‘HerStory Makers’ impacting lives across Central Ohio
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — The Columbus Urban League is leading the effort to highlight those making a difference in Central Ohio.
This year, the organization is highlighting three extraordinary women and community leaders helping to push the city of Columbus forward. The ‘HerStory Makers‘ event is focused on honoring those living a legacy of service and commitment to others.
Leaders with the Columbus Urban League said these women are truly community leaders. They help serve as an inspiration to other young men and women throughout the city.
Vinita Clements is the executive vice president and chief human resources officer for Nationwide. She has a huge responsibility leading diversity and recruitment efforts for Nationwide.
LC Johnson is an award-winning writer, entrepreneur and activist with a passion for uplifting women across Central Ohio.
Maude Hill is a longtime community activist and social justice advocate in Columbus who’s well known across the Central Ohio community for her work to positively impact the lives of others.
The Columbus Urban League is honoring the impressive trio for their passion and mission of service.
All three are described as trailblazers helping to make Columbus a better place.
The women will be honored at a celebration Thursday, May 18. ABC 6 is proud to take part. Anchor Jackie Orozco and assistant news director Rodney Dunigan will be serving as the co-emcees for the event.
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