Girl Scouts of the Sierra Nevada announces TRIUMPHANT nominees
Girl Scouts of the Sierra Nevada (GSSN) has announced the nominees for TRIUMPHANT: Celebrating Women in Leadership Dinner.
These women, each nominated in one of the focus areas of the Girl Scouts, will be recognized at the 15th annual TRIUMPHANT awards ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 16, at the Grand Sierra Resort.
Amber Joiner, District 24 Assemblywoman, Nevada State Legislature; Amy Berry, CEO, Tahoe Fund; Anna Mestre, firefighter, City of Reno Fire Department; Camie Cragg Lyman, owner, Camie Cragg Fitness; Casey Sibley, founder and president, Casey Sibley Designs; Christi Cakiroglu, executive director, Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful; Christy Clark, Wells Fargo at Work program consultant, Wells Fargo Bank; Danell Wilson-Perlman, owner, Reno Tahoe Limousine; Easperee Landry, Realtor, Dickson Realty; Helen Lidholm, CEO, Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center; Jennifer Barrett, owner/director of physical therapy, Galena Sport Physical Therapy; Jennifer Gurecki, CEO, Coalition Snow and founder/board president, Zawadisha; Jennifer Henderson, experience delivery manager, Intuit and board president, Northern Nevada RAVE Family Foundation; Jennifer Rogers Markwell, financial consultant, Fidelity Investments; Jonnie Pullman, retired independent public policy professional; Julia Ratti, District 13 Senator, Nevada State Senate; Kelly Northridge, fund manager, InNEVenture Fund & CEO-in-residence, UNR Innevation Center; Kerry Thompson, science teacher, Davidson Academy Online; Kristen Remington, news anchor/health reporter, KTVN Channel 2 News; Lara Ritchie, chef/culinary director, Nothing To It Culinary Center; Laura Holland Clift, office manager, valley communications and special event coordinator, Reno/Sparks Bark for Life; Lauren Yurick, partner/employee benefits consultant, Benefit Resource Group and board president, Step2 Reno; Margo Mee, children’s ministry assistant, Reno Christian Fellowship; Maria Torres, personal banker, Wells Fargo Bank; Marilyn York, attorney, Law Office of Marilyn D. York; MaryBeth Smith, owner, Roundabout Catering & Party Rental; Meghan Collins, assistant research scientist of environmental science, Desert Research Institute; Nance Card, partner/associate, Newfields Engineers; Nellie Davis, camp coordinator/CEO, Camp Out Yonder and owner, Outsiders Hair Studio; Neoma Jardon, councilmember, City of Reno Ward 5; Promilla Mohan, director, Davidson’s Organic Teas; Rachel Arst McCullough, founder/owner, McCullough Web Services and co-founder/co-leader, Tahoe Silicon Mountain; Tracy Benelli, founder/CEO, The Relevant You; Tracy Copeland, president, Sierra Nevada Donor Awareness & Accounting Manager, GENCO; Valerie Clark, president, Clark & Associates.
For the first time in the NCET Tech Awards history, women and women-owned businesses make up half of this year’s award winners.