Tallahassee Woman

April-May 2019

The April/May 2019 issue of Tallahassee Woman Magazine features the incredible Judge Nina Ashenafi Richardson on the cover. Be sure to read her inspiring story. Also featured in this issue is the special section Women Who Mean Business Journal, featuring entrepreneur Madison McDaniel Setliff, who shares her story of starting and running her business. In addition, in this issue we debut “Men Who Mean Business,” featuring men around the city that make it a point to be supportive of the women in Tallahassee. Plus we have lots of spring-themed entertainment and information, such as fashion, home, health and more! Cover by Kira Derryberry Photography

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JOIN US TO CELEBRATE THE

2019 WOMEN WHO MEAN BUSINESS AWARDS
“WOMEN ON FIRE!”

Check back for the announcement on who the top three nominees are in each category:

Entrepreneur Award
Innovator Award
Legacy Award
Rock Star Award
Service Award
Torchbearer Award

The top three nominees of each category will be honored at a luncheon and awards program on April 25, 2019 at the FSU Alumni Center from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., when the winners will be announced.

Tickets are $50 and available for purchase now by clicking the link below. If you are a business that would like to sponsor this fantastic event,  there are still sponsorships available. For details please contact us by emailing [email protected] or call 850-893-9624.

If you are a business that would like to sponsor this fantastic event,  there are still sponsorships available. For details please contact us by e-mailing [email protected] or call 850-893-9624.

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WOMEN IN SCIENCE
AT TALL TIMBERS

Contributed by Tall Timbers Research Station

Pictured from left to right: Cinnamon Morrison, Diana McGrath, Monica Rother, Kim Sash, Casey Teske, Kristen Malone

Tall Timbers is a research center for fire ecology, game bird research,vertebrate ecology and land management. The 2800-acre plantation, originally purchased by Edward Beadel in 1895, is located in what is referred to as the Red Hills region of north Florida and south Georgia. In addition to its rich history, what helps make Tall Timbers so special are its passionate and skilled women scientists who study the ecology of the area and advocate for using fire to preserve it.

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