40 Tuscarawas County 'Leading Ladies' named
Three Tuscarawas County organizations have partnered to recognize 40 women as Leading Ladies for March, Women's History Month.
They are the Women’s Success Series Steering Committee, the Lucille Nussdorfer Tuscarawas County Woman of the Year Award Steering Committee and the Tuscarawas County Chamber of Commerce.
2022: 'We love this county.' Janet Kemp named Nussdorfer Tuscarawas County Woman of the Year
2021: Cheryl Graham is 2021 Lucille Nussdorfer Tuscarawas County Woman of the Year
2019: Angie Thomas is 2019 Lucille Nussdorfer Tuscarawas County Woman of the Year
The partnership divided the top 40 honorees into two categories: women over 40 years of age and women 40 and under. They were selected based on their impact at their place of business, impact in their field and their leadership in the community.
The 2023 inaugural class of leaders over 40 is:
Sarah Andreas, Wisewood; Martha Campbell, Tuscarawas County Engineer’s Office; Connie Finton, Carlene Farms; Anne Geib Dorris, Geib Funeral Homes and Crematories; Cheryl Graham, New Philadelphia City Schools; Dee Grossman, Tuscarawas County Convention and Visitors Bureau; Janet Kemp, community volunteer; Kiley Kendall, Edward Jones Investments; Jeannine Kennedy, Tuscarawas County Center for the Arts; Debbie Knisley, Alley Cats Marketplace; Emily Lane, Wendy’s; Rita McPeak, Clay Capital Development LLC; Andrea Miley, Commercial & Savings Bank; Michelle Ramsell, Tuscarawas County Public Library; Elizabeth Stephenson, Tuscarawas County court administrator; Tracy Stevens, Dominion Energy; Judge Elizabeth Thomakos, Tuscarawas County Common Pleas Court; Angie Thomas, Dover Hydraulics; Robin Waltz, United Way; and Wendy Zucal, Dennison Railroad Depot Museum.
The 20 Leading Ladies who are 40 and under are:
Adria Bergeron, Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District; Shyanne Carroll, Buckeye Career Center; Taylur Cunningham, Dennison Railroad Depot Museum; Courtney Daniels, Kimble Companies; Kait Gallagher-Wilsterman, Tusco Display; Hanna Hartman, WJER Radio; Kristen Harmon, Ernest Warther Museum & Gardens; Lacy Herbert-Stephon, Lacey Performing Arts Center; Anna Hillyer, What’s Cooking Cafe; Holly Hillyer, Cleveland Clinic; Carly Hopwood, FabOhio; Racquel Jones, Racquel Jones Photography; Tammi Mackey-Shrum, Historic Zoar Village; Lauren Marburger, Lockport Brewery; Michelle Milburn-Spring, WJER Radio; Kelsey Moore, Willow Baking Co.; Wilma Mullet, Tuscarawas Art Partnership; Tori Noah, New Towne Mall;Kerri Silverthorn, Tuscarawas County Board of Developmental Disabilities; and Sarah Spies, East Central Ohio Education Service Center.
The Leading Ladies will be recognized on the morning of June 9 at the Women’s Success Series speakers program at Kent State University at Tuscarawas.
For more information, contact Wendy Zucal, director, Dennison Railroad Depot Museum, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This article originally appeared on The Times-Reporter: Women recognized for impact in their fields and community leadership