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Trailblazers in Boulder

The editorial team has a special attachment to our new series, The Trailblazers: Rewriting the Narrative, because so many of us feel that media portrayals of women have been too one dimensional. Today, women are doing incredible things in all fields – from science and technology to finance, law, business, athletics and more.  With the Trailblazers series, we hope to highlight and celebrate female role models, encourage more equal and just representation in the media, and help foster a more tight-knit community locally helping women find mentors, business partners, friends and more.

Below, you’ll find some incredible trailblazers from in and around Boulder that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

Ann Kasunich

At first, it seemed that this work happened by accident since I wasn’t actively looking for it. However, in retrospect, it’s super clear that I had been building to this my whole life. I’ve always had a strong curiosity about people, what makes people tick, how the world works, and how that affects people. I was one of those kids that perpetually asked: “why?” And I am still that kid in adult form who continues to ask “why?” and “what’s behind or underneath that?” on a daily basis. Read more>>

Kay Martin

I’ve been in the outdoor industry for over 25 years working for brands like Pearl Izumi, Moving Comfort, and Balega. I spent a career working for founders delivering premium product and always wanted to run my own business. Read more>>

Liati Angelique

The healing arts had always interested me. I grew up in Boulder, and so alternative health was part of my life from the beginning. Regardless of my interest in massage and bodywork. Read more>>

Elizabeth Dutro

There are many stories I could tell of getting to this point. I’ll focus on the story of how I came to write my recent book, The Vulnerable Heart of Literacy: Centering Trauma as Powerful Pedagogy. Read more>>

Sarah Clark

I grew up in a family who made everything, and married a man with the same background. Our families each made gifts both for economical reasons and for the love of craft. Read more>>

Lindsey Foy

I went to school for visual arts at UNC, with a photography concentration. After college, I moved to boulder and worked various jobs while doing art on the side. I mostly took freelance photos and got into live painting for a while. Read more>>

Renu Ansh Dhar

Food is my connection to the land I can no longer go back to! My story as a personal chef and culinary educator started even before I knew it could be a story. Read more>>

Erica Carrico

I follow my heart and it’s taken me on some incredibly beautiful, and sometimes frightening adventures all around the world. After graduating from university when everyone else was getting jobs. Read more>>

Robbin Merta

I’ve always liked houses – built them out of Legos when I was a kid. I also have to be creating and building things and have a fine arts degree. I ran a martial arts school with my husband for 16 years. Read more>>

Wendy De Rosa

I was highly sensitive and intuitive as a child but I did not understand it, know it, or have context for this level of sensitivity growing up. The result was – I developed anxiety and gained emotional and physical weight. Read more>>

 

Natalie Rekstad

Our Deepest Passions Often Spring From Our Deepest Wounds. Like many readers, I am the beneficiary of the bold movement of feminism that exploded in the 1970s. Yet, at the time. Read more>>

Amy-Beth Fischoff

My interest in families began with my own family. In my family of four I was the mediator, the neutral party, the one that everyone could talk to when they couldn’t talk to each other. Read more>>

Kate Bachtel

SoulSpark is the place where each person’s unique constellation of strengths and interests connect with the opportunity to shine and be of service. SoulSpark Learning’s strengths-based, holistic approach to education was developed as a result of a lifetime of studying educators, schools, and learners. Read more>>

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