Women in Abigail Ortega’s professionoften find they’re the only female in the room.
“A good leader inspires people to have confidence in the leader; a great leader inspires people to have confidence in themselves.” That quote from Eleanor Roosevelt is a favorite of Katherine Gaulke.
It was obvious to me when we met for the first time that Deborah Hendrix was a superstar."
By conventional metrics, Susan Edmondson has only had three jobs in 22 years, but the impact on her adopted city goes way beyond prosaic job descriptions.
Jayme McConnellogue, as battalion chief, is responsible for the medical division and 911 responses for the Colorado Springs Fire Department.
It wasn’t until her late 40s that Susan Davies decided to reinvent herself.
When Traci Marques first arrived at the Pikes Peak Workforce Center in 2012, she never intended to one day run the place.
It only takes Patricia Randle three words to sum up what’s most important to her: faith, family and service.
The 2018 Women of Influence are passionate, they are community-minded and they are changing the world.
As an employee, Liz Jefferson looked for ways to pay forward her experience.