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Carol Fulsher, administrator of the Iron Ore Heritage Trail Authority based in Marquette, is a Superior Woman. The 47-mile long trail is the result of years of hard work and Fulsher’s efforts connecting communities. It is one of the largest trail systems of its kind in the state of Michigan.
Nheena Weyer Ittner, executive director of the Upper Peninsula Children’s Museum in Marquette, is a Superior Woman. The museum is the visionary child of Weyer Ittner, who conceived it, gave birth to it and has raised it from infancy into one of the most outstanding institutions in the Upper Peninsula.
Jayne Letts, executive director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Marquette and Alger Counties, is a Superior Woman. Letts, who has been with the agency since the 1980s, has grown it into a thriving organization that mentors children and helps the community one Big and Little step at a time.
For many people there is a vocation and an avocation. So it is with Stephanie Jones, a realtor in Marquette, Michigan, for the past 24 years. While her vocation may be real estate, her avocation is marketing and supporting the community where she lives.