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Women of Industry: Carrie Wall’s servant leadership

Women of Industry: Carrie Wall’s servant leadership

Carrie Wall, president and CEO of the YMCA of Dane County, has been busy reinventing the “Y” and just in the nick of time. Her urban perspective detected local demographic shifts that many Madisonians were slow to see.

Women of Industry: Corinda Rainey-Moore’s passion for mental health

Women of Industry: Corinda Rainey-Moore’s passion for mental health

For 27 years, Corinda Rainey-Moore has been a fierce advocate for people with mental illness, and the one thing she’s most pleased about is that people are finally beginning to value the mentally ill as contributing members of society. Not completely, however, and with one in five Americans having a mental health condition, that’s more than enough to keep her going.

Women of Industry: Kathleen Lake — Madison’s clean water class act

Women of Industry: Kathleen Lake — Madison’s clean water class act

Perhaps it’s appropriate that Kathleen Lake’s last name refers to a body of water that dominates the local landscape because she’s been instrumental in preserving them.

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Passion to inspire burns inside Madison's 'Fireman Rob'

Madison Noteworthy's Christi Andringa and Mike Victorson interview Rob Verhelst, aka Fireman Rob, founder of the Fireman Rob Foundation and known across the U.S. for competing in Ironman and half-Ironman races in full firefighter gear. What started as a way to honor other firefighters on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 has turned into a campaign to inspire others as Fireman Rob continues to compete in Ironman events in his gear. And through the Fireman Rob Foundation, Verhelst is helping to brighten children's stays in children's hospitals throughout the U.S. by delivering teddy bears to sick kids.

Step Up for Equity tackles workplace diversity and inclusion

Madison Noteworthy's Christi Andringa, along with Mike Victorson, interview Haywood Simmons of Step Up for Equity, which hosts a series of quarterly workshops for the business community designed to explore diversity and inclusion in the workplace. For more information, got to stepupforequity.com.

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