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Girl Scouts of Colorado salutes Davidson

University president will be honored as a Woman of Distinction for her personal and professional contributions to the community.

By Lindsey Coulter

September 25, 2018

President Janine Davidson, Ph.D.Metropolitan State University of Denver President Janine Davidson, Ph.D., has made a significant impact on the MSU Denver campus in the past year. Her efforts are being recognized more broadly as she is one of 10 women to be honored with the Girl Scouts of Colorado 2018 Women of Distinction Award.

Award winners were selected by a peer committee based on their professional and personal leadership within the Denver community. The Girl Scouts of Colorado issued a statement saying the awardees are “shining examples of corporate, civic and philanthropic leadership and serve as role models for our female leaders of tomorrow.”

Davidson and fellow awardees will be honored Oct. 2 at the Denver Marriott Tech Center from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. For more information on attending the event, please contact Heidi Books.

Davidson will be honored alongside community leader Ruth Fountain Eide; Rose Community Foundation Senior Program Officer Therese Ellery; Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing Medicaid Director Gretchen Hammer; Eide Bailly LLP Partner Peggy E. Jennings; Segall Bryant & Hamill Principal Lisa Zúñiga Ramirez; Armstrong Teasdale LLP Partner Meshach Rhoades; Kaiser Permanente Colorado physician Terri Richardson, M.D.; United Launch Alliance Government and Commercial Programs Manager Tinesha Ross; and Becky Takeda-Tinker, Ph.D., president and CEO of Colorado State University-Global Campus and CEO of Beyond Campus Innovations Inc.

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