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WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT: How it all began

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This year, the YWCA of Kitsap County celebrates 26 years of honoring local women for their achievements.

 

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WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT: Judy Eagleson

  • Today at 12:34PM

Known as a generous giver to her community, Judy Eagleson has served on a variety of boards including Harrison Medical Center’s Mathis Guild, the Kitsap County Home Builders Association, the Central Kitsap High School Alumni Association and the Kitsap Economic Development Alliance.

WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT: Alexus Richardson

  • Today at 12:33PM

Alexus Richardson is a senior at South Kitsap High School in Port Orchard. She is currently the coordinator of the Associative Student Body, and has been on the varsity track team for four years.

WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT: Michelle Caldier

  • Today at 12:32PM

Michelle Caldier is one of seven children from a blue collar family growing up in Kitsap County. After her parents divorced, and her mother remarried, her step-father became abusive. At a young age she and her siblings spent years in foster care. At 17, she worked three jobs, lived on her own and supported her young siblings.

WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT: Rosie Ludlow

  • Today at 12:31PM

Rosie Ludlow is the co-founder of Scarlet Road, a non-profit organization in Kitsap County that provides services and referrals to survivors of sexual exploitation. She is the co-organizer of the Freedom 5K Run on Bainbridge Island, which raises awareness of human trafficking and helps raise funds for Scarlet Road and Coffee Oasis, another organization for homeless and at-risk youth in Kitsap County.

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