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Women's Issue 2014 

What does it mean to be the Source Weekly's Woman of the Year?

Considering qualities like impact and inspiration, the Source asks our advisory committee what it means to be the Woman of the Year—in this particular year, and in this particular place.

The 2014 advisory committee was:

Jodie Barram City of Bend Councilor

Cassondra Schindler Communication Strategist

Becky Johnson Vice-President, OSU-Cascade

Amanda Stuermer Founder at World MUSE

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