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Honoring Candace Conley

Honoring Candace Conley


After obtaining a PhD in Clinical Psychology and spending years practicing in the field, Candace changed paths at age 50 to follow her passion and become a professional chef. Now she runs her own business (The Girl Can Cook) and has competed (& won) on Food Network. She’s a fierce, inspiring female.


Submitted by Merrin Trombka


Honoring Christina Quaranta

Honoring Christina Quaranta


Christina is one of the strongest people I know. As in, literally pushing weight sleds in late pregnancy, but even stronger fighting for racial and social justice in her and every community. She is fierce in her beliefs, actions, leadership, and love.


Submitted by Abby Anderson


Honoring Jordyn Wilson

Honoring Jordyn Wilson


Jordyn shines with energy, takes advantage of every opportunity she can find, and works hard to figure out how every door that opens for her is one that she can open for others. She walks towards challenges and isn’t afraid to “unlearn everything she thought was true” to find deeper understanding.


Submitted by Abby Anderson


Honoring Iliana Pujols

Honoring Iliana Pujols


Iliana boldly calls out unjust actions, words, and attitudes in her work to end the criminalization of youth. She passionately fights for those most impacted to be decision-makers at every table. She is a natural leader, loyal friend, and never gives up.


Submitted by Abby Anderson


Honoring Ilana Ofgang

Honoring Ilana Ofgang


Ilana is a warrior mother. She fights for the people she loves (and for all who need an advocate) with a strength I can’t even comprehend. She is truly an inspiration to all who know her.


Submitted by Courtney Hartl


Honoring Abigail Anderson

Honoring Abigail Anderson


Abby is a relentless advocate for those society attempts to cast aside. She isn’t afraid to use her voice and her power to fight for justice, but also knows when to step aside and allow others to take the lead. She is a fierce friend and one of the bravest women I know.


Submitted by Courtney Hartl