service to commemorate on stamps;
- propose that municipalities name streets and buildings after prominent female citizens, and persuade school systems nationwide to increase the number of schools named after women;
- encourage the government and private sector to include women in the celebrations of our nation’s heritage;
- analyze the gender ratio of monuments and memorials on the local, state, and national level, and encourage greater representation of women;
- advocate the full and fair treatment of women and women’s history in our nation’s museums;
- urge our government to include more women’s images on our coinage and to print a second set of paper money featuring images of great American women; and
- educate the private sector regarding the lack of female images in media representations.
Dr. Lynette Long is a licensed psychologist in private practice in Chevy Chase, Maryland. Dr. Long received her Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry, a Master of Science in Mathematics, and a Doctorate in Educational and Counseling Psychology, all from the University of Illinois. In addition to almost twenty years in private practice, Dr. Long has served as a high school mathematics teacher, a school principal, the clinical director of an in-patient drug rehabilitation center, and a college professor.
Dr. Long is the author of twenty books, including numerous psychological titles and fourteen math books. She is best known for The Handbook for Latchkey Children and Their Working Parents, which she co-authored with her former husband. Dr. Long has also published extensively in trade and professional journals and has appeared on hundreds of radio and television programs, including The Today Show, CBS Morning News, The Phil Donahue Show and Geraldo. Dr. Long hosted her own call-in radio show for Armed Forces Network, One-on-One with Dr. Lynette Long, where she answered questions of a psychological nature.
Dr. Long has spent her entire career fighting for women’s issues. She has conducted extensive research into numerous topics, including but not limited to: sexism in children’s television programming, the impact of toy selection on vocational choice, gender bias in U.S. stamps, and the sex-based achievement gap in mathematics.
Dr. Long is the author of Math Smarts: Tips, Tricks, and Secrets for Making Math More Fun! (American Girl Library Series), a book designed to help girls improve their math performance. Dr. Long was also the founder of “Color Math Pink,” an award winning website that promoted math achievement for girls.
- Dr. Lynette Long, President: email@example.com
- Suzanne Scoggins, Director of Women’s History: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jennifer Lee, California State Director: email@example.com
- Halane Hughes, Facebook Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Rochelle Keyhan, Research Associate
Legal and Tax Information
Equal Visibility Everywhere, Inc. (EVE) is a not-for-profit corporation organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes. We are non-political and non-partisan. Our mission is to educate the general public and institutions regarding gender bias, and to help create gender parity in the symbols and icons of our nation.
EVE is a tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, effective date March 5, 2010. The IRS further classifies EVE as a public charity under Internal Revenue Code section 170(b)(1)(A)(vi). All donations to EVE are tax-deductible. Equal Visibility Everywhere’s Tax Identification Number (also known as Employee Identification Number or EIN) is 27-1749592.
We were incorporated in the District of Columbia in March 2010.
Address and Contact Information
- Mailing Address:
Equal Visibility Everywhere, Inc.
1400 Church Street NW, Apartment 201
Washington, DC 20005
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