Roxanne Daust worked her way up the corporate ladder to become president and CEO of Range Bank in Marquette, Michigan. That is why she is a Superior Woman.
Marquette-area craft beer aficionado Kylie Bunting is a Superior Woman. A U.P. native, Bunting is head of the Upper Peninsula Chapter of Barley’s Angels, a Portland, Oregon-based craft beer organization for women.
L’Anse-area resident Bridget Summers is a Superior Woman. A relative newcomer to the Upper Peninsula, she is making a positive impact in the western U.P. community she has adopted as her hometown, and also in her role as the newest member of the Northern Michigan University Board of Trustees.
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.
46.5436° 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.
Ann Gonyea, pastor at Eden Evangelical Lutheran Church in Munising, is a Superior Woman. Gonyea, who has lived most of her life in Michigan and other nearby Midwestern states, found that all roads lead back to the Upper Peninsula, especially when guided by some divine intervention.
Sophie Erber, anchor at WLUC TV 6 in Marquette, is a Superior Woman. Erber, who arrived in the Upper Peninsula in 2014, is a Florida gal who has grown to know and love the U.P. and its people.
Joan Haara, a retired nurse who unexpectedly began a second career as a wildlife photographer, is a Superior Woman. Haara, who has been shooting photographs since 2008, has grown her artistic hobby into a thriving part-time business.