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A. Morrow Lindbergh Award

Established in 2003, the Anne Morrow Lindbergh Award is given periodically for outstanding individual achievement, a spirit of initiative, and exemplifies great dedication toward making positive contributions to our world.

A. Morrow Lindbergh Award Recipients

Dedicated to Improving the World We Live In

Ride's first mission established her as a respected role model for young women around the country, in much the same way as Anne Morrow Lindbergh inspired so many women in her day to explore aviation.

Sally Ride

2003 Recipient

Bestselling Author Sarah Susanka received the Foundation’s Anne Morrow Lindbergh Award for "outstanding individual achievement, a spirit of initiative, and work that exemplifies great dedication toward making positive contributions to our world."

Sarah Susanka

2007 Recipient

Wings WorldQuest Founder Milbry Polk received the Foundation’s Anne Morrow Lindbergh Award for "outstanding individual achievement, a spirit of initiative, and work that exemplifies great dedication toward making positive contributions to our world."

Milbry Polk

2011 Recipient