Women of Vision

 

Women of Vision 2022 was a great success! If you were not able to attend, you can watch the recording: https://www.facebook.com/News9WAOW/videos/1290521271351659

You won’t want to miss this inspirational event in 2023 which honors the achievements of 3 outstanding women who have given back to our community and presents 3 scholarships to women with aspirations for their future.

Each of our honorees will share their story and insights about what they’ve done and learned during their journey to achieve their vision.

WE ARE ACCEPTING 2023 Nominations TODAY!

MAKE A WOMEN OF VISION NOMINATION FOR 2023!

Final WOV NOMINATION FORM 2023.docx

Take a look at Past Recipients:

Women Of Vision Recipients List By Year.docx

2023 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION:

FInal Women Of Vision Scholarship Application 2023

 

2022 HONOREES:

LaTanya Campbell is both a role model in both her professional and personal life. LaTanya is a single mom with four beautiful children who has worked full-time while continuing her education and being a very active member of our

community. As a social worker for the Woman’s Community, she has helped connect survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking to services and resources to empower them to become safe, stable, and self-sufficient. She has recently completed her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Capella University and is a member of the American Mental Health Counselors Association and Chi Sigma Iota. After completing her degree, she has accepted a position as a Child and Family Therapist at the Center for Well Being here in Wausau. LaTanya is an active community member who strives to bring diversity, equity and inclusion to the Wausau community.

 

MaiGer Moua is a dedicated professional committed to making our community a better place. She has dedicated her life to the mental and physical well-being of others. This is demonstrated by her previous work as Director at the United Way 211, as a Crisis Operation Manger at North Central Health Care, and now as a Student Success Advisor at North Central Technical College. She also is an adjunct instructor in Asian American Studies for the University of Stevens Point. In addition, she is a proud mother of four. She received her Master of Art in US History at the University of Wisconsin Madison. She believes strongly about educating the community about the importance of diversity and how it enriches our community.

 

Tara Draeger is a woman who envisions a healthy Marathon County and continually seeks ways to support activities and organizations that work toward that vision. Tara’s efforts have inspired broad changes to deliver programs that improve the physical and mental health of Wausau and the surrounding area. Tara graduated from the UWSP with a degree in Health Promotion/Wellness, CHES Certification, and massage certificate. She is currently the System Director of Community Health Improvement for Aspirus Health System (2014-present) and Interim Executive Director of Aspirus Health Foundation (since 2020).Tara is an advocate for recovery and mental health services. As the co-founder of a local participatory mural arts program, Rise Up Central Wisconsin (“RISE UP”).