While women's empowerment and gains made around the globe are receiving increasing (and well-deserved) attention, the hard work of many women in their own religious communities to advocate for decision-making authority and acknowledgment of harmful policies often goes unnoticed or is misunderstood. I co-edited with Joanna Brooks and Rachel Hunt Steenblik this anthology of Mormon feminist writings published by Oxford University Press to bring to light the incredible contributions made by Mormon women who have been thought leaders in their church and the broader community. For example, Mormon feminist Esther Eggertsen Peterson was key in passing the Equal Pay Act in 1963 and was Assistant Secretary of Labor under President Kennedy.