Established in 1993 by the AIHA Board of Directors with the first award granted in 1995, the Alice Hamilton Award shall be presented to an outstanding woman who has made a definitive, lasting achievement in the field of occupational and environmental hygiene through public and community service, social reform, technological innovation or advancements in the scientific approach to the recognition, evaluation, and control of workplace hazards. The awardee shall have been engaged in occupational hygiene or a related discipline a minimum of 10 years and shall be recognized by her peers to be competent in her chosen field, dedicated to scientific truth, and committed to positive change for worker health.
2014 -- Denese A. Deeds, CIH
2013 -- Susan D. Ripple, MS, CIH
2012 -- Cindy Coe, CIH
2011 -- Chris Laszcz-Davis, MS, CIH, REA
2010 -- Lynn C. O'Donnell, CIH
2009 -- Donna M. Doganiero, CIH
2008 -- Carol H. Rice, PhD, CIH
2007 -- Martha A. Waters, PhD, CIH
2006 -- Lisa M. Brosseau, ScD, CIH
2005 -- Award Not Given
2004 -- Carolyn F. Phillips, CIH, CSP, PE
2003 -- Patricia A. Brogan, PhD, CIH
2002 -- Barbara Webster, PA-C
2001 -- Peg Seminario, MSc
2000 -- Dr. Moira Yeung
1999 -- Linda Rosenstock, MD
1998 -- Alice H. Suter, Ph.D.
1997 -- Anna M. Baetjer, Sc.D. (posthumously)
1996 -- Alice C. Farrar
1995 -- Eula Bingham, Ph.D.