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Sonya Rosario, 2020 Women of the Year

Owner & CEO Sonya Rosario Productions   Advocate, activist and artist are just a few words that describe Sonya Rosario. Her empathy and dedication to minority communities is apparent in both her work with nonprofit organizations and in the stories ...

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Jessica Rolph, 2020 Women of the Year

CEO, Co-founder Lovevery   A love of entrepreneurship and social responsibility led Jessica Rolph to co-found her first company, organic baby food maker Happy Family. Success did not come instantly though. “We launched with frozen baby food in 2006, and ...

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Stacey Katseanes Satterlee, 2020 Women of the Year

Executive Director Idaho Grain Producers Association   An alfalfa farm girl at heart, Stacey Katseanes Satterlee didn’t set out to be a leader in agriculture, but a spontaneous internship led to 10 years working in DC which propelled her into ...

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Heather Keen, 2020 Women of the Year

Director of Strategic Development Marimn Health   From unpaid internships in Seattle to congressional offices in Washington, D.C., to her current position as strategic development director in Idaho, Heather Keen has left her mark all across the country. She earned ...

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Rachele Klein, 2020 Women of the Year

Business Development Manager Republic Services   Looking into Rachele Klein’s life, you might wonder when she finds time to take a breather. Klein is the business development manager of Republic Services, a recycling and waste disposal company that boasts a ...

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Jennifer Lastra, 2020 Women of the Year

CEO 360 Immersive   After serving in the U.S. Navy and working in sectors ranging from semiconductors to aerospace, defense and aviation, Jennifer Lastra took a big step in her career. In 2015, she joined with co-founder David Cleverdon to ...

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Abby Lee, 2020 Women of the Year

Senator Idaho State Legislature   Republican Sen. Abby Lee was born in Oklahoma and traveled around the west growing up. Not having a community to call her own early on only emphasized the importance of community, she said. Lee’s resulting ...

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Debra Leithauser, 2020 Women of the Year

Vice President, Corporate Services and Communications Idaho Power   Debra Leithauser didn’t expect to become the vice president of corporate services and communications at Idaho Power when she set out on her career. She graduated from the journalism program at ...

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Kelci Lucier, 2020 Women of the Year

Founder and CEO Clarendon Avenue, LLC   Harvard graduate school alumna and community leader Kelci Lucier is a healthy combination of persistent achievement and compassionate leadership. Byron Yankey, career and mentoring program manager at the Idaho State Board of Education, ...

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Payton McGriff, 2020 Women of the Year

Founder and Executive Director Style Her Empowered (SHE)   While reading the book, “Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity Worldwide,” for an entrepreneurship class at the University of Idaho in 2017, Payton McGriff realized she could create change in ...

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