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Do you know a remarkable woman or girl making an impactful difference in her community?  

Rocky Mountain PBS is looking for nominees making a difference to be featured in one-minute vignettes that will air for up to six months on Rocky Mountain PBS and will live on this site indefinitely. We want to tell the stories of women and girls stepping out front to do exceptional things, sometimes far from the spotlight. Do you know someone like this? Nominate this person today!

Rocky Mountain PBS is leading the Women and Girls Lead initiative in Colorado, airing enlightening documentaries, hosting inspiring events, collaborating with local and national organizations and highlighting women and girls who are forging new paths.

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Completed forms can be sent to Elizabeth Mayer, Rocky Mountain PBS, 1089 Bannock St., Denver, Colorado, 80204 or emailed to elizabethmayer@rmpbs.org.

Theresa Strader

Professionally for the past 24 years, Theresa has worked as a Pediatric Nurse, specializing in the field of Pediatric Oncology. Throughout those years as well, Theresa devoted the majority of her spare time to rescuing animals. She has volunteered in shelters across the country in a variety of positions: Adoption Counselor, Temperament Evaluator, Foster Care Coordinator and foster home.

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