FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Extraordinary Woman To Be Honored with Pebble Rebel Award Saturday!
(Vancouver, WA, March 5, 2017) – The International Women’s Festival Pacific Northwest to award one local woman with the Pebble Rebel Award for creating a ripple effect of positivity and making a difference in the Pacific Northwest!
The International Women’s Festival Pacific Northwest asked for nominees from the Pacific Northwest for women doing amazing things in their communities and creating a positive ripple effect. The committee received 15 nominees from Seattle to Eugene to Ashland.
The local community nominated the following women:
Madena Parsley casasana.org
Julie Gillis www.juliegillis.com
Linda Smith www.sharedhope.org
Lori Gregory rojothellama.com
Eileen Cowen https://www.facebook.com/blanketbrigadeVanWA/
Suzen Tattoozen-Tanton whiteakertattoo.com/transformation-ink/
Lynette Johnson www.soulumination.org
Lisa Moon Brum connecttosuccesspdx.com
Janet Kevan akindhumanco.com
Tammy Leibfarb simplythymecatering.com
Janai Mestrovich grandmaboom.com
Bobbie Sue Wilson Nursing
Leslie Ann Akin www.lakeoswegographics.com
Emily Guerrero cleanlivingconsulting.com/
Megan Graves arrowdynamiclifecoaching.com
“Boy, did we have a difficult time choosing just one this year,” says Executive Producer Brecia Kralovic-Logan. The Women’s Festival Executive Committee selected the winner from the
public’s nominees. “From a woman building “Healing Houses” for children in Peru to a woman gathering blankets and clothing for the homeless, to a woman offering portraits of dying children with cancer to provide a loving legacy, all of these women are making a difference,” says Kralovic-Logan.
The nominees and the winner will be honored at the International Women’s Festival Pacific Northwest, March 11, 2017 from 9am-5pm at Clark College Gaiser Hall in Vancouver, Washington.
Contact Executive Producer Brecia Kralovic-Logan for more information
Brecia@womensfestivalnw.org (805) 896-3287
About The International Women’s Festival Pacific Northwest
The goal of The International Women’s Festival Pacific Northwest is to celebrate women’s accomplishments and nurture the dreams of women in an interactive, multi-cultural program that focuses on key areas within their lives. Net proceeds to benefit NWCAVE.org. http://www.womensfestivalnw.org
March 10, 2017 from 6pm-9pm at Clark College Foster Auditorium
March 11, 2017 from 9am-5pm at Clark College Gaiser Hall
1933 Fort Vancouver Way Vancouver, WA 98663
Nominate a Pacific Northwest woman by March 1 making a ripple effect of positivity in the community. http://www.womensfestivalnw.org/nominate-a-pebble-rebel/ Winner of the 2017 Pebble Rebel Award announced at the Women’s Festival Pacific Northwest.