LOVELAND — The deadline to register for the Northern Colorado Women of Distinction event will be Tuesday at noon.
Eleven women of distinction will be recognized at the breakfast event that begins 7 a.m. Wednesday, April 18, at the Embassy Suites in east Loveland. Information about the event and the honorees can be found here.
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This year’s honorees and their business affiliations are:
- Tracy Axton, FMS Bank.
- Heidi Hostetter, H2 Manufacturing Solutions.
- Christine Chin, CSU College of Business.
- Maya Jairam, KRFC.
- Julie Cozad, Weld County.
- Dr. Lesley Clark Brooks, Sunrise Community Health.
- Susan Jessup, Sylvan Dale Ranch.
- Michelle Kempema, Colorado Model Railroad Museum.
- Lisa Taylor, Immigrant and Refugee Center of NoCo.
- Nanci Garnand, Re/Max Eagle Rock.
- Tiffany Williamson, Safebuilt LLC.
Tickets cost $64.49. Tables of eight are also available for this event. Contact Nic Morse to purchase tables. He can be reached at email@example.com or by calling 970-672-6229.
Women of Distinction, a BizWest award and event, recognizes women for their achievements in business, philanthropic and government organizations.