2018 Women of Influence: Teresa Whitehead

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2018 Women of Influence | Linda Carter-Lewis GREENSBURG – Decatur County Deputy Prosecutor Wendy Whitehead has been recognized by the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Services Series by being selected to its 29th class of Republican

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 · LISC’s Donsia Strong Hill and court commissioner Maria Dorsey among third group of 2018 Women of Influence. Check out the attached slideshow to see photos of the winners. Other winners in the third and final group include Susan Dreyfus, president and CEO for Alliance for Strong Families and Communities; Lauren Schultz, owner of Purple Door Ice Cream in Milwaukee’s Walker’s Point.

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