Our 2017 Badass Women of Tucson include: Two burlesque dancers trying to change body image stereotypes, a mom who wrote a children's book because she didn't see her daughter reflected in any, a woman sending Native American girls to space camp, an activist for abused kids and more than a few scientists and entrepreneurs
We live alongside some amazing women.
Donna became the only woman on the West Coast to compete in the national finals in Miami. "Yeah, I’m from Tucson. What’s up, I'm here!"
"I acknowledge you are a strong badass woman, but it's up to you to acknowledge that you can do some healing."
She wrote the picture book "ClaraBelle Blue" for her daughter.
This Badass Woman of Tucson is a burlesque dancer, show producer, photographer, singer, costume designer, fitness instructor.
With fierceness and determination, Kelly Pillors pushed through the emotional aftermath of losing her breasts to cancer by caring for her son …
As a Hispanic girl growing up in Tucson, Czarina Salido had to be a fighter to overcome negative assumptions and obstacles but the challenges …
Meet Katya Karankevich.