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Moms Doing More in the 904: Teresa Miles, Executive Director at the Women’s Center of Jacksonville

With the rise of the long overdue #MeToo movement, women all over the globe are finally — and fearlessly — breaking their silence on sexual assault and abuse. While their stories of survival continue to be heard and headlines on harassment and rape run rampant, dedicated sexual assault advocates like Teresa Miles are needed now […]

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Moms Doing More in the 904: Kasey Repass, Type 1 Diabetes Advocate

Kasey Repass’ life was forever changed on April 2, 2009. Her 4-year-old daughter Robinson started losing weight and was very lethargic. She was drinking a ton of water and started wetting the bed after being potty trained for a couple of years. They took her to the doctor thinking she had urinary tract infection. Her […]

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Moms Doing More in the 904: Karen McConeghy Prewitt, Disability Advocate

Karen McConeghy Prewitt, a 30-year resident of Jacksonville originally from Chicago, was in the process of sending her 18-year-old daughter, Courtney, to college when she discovered that she and her husband were expecting. The pregnancy alone was shocking enough, but finding out their son, Caleb, had both Down syndrome and heart defects was even more so. […]

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Moms Doing More in the 904: Jennifer Chapman, Public Affairs at Mayo Clinic

If you haven’t already met Jennifer Chapman in person, you’ve probably seen her name. Maybe you’ve worked with her on a board at Leadership Jacksonville, sat with her on a committee for the Junior League of Jacksonville, or volunteered with her at Junior Achievement of Florida. Maybe you’ve purchased something from one of her startups, […]

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Moms Doing More in the 904: Jacksonville’s First Lady Molly Curry

You might recognize Molly Curry as Jacksonville’s First Lady, wife of Mayor Lenny Curry. But before gaining that title, she was a certified public accountant who practiced for eight years before becoming a full-time mom to her three children — Boyd, 12, Brooke, 11, and Bridget, 8. Molly enjoys supporting the educational and recreational interests […]

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