Movers, shakers and women's history-makers born in September. ©Ron Galella/Getty Images Ann Richards, legendary politicians and second female governor of Texas. ©Jack Robinson/Getty Images Lily Tomlin, trailblazing American comedian, actress and Broadway performer. ©Hulton Archive/Getty Images Lydia Kamekeha Liliuokalani, the first female Queen of the Hawaiian Islands from 1891 to 1895 and the last of its ruling monarchs. ©Jason LaVeris/Getty Images Beyonce Knowles, multi-platinum singer and feminist. ©The Washington Post/Getty Images Claudette Colvin, inspired Rosa Parks and the Montgomery, AL, bus boycott by refusing to give up her seat to a white passenger when she was 15 years old, on March 02, 1955, nine months before Parks would repeat the same protest. ©Paul Thompson/Getty Images Jane Addams, suffragist and the first woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize in 1931 who also helped establish the American Civil Liberties Union. ©DEA/G. Dagli Orti/Getty Images Elizabeth I, queen of England from 1558 until 1603. ©Reg Innell/Getty Images Grandma Moses, painter. ©Jeff Kravitz/Getty Images Jane Curtin, comedian and original female "Saturday Night Live" cast member. ©Peter Noble/Getty Images Chrissie Hynde, singer and guitarist for The Pretenders. ©Rene Johson/Getty Images Ruby Bridges, the first black student to desegregate an all-white elementary school in the 1960's. ©Sasha/Getty Images Elsa Schiaparelli, legendary Italian designer who helped bring pants into women's wardrobes and modernize women's underwear. Courtesy: Agnes Scott College Euphemia Lofton Haynes the first African-American woman to earn a Ph.D. in mathematics in 1943. ©Tom Williams/Getty Images Emily Edson Briggs (as played by Natalie Zinn), the first woman reporter to cover the White House and the first president of the Women's National Press Association. ©Keystone-France/Getty Images Margaret Sanger, founder of the first North American family planning center and birth control advocate. ©Hulton Archive/Getty Images Agatha Christie, mystery novelist. ©Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images Amy Poehler, comedian and co-founder of Smart Girls At the Party. ©Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. ©Craig F. Walker/Getty Images Judith Francisca Baca, Latina muralist and community activist. Courtesy: Berkeley Plaques Frances Albrier, social justice activist, labor organizer, founder of the East Bay Women's Welfare Club and one of America's first female welders. ©Donaldson Collection/Getty Images Joan Jett, singer and guitarist of The Runaways. ©Hulton Archive/Getty Images Victoria Woodhull, the first woman to run for U.S. president and one of the first female stock brokers on Wall Street. ©Stock Montage/Getty Images Mary Church Terrell, suffragist, abolitionist and first president of the National Association of Colored Women. ©Jack Mitchell/Getty Images Louise Nevelson, sculptor. Courtesy: The Civil War Parlor Frances E.W. Harper, prolific poet and activist. ©The Washington Post/Getty Images bell hooks, feminist, writer and activist. ©Julian Finney/Getty Images Serena Williams, tennis great. ©George W. Hales/Getty Images Alice Marble, American tennis champion and WW2 spy. ©Pool/Getty Images Michelle Bachelet, first female president of Chile and founding Executive Director of UN Women. ©Pool/Getty Images Gwen Ifill, journalist and Vice Presidential debate moderator. Courtesy: Library of Congress Anne Martin, suffragist and the first woman to run for U.S. Senate in 1918.