Nora Stanton Blatch (1883-1971) was an American civil engineer, architect, and suffragist. Nora’s mother and grandmother, Harriet Stanton Blatch and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, were both leaders of the women’s rights movements. Nora attended Cornell University, where she became the first woman in the US to earn a degree in civil engineering in 1905. Nora was also the first woman to be admitted as a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers. After graduating from Cornell, Nora worked for the American Bridge Company before taking courses in electricity and mathematics from Columbia University so that she could work as Lee De Forest’s lab assistant, who she later married. She later worked as an architect as well as became the president of the Women’s Political Union in 1915.