Marquette-area stockbroker and philanthropist Theresa Sell is a Superior Woman. A relative newcomer to the Upper Peninsula, she is making a positive impact on the lives of some of the most vulnerable in the community: the children.
46.5436° N, 87.3954° W Marquette, Michigan Susan Estler, executive director of Travel Marquette, is a Superior Woman. Over the past year,
Stacy Welling Haughey, the Upper Peninsula Regional Coordinator for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, is a Superior Woman. As a child, Welling Haughey dreamed of following in her grandfather’s footsteps by working for the DNR, and, following a career based on hard work, learned that sometimes a little girl’s dreams can come true.
Lorrie Hayes, lead singer in the Marquette, Michigan-based Flat Broke Blues Band, is a Superior Woman. As a child, Hayes made a deal with God, and she has been singing the Blues ever since.
46.8158° N, 87.7285° W Big Bay, Michigan Kristen Mariuzza, general manager of the Upper Peninsula’s Eagle Mine in Big Bay,
46.5436° N, 87.3954° W Marquette, Michigan Amy Clickner of Neguanee, CEO of the Lake Superior Community Partnership in Marquette, is a
April Lindala of Marquette, the director of the Center for Native American Studies at Northern Michigan University, is a Superior Woman. Lindala began working for NMU while still an undergraduate student and has built a solid university department honoring the Native America culture.