For decades, money has been leaving our community. We are going to bring it back.
I focus best when I am endangering life or limb. Yoga does not zen me out, it makes me angry.
Growing up on a farm helped me to understand that, more than a daughter or a granddaughter, I was a
When you ask people why they are doing something a certain way, sometimes the response is “because that’s how we have always done it.” To me, that’s a red flag.
At a young age, Wendy Sullivan was interested in construction. She eventually opened a residential property and development company and transitioned, 15 years later,
MN Tradeswomen: Front Row L-R: MJ Fackler, Lisa Hansen, Marissa Goodsky, Lexi Vanderson, Carly Wordelman, Sarah Wordelman, Cami Cobert, Tonya
Cathy Heying has seen people struggle, having worked at St. Stephen’s Human Services since 1999, currently as a human rights
“We made statues with words that express how we should be.” — Rashonda, 16
“I wondered, ‘where can I shine?’ I believe you create your own destiny. I decided to use my bilingual skills.”
The pay is good, the training relatively short … so why don’t more women choose skilled technical careers?