Paula F. Casey of Memphis has dedicated more than 30 years educating the public about Tennessee’s pivotal role in the 19th Amendment’s ratification with a video, book, e-book, audiobook, and public art. She produced “Generations: American Women Win the Vote,” in 1989 and the book, The Perfect 36: Tennessee Delivers Woman Suffrage, in 1998. She helped place several monuments, including the bas relief plaque inside the Tennessee State Capitol (1998); Tennessee Woman Suffrage Monument (Nashville’s Centennial Park 2016); Sue Shelton White statue (Jackson City Hall 2017). Memphis’ Suffrage Monument will be unveiled in 2020. She co-founded the Tennessee Woman Suffrage Heritage Trail that highlights the monuments, markers, gravesites and suffrage-related sites.