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WINNER: Tania Finlayson, Kirkland, WA

Tania was born with a dazzling smile, as well as cerebral palsy. To communicate, she taps morse code — dots and dashes — into switches near her head. It’s how she developed the technology to help others that’s truly remarkable. Read more…

Finalist: Nikki Gane-Butler, Seattle, WA

Nikki is the founder and director of Dignity for Divas. She built the non-profit from the ground up, helping people heal from homelessness. But it’s why she does it that is truly remarkable. Read more…

Finalist: Cheri Marusa, Kittitas County, WA

Cheri paved the path to life-saving support for tens of thousands of people in western Washington. She’s an unrelenting force who has proven she can tackle any challenge, and achieve it. Read more…

Finalist: Chaitra Vedullapalli, Sammamish, WA

Chaitra’s mission is impacting countless women, but as you’re about to see — it’s her vision — that is truly remarkable. Read more…


Q13 FOX & JOEtv want to recognize the great contributions women have made to our nation and local communities. Remarkable Women is part of a nationwide initiative to honor the influence that women have had on public policy, social progress and the quality of life.

Leading up to International Women’s Day, Q13 FOX & JOEtv will highlight four local women who inspire, lead and forge the way for other women. It’s not just about one day or one month — it’s about what they do, day-in and day-out.

One woman will be named Western Washington’s Woman of the Year and win a trip to New York City to attend The Mel Robbins Show. From the more than 100 local winners, one woman will be selected and named Woman of the Year!

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