Recognizing NFBPWC members' accomplishments across all career stages.
Francesca Burack is the author of Women Are Special 123 Reasons Why -- an inspirational book in celebration of women.
Take time to celebrate all that we are, all that we contribute and all that we influence. It’s a must read for any woman looking to be inspired and to take charge of her life.
Billboard Magazine award recipient, Laurie Dameron, has been playing the guitar for nearly five decades and singing even longer. Between solo performances and performances with her band, Laurie D and the Blues Babes, she has performed for hundreds of venues in and out of Colorado over the past 20 years.
Laila El-Sissi is the author of Out From the Shadow Of Men -- a story of two sisters as they stand together to battle cultural forces preventing them from owning their futures.
“Laila El-Sissi has given us a ground-breaking memoir of two young sisters growing up in Egypt whose courage, devotion to each other, and struggle for their own autonomous lives will make you fall in love with them and remember their story forever.” –Ellen Bass, The Courage to Heal
Ashley Maria and Lea-Ann W. Berst are the filmmakers of the 2020 film, Pioneers in Skirts -- a multi-award-winning feature documentary about the issues that affect pioneering ambition and the ongoing effort to achieve gender parity in our culture.
Elizabeth Benham is the inventor of the Footle.
“The Footle” is a hands free no-contact door opener!
Keeps your hands clean and free of any germs, and bacteria with this convenient touchless door opener. Great for Offices, Restaurants, Bars, Hospitals and all Bathroom doors. Avoid contaminated surfaces that might have bacteria, germs, viruses or dirt by using your foot.
Marikay Shellman is a Fine Artist, author of the children's book, Gulliver's Babies, a rancher, and a beekeeper who lives in Southern Colorado and is part of the BPW/Colorado Virtual Club.
Gulliver's Babies is a children's hardback storybook about a Great Horned Owl who was brought into Avian Reconditioning Center (ARC) in 1986 with a broken wing she suffered from falling out of her nest. Although Gulliver recovered, she had already imprinted on people and could not be released back into the wild. After 10 long years at ARC, Gulliver fostered her first baby owls from eggs to being freed back into nature. In the past 19 years, Gulliver has helped raise more than 200 owlets.
NFBPWC is a national organization with membership across the United States acting locally, nationally and globally. NFBPWC is not affiliated with BPW/USA Foundation.