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Swanee Hunt is a philanthropist, a U.S. diplomat, a social activist, and a leader. As co-founder of the Hunt Alternative Fund, she has been instrumental in the donation of more than $8 million dollars for women and children, primarily through women-run Co...

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Loretta C. Ford is an internationally recognized nursing leader who is known as the founder of the nurse practitioner movement. As a nursing educator, she was the first to recognize that nurses with advanced education and practice opportunities could prov...

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The establishment of Denver’s National Jewish Hospital, in 1899, was the result of the work of Colorado’s “Mother of Charity” – Frances Wisebart Jacobs. She dreamed of a hospital open to any person destitute and stricken with...

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Linda Alvarado, a Horatio Alger Award honoree, was raised in a family of six children. The family lived in an adobe home without indoor plumbing and only a wood stove for heat. During her college years Alvarado worked for a landscape contractor and thus b...

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