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JULY 2014 | BRAVAMAGAZINE.COM 15 Tuesday Night Run is a new event series at Metcalfe's featuring exclusive deals, free products and time-saving dinner ideas. View our photo album, learn more, and sign up for a 10% off Tuesday Night Run VIP Card at Events: July 8, August 12, September 9, October 14 Congratulations are in order for the 2014 YWCA Women of Distinction Leadership Award recipients, whose outstanding achievements in their fi elds were recognized at a May 29 luncheon: A psychiatric nurse practitioner at William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital, Sudat Abiri is also a board member of Interfaith Coalition for Worker Justice, founder of Neighborhood House Community Center's Muslim Women Support Group and a recipient of the State of Wisconsin's Governor's Minority- Owned Business Award. Professor Emily Auerbach, director of the UW-Madison Odyssey Project and co-host of Wisconsin Public Radio's University of the Air also produces "The Courage to Write" radio documentary series on wom- en writers. She also teaches literature and is author of "Searching for Jane Austen." Dawn B. Crim, UW Madison School of Education's associate dean for external relations is a co-founder of Madison Network of Black Professionals, an Edgewood College Board of Trustees member, and served on committees to search for presidents at Madison and Edgewood colleges and for UW provost. Sally S. Miley, assistant to City of Madison Mayor, Paul Soglin, is president of the Madison Opera board of directors. She is a former common council member, and former board member at Access Community Health Centers, SSM Wisconsin and Camp Randall Rowing Club. Chair of the UW School of Medicine and Public Health's Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dr. Laurel Rice, is also director of the Division of Gynecologic Oncology on the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, president- elect of the the Council of University Chairs in Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Secretary/Treasurer of the American Gynecologic Obstetrics Society. La Movida radio host Teresa Téllez-Girón, a bilingual/bicultural social services, specialist with Dane County Department of Human Services is also co-founder and chair of the Latino Children and Families Council and speaks at racial justice training programs locally and statewide. TAKE NOTE

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