First woman mayor in Romania. She was a teacher and become a mayor in 1930.
Feminist. She studied in France at Sorbonne and Collège de France. She founded the feminist journal Dochia, and run several other feminist journals as Romanca and Viitorul româncelor.
Publicist, feminist. She studied in Iasi and London. In Iasi she worked as a teacher. She founded `Unirea educatoarelor romane` in Iasi (1909-1916).
She took part in the Revolution of 1848 in Transylvania. She studied in Budapest to become a teacher.
She took part with her husband to the Revolution of 1848 in Bucharest. While in exile in Paris, she published Les principautés danubiennes. She inspired Rosenthal for his painting Romania revolutionara (Revolutionary Romania).
Physician. As a woman from Bassarabia, she was an activist for the Romanian unity. She studied medicine in Iasi, she founded ‘Liga culturala a femeilor din Basarabia` and was elected MP in `Sfatul Tarii` and voted for the union of Bassarabia with Romania.
Feminist, writer. She founded ‘Liga drepturilor si datoriilor femeilor’ in Iasi in 1911. Member of the Central committee of the International Women Suffrage Alliance.
Philanthropist. She founded a boarding school for orphans in Bucharest.
Romanian journalist and feminist. She founded in 1872, the first feminist association in Banat, in Timisoara, `Reuniunea doamnelor`.
Patronized charity activities. She kept a salon in Bucharest.