FOX8`s Remarkable Women of the Triad special

Who will be the Piedmont Triad’s Remarkable Woman of the Year for 2023?

FOX8 wants to recognize the great contributions women have made to our nation and local communities. Remarkable Women is part of a nationwide Nexstar Media initiative to honor the influence that women have had on public policy, social progress and the quality of life.

Nominations are open from Nov. 13 through Dec. 17, 2022. We are looking for local women who inspire, lead and forge the way for other women. Nominees should exemplify community contribution, self-achievement and innovation, creativity and/or entrepreneurial spirit. Entries must include a short, original essay of 500 words or less about your nominee. Only one entry is allowed per person.

FOX8’s panel of judges will review eligible entry essays. Four Triad women will be selected as finalists and profiled during the FOX8 6 p.m. news.

One of the four finalists will be named Piedmont Triad’s Woman of the Year and win a $1,000 donation to a charity of her choice!

The Piedmont Triad’s Woman of the Year will advance to the semi-finalist regional round. One of seven regional winners will be selected as Nexstar’s Remarkable Woman of 2023.

Please also follow the Remarkable Women Facebook page here for stories about These Remarkable Women across the country!

For rules and to submit your nomination, visit our Remarkable Women 2023 contest page.

Last Year’s Finalists

Our 2022 Piedmont Triad Remarkable Woman of the year was Shirley Greenwood!

Shirley Greenwood

Winston-Salem

Shirley has given decades of service to the Winston-Salem community, having served as a Winston-Salem deputy, promoting breast cancer awareness and standing up for survivors of rape. Read More →

Gwynne Donohue

Greensboro

Gwynne has dedicated her life to honoring those who have served in the U.S. militay, from serving as a guardian on the Triad Flight of Honor to celebrating homecomings for active duty service men and women.
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Charlotte Evans

Burlington

Charlotte can’t help but to help others. She is the founder of Freedom Hope Compassionate Ministries, and she works to make sure her non-profit lives up to its name.
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Leah McNair

High Point

Leah is all about bringing people together. Amid the isolation of the pandemic, she started Sister Circle. The group is now 7,000 strong!
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