Sponsor 7 Q+A: Judy Hawkey, Michelle’s Bridal

Thank you to Michelle’s Bridal for their second year of She Said support, we’re so appreciative! Michelle’s would like to feature Judy Hawkey for this year’s 7 Q+A! What are you grateful for today? Today I am grateful for my health. I had a scare about 6 months ago. From everything I had read and […]

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Sponsor 7 Q+A: Ainsley Reiser, Christie Clinic

Since day one Christie Clinic has uplifted That’s What She Said as our presenting sponsor, always believing in us every step of the way. If that’s not celebrating the extraordinary in every woman—we don’t know what is! This year their 7 Q+A feature is the incredible Ainsley Reiser—who we truly believe should start a comedy […]

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7 Q+A: Sue Grey

There aren’t enough cliches in the world to describe Sue Grey. She is a ray of sunshine to everyone she meets. She is a force of nature in our community. She is an “every cloud has a silver lining” kind of gal. We admire her commitment to her  community, her loyalty to her friends, and […]

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7 Q+A: Karen Flynn

“You have to meet Karen Flynn, she is amazing!” One of the joys of the She Said Project is hearing who YOU think are amazing women in our community. And we couldn’t agree more with your suggestions! Dr. Flynn is an associate professor at the University of Illinois, the author of Moving Beyond Borders: A […]

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7 Q+A: Hannah Berry

Hannah Berry is an amazing young woman who is making a difference locally and globally. A picture says a thousand words, and this picture of Hannah is proof! What are you grateful for today? I’m grateful for the opportunity and resources that surround me and the desire that I have found to use that to […]

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7 Q+A: Kristen Hyman

Kristen Hyman puts the ‘leader’ in LeaderShape. We are so grateful for the work she is doing and the impact she is having on young leaders. What are you grateful for today? Today I am grateful for technology. My husband, daughter, and I live far from our families and my husband travels a great deal […]

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7 Q+A: Shandra Summerville

Shandra Summerville sang in the first TWSS show. She has a beautiful voice in every arena! She uses her voice not only to sing, but she also has a strong voice in our community. She is the Cultural and Linguistic Competence Coordinator for Access Initiative. Shandra lights up a room and we have voted her […]

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7 Q+A: Donna Reed

Donna Reed is a retired speech/language pathologist in the Champaign schools and a part-time English As A Second Language instructor at Parkland Community College. And that isn’t even an ounce of the amazing work Donna has done in this community: Character Counts of Champaign County member, Leadershape Institute leader/coordinator, Illinois’ Random Acts of Kindness coordinator, […]

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7 Q+A: Suzanne Linder

We’re incredibly excited to have Amasong joining the stage at That’s What She Said this year, so we’re gathering up some 7 Q+A’s from these amazing ladies! First up, is board convener and Soprano I section leader, Suzanne Linder. What are you grateful for today? My basement craft room / making space Tell us about […]

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