Mamosa Foster

Knoxville

One of our four finalists has poured her heart into the education and well-being of others in a cause she hopes you can help. Read More…

Cheryl Allmon- 2021 Remarkable Women winner!

Knoxville

Director of Volunteer Services and Programs at East Tennessee Children’s Hospital, she makes it more than a job. It’s a calling that began when her child was seriously ill. Read More…

Nora King

Knoxville

She’s a voice of compassion for thousands of people at home and around the world. Nora King is co-pastor of Redemption Church, and an author of two books that are timely right now. Read More…

Gwen McKenzie

Knoxville

She’s the first African American woman to serve on City Council. She also serves as vice mayor. Read More…

OUR 2021 REMARKABLE WOMEN WINNER IS CHERYL ALLMON!

Watch Nexstar’s Remarkable Women special on Sunday, April 11.

Every Tuesday in March we highlighted an outstanding woman from our area who was nominated by viewers. Four finalists were eligible to be named our local Remarkable Woman of the Year – and then qualify to be named Nexstar Media Group’s national Woman of the Year.  Our Remarkable Women campaign coincides with March’s celebration of Women’s History Month.

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.

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