KUDOS

KUDOS

Noun 

Praise and honor received for an achievement. Compliments or congratulations.

We’ve created a way to recognize the good works women do. Women we know who’ve quietly, joyfully or creatively influenced our lives. Neighbors, teachers, colleagues, friends or others who’ve been an inspiration and deserve to be noticed for their efforts and impact.

Keep scrolling down to see who they are.

Email us stories of your Nominee with the form at the bottom of the page. We’ll review them and start sharing Kudos!

Krista | One Woman Helping

Krista | One Woman Helping

What you do makes a difference. You have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.  Jane Goodall Krista Bothum. She is a mom with two young kids, Charlie and Anna. A self-employed photographer who decides one day four years ago that she’s going to host...

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Allison | changing lives

Allison | changing lives

To teach is to touch a life forever Author unknown Kudos to Allison Sampsel, a 2nd-grade teacher at Killdeer Public Schools.  I happened upon Allison through a Facebook post shared by my niece-in-law.  Crazy how you hear about people that leave a lasting impression! ...

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The Quigleys | heroes of giving

The Quigleys | heroes of giving

“Day after day, ordinary people become heroes through extraordinary and selfless actions to help their neighbors.” Sylvia Mathews Burwell Kudos to the Quigley girls – mom Mary Teresa, daughters Michelle Schock and Jenn Quigley.  I don’t know that “ordinary” defines...

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Megan | kudos for education grant win

Megan | kudos for education grant win

Kudos to Megan Laudenschlager on leading grant writing efforts that brought nearly $2.5 million dollar grant to North Dakota from the U. S. Department of Education.  This grant will help ready North Dakota schools to become full-service community schools.  What does...

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Nominate a woman you know for Kudos!

  1. Fill out the Form.
  2. Tell us in a paragraph or two what is it about this person, or what they have done or are doing that stands out and inspires you to nominate them? 
  3. We’ll review the information and get back to you. 
  4. If we approve your nominee we’ll request a photo of her for our publication.