2020 Women of Influence

In a year full of uncertainty, the natural abilities and characteristics of women leaders shine brightly on the public stage.

Portraits by Christie Newell, Sonshine Portrait Design
2020 Women of Influence recipients
L-R: Monica Hendrickson, Jodi Hoos, Mary Jo Papich, Rachael Parker, Dr. Sarah de Ramirez

In a year full of uncertainty, the natural abilities and characteristics of women leaders shine brightly on the public stage. Collaboration, creativity, emotional intelligence and engagement are at the forefront as they meet the challenges of the present with unwavering determination, realizing their collective strength, power and capabilities are limitless.

From business and government to public health and the arts, these women are making a positive difference in Greater Peoria—and using their influence to inspire the next generation. We are proud to introduce Peoria Magazine's 2020 Women of Influence.

Monica Hendrickson
Peoria City/County Health Department
Working diligently to create a healthy, thriving and safe community
    
Jodi Hoos
Peoria County State’s Attorney
Assisting victims, prosecuting offenders, and providing for the welfare of children

Mary Jo Papich
ArtsPartners /Jazz Education Network
Teaching and mentoring youth through the arts and promoting jazz around the world

Rachael Parker
Peoria County Clerk
Taking care of people and helping small businesses thrive and prosper

Dr. Sarah de Ramirez
OSF HealthCare
Innovating across disciplines to create new tools and technologies to improve health

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