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Power of the Purse

local women use collective giving to support community

by Lauren Fisher, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Dozens of local women gathered Dec. 6 for the Eau Claire Women’s Giving Circle Gift of Giving Breakfast, where the organization awarded more than $40,000 in grants to eight local community support programs. Thanks to ...

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A Lifetime Climb

Chippewa Valley woman heads up Eau Claire manufacturing company

Haley Wright, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Sue (Kildahl) Tietz, president/CEO of McDonough Manufacturing, truly is a Chippewa Valley Woman in the Lead. She is a trailblazer as leader of an Eau Claire-based company that has been in business since ...

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A Woman of Action

UW-Eau Claire professor Selika Ducksworth-Lawton improves her community by doing

by Lauren Fisher, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Selika Ducksworth-Lawton compares herself to church ladies and deacons. She is an organizer and a doer, much like those who ensure there’s food on tables and tissues are within reach at a memorial service. Skilled in ...

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Lots of Dots

Eau Claire-founded network connects dynamic women in business

Emily Kinzel

Women nationwide and beyond are banding together in the community-based organization, Polka Dot Powerhouse. This women’s network, founded in Eau Claire by Shannon Crotty, allows members ...

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Where There's a Will, There's a Way

Kimera Way is key to UWEC’s future

Tom Giffey, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Kimera Way has played a crucial role in some of the biggest headlines impacting UW-Eau Claire – and the Chippewa Valley as a whole – in recent years. Through her positions overseeing both the UWEC Foundation ...

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Chosen to Lead

female officeholders challenge the status quo

Tom Giffey, photos by Andrea Paulseth

It’s been nearly a century since Wisconsin became the first state in the union to ratify the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which guaranteed women the right to vote, and yet women hold less than ...

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Red Letter Roundup

up-and-coming women-owned businesses

Cassandra Kyser

Twice a year, the Red Letter Grant is awarded to female entrepreneurs right here in the Chippewa Valley. Becca Cooke, owner of Red’s Mercantile, 224 N. Dewey St., Eau Claire, started the grant to encourage women to pursue ...

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Power of the Purse

local women use collective giving to support community

by Lauren Fisher, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Dozens of local women gathered Dec. 6 for the Eau Claire Women’s Giving Circle Gift of Giving Breakfast, where the organization awarded more than $40,000 in grants to eight local community support programs. Thanks to ...

Add a Comment »

A Lifetime Climb

Chippewa Valley woman heads up Eau Claire manufacturing company

Haley Wright, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Sue (Kildahl) Tietz, president/CEO of McDonough Manufacturing, truly is a Chippewa Valley Woman in the Lead. She is a trailblazer as leader of an Eau Claire-based company that has been in business since ...

Add a Comment »

A Woman of Action

UW-Eau Claire professor Selika Ducksworth-Lawton improves her community by doing

by Lauren Fisher, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Selika Ducksworth-Lawton compares herself to church ladies and deacons. She is an organizer and a doer, much like those who ensure there’s food on tables and tissues are within reach at a memorial service. Skilled in ...

Add a Comment »

Lots of Dots

Eau Claire-founded network connects dynamic women in business

Emily Kinzel

Women nationwide and beyond are banding together in the community-based organization, Polka Dot Powerhouse. This women’s network, founded in Eau Claire by Shannon Crotty, allows members ...

Add a Comment »

Where There's a Will, There's a Way

Kimera Way is key to UWEC’s future

Tom Giffey, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Kimera Way has played a crucial role in some of the biggest headlines impacting UW-Eau Claire – and the Chippewa Valley as a whole – in recent years. Through her positions overseeing both the UWEC Foundation ...

Add a Comment »

Chosen to Lead

female officeholders challenge the status quo

Tom Giffey, photos by Andrea Paulseth

It’s been nearly a century since Wisconsin became the first state in the union to ratify the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which guaranteed women the right to vote, and yet women hold less than ...

Add a Comment »

Red Letter Roundup

up-and-coming women-owned businesses

Cassandra Kyser

Twice a year, the Red Letter Grant is awarded to female entrepreneurs right here in the Chippewa Valley. Becca Cooke, owner of Red’s Mercantile, 224 N. Dewey St., Eau Claire, started the grant to encourage women to pursue ...

Add a Comment »