2013 WOMEN OF
ACHIEVEMENT
Thurs, April 11
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Salina Country Club
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Salina, KS
See all of the evening’s highlights at:
SalinaWOA.com
All nominees were recognized and 12 women were
honored as the 2013Women of Achievement:
• Agriculture–
Joan Jackson
• Business and Industry–
Frieda Mai Weis
• Creative and Performing Arts–
Peggy Simms
• Education–
Korey Hensley
• Government–
Rose Base
• Not-for-Profit–
Carolee Jones
• Personal Achievement–
Lindsey Henderson Lonergan
• Racial and Social Justice–
Dr. Elaine Ferguson
• Religion–
Thea Nietfeld
• The Professions–
Maria Rapp
• Volunteer Service–
Pauline Eaton
• YoungWoman of Achievement–
Savannah Sherwood
New this year!
Two Lifetime Achievement Honorees
were recognized:
(Sponsored by Helen L. Graves)
Sister Evangeline Thomas
(Posthumous)
Terry Hoyt Evans
All proceeds collected benefit direct programming and
service to girls.
Special Keynote Speaker:
Sylvia Acevedo
(Sponsored by “On the Mark” with
Mark Hamade)
Since launching her career, literally,
as a rocket scientist, Sylvia has
worked for several Fortune 500
companies, including IBM, DELL, and
Apple. She currently serves on the executive board
of the Ann Richards School for YoungWomen
Leaders. A former Girl Scout member, Sylvia was
elected to Girl Scouts of the USA’s National
Board in 2008.
For more information on Sylvia, visit her
website at:
SylviaAcevedo.com
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