Twice a year we have our local nonprofit partners nominate a “soHza sister”. She is a woman who inspires othersnot by what she says, but by what she does.

Sheree Lynch, nominated by Women of Excellence

Sheree Lynch, nominated by Women of Excellence

Sheree Lynch, nominated by Women of Excellence By: Susie Owens It’s a humbling experience to take help from someone.  The exchange between two human beings of offering and receiving help is an intimate act of trust and gratitude. Each of us has felt the relief of...

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Denise Mirman, nominated by The Women’s Fund

Denise Mirman, nominated by The Women’s Fund

Denise Mirman, nominated by The Women's Fund By: Star Staubach From an early age, Denise Mirman remembers feeling frustrated because she didn’t get to engage in the same activities the boys did. Instead of learning the outdoor readiness tools like the Boy Scouts did,...

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April,  nominated by Freedom a la Cart

April, nominated by Freedom a la Cart

April, nominated by Freedom a la Cart by: Susie Owens In the back of her car are hats, scarves, coats, a few McDonalds gift cards, and a list of emergency phone numbers, including a suicide hotline.  April passes out her survival bags to the girls who walk the streets...

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Jenny O’Donnell,  nominated by Girls on the Run

Jenny O’Donnell, nominated by Girls on the Run

Jenny O'Donnell, nominated by Girls on the Run By: Star Staubach As a first-born child, Jenny O’Donnell was a natural leader. With that innate sense of leadership came a sense of responsibility to better everything that she possibly could. She describes herself as a...

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Joules Evans, nominated by Pink Ribbon Girls

Joules Evans, nominated by Pink Ribbon Girls

Joules Evans, nominated by Pink Ribbon Girls By: Marcee Nelson Do you remember the first book you read as a child? Joules Evans remembers hers. It was a book called I Want To Read. She remembers it because as soon as she read it, she thought, “I want to write. A...

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Madison Brown  nominated by Girls on the Run

Madison Brown nominated by Girls on the Run

Madison Brown, nominated by Girls on the Run of Central Ohio By: Susie Owens If there was anything holding her back that day, it was fear and uncertainty.  What if her family didn’t show up to watch her run in her first race? She would be all alone.  That’s when,...

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