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15 in '15: Jefferson City area business women profiled

October 26, 2015 at 4:00 a.m. | Updated October 26, 2015 at 4:00 a.m.
From left, Erin Wiseman, Carrie Tergin, Lisa Mankin and Mary Kay Kempker are featured on the cover of #jcmo Inside Business for Fall 2015. They're four of 15 Jefferson City area business women profiled in the 15 in '15 feature.

Erin Wiseman, Carrie Tergin, Lisa Mankin and Mary Kay Kempker are four of the 15 in "15 featured in #jcmo Inside Business as leading women in Jefferson City area business.

STAFF PHOTO FLIP PUTTHOFF 
Turkey vulture Igor spreads wings for wildlife rehabilitator Lynn Sciumbato and the crowd at Hobbs State Park-Wildlife Management Area. When vultures soar, they’re smelling for food, Sciumbato told the crowd at the park visitor center during her program. “That makes sense because their food stinks,” she said.
STAFF PHOTO FLIP PUTTHOFF Turkey vulture Igor spreads wings for wildlife rehabilitator Lynn Sciumbato and the crowd at Hobbs State Park-Wildlife Management Area. When vultures soar, they’re smelling for food, Sciumbato told the crowd at the park visitor center during her program. “That makes sense because their food stinks,” she said.

Each local businesswoman is recognized for her professional success and her positive impact on the community.

Access their profiles:

Carrie Tergin: Third generation entrepreneur shares time between business, mayoral duties

Erin Wiseman: Attorney balances courtroom duties with a heavy dose of community ties

Nikki Payne: Boutique owner brings something new to hometown

Kris Ballage: Real estate agent never closes the door to opportunities

Suzie Nichols: Passionate musician composes second career in finance

Mary Kay Kempker: Jeweler connects with customers as friends

Catherine Crum: Salon owner relies on faith and community to spur success

Dr. Angel Allen: Experienced dermatologist focuses her business on stopping melanoma

Regina Garr: Birds-I-View owner a longtime presence for those who share her passion

Marilyn Herigon: Saleswoman who loves her work at age 71 has no plans to retire

Dr. Paige Hedgpath: Optometrist set her career goals early, knowing she could achieve them

Carolyn McDowell: Longtime store owner is civic-minded community fixture

Lisa Mankin: Restaurant owner credits faith and family for success, perseverance

Judy Dietzel: Sign company president is matriarch of family business

Jami Wenzel: Self-made woman balances real estate sales, grocery store ownership

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