The article by necessity is over simplified, but there are some areas which seem wanting.
Her achievement as American Woman of the Year and her celebrity status second only to Eleanor Roosevelt among non-entertainers.
The complexity of why whe was not awarded the Nobel Prize--the comittee never knew she had been involved with the research, much less that she was the one who realized what they had accomplished. Hahn had no idea.
The reasons for her "conversion" from Judiasm. In reality she had no interest in any religion and partook of none.
Her extreme success as a scientist who was both Jewish and female. She was so superior that despite all the prejudice of the era, she achieved the highest levels of scientific administrative authority possible in Germany despite her gender.
SHe was so well accepted by the male scientific elite of the era, that she was the only woman who was "one of the boys" and attended social scientific meetings in the homes of leading scientists. SHe was in the same group with Albert Einstein at his peak of fame. Until Hitler, the tradional sexism and anti-semitism just evaporated to her brilliance. MArie Curie was never entirely accepted by the scientific establishment. Meitner was; her only problems were with the politicians and administrators. Until medern times she was perhaps the only major female scientist who had little problem of acceptance within the scientific establishment. The only other who came close was Émilie du Châtelet in France years earlier.
Last, there are many public domain pictures of Lisa Meitner. If you would want I will be happy to send some to you.
I am in the midst of doing a type of scientific biography of Meitner, and perhaps know too much as an excyclopedia article is not for scholare like me. But I think there could be improvements.