Marilyn Russell's Remarkable Women

Remarkable Women

Marilyn Russell presents a full 30-minute show, “Marilyn Russell’s Remarkable Women,” Sunday mornings at 6:30 a.m. on 98.1 WOGL.

This program celebrates and showcases women doing extraordinary things in the community 365-days-a-year.  Every week, two Remarkable Women from the Delaware Valley are interviewed about their “Remarkable” achievements.

Remarkable Women: National Brain Tumor Society & Keep Music Alive

First on the show are three remarkable women from the National Brain Tumor Society. The mission of NBTS is to discover a cure, enable the delivery of effective treatments, mobilize and unite the brain tumor community, and advocate for patients and their care partners. The 14th Annual Race for Hope...
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Remarkable Women: National Brain Tumor Society & Clean Air Council

First on the show are three remarkable women from the National Brain Tumor Society . The mission of NBTS is to discover a cure, enable the delivery of effective treatments, mobilize and unite the brain tumor community, and advocate for patients and their care partners. The 14th Annual Race for Hope...
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Remarkable Women: Zabeth Teelucksing​h & Erin Clemens

First on the show is Zabeth Teelucksing​h, Executive Director for the non-profit Global Philadelphia Association (GPA) . Under her leadership, GPA partnered with the City of Philadelphia for membership in the Organization of World Heritage Cities, making Philadelphia the first World Heritage City...
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Remarkable Women: Cheryl Collelouri and Zabeth Teelucksingh

First we pick up where we left off with Cheryl Colleluori, President of the HEADstrong Foundation , whose mission is to improve lives affected by cancer in memory of its founder, her son Nicholas. Next we meet Zabeth Teelucksingh, Executive Director for the non-profit Global Philadelphia...
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Marilyn Russell's Remarkable Women: Catherine Cahill and Cindy Chupack

First on the show is Catherine Cahill, President & CEO of the Mann Center for the Performing Arts. The Mann has so many great upcoming concerts and events including Grease™ with Orchestra performed by The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia on Thursday, August 15. Tickets are available at www...
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Marilyn Russell's Remarkable Women: with Sarah Laurel and Amy Needle

We pick up where we left off last week with Sarah Laurel. Sarah is the Director of Outreach for Savage Sisters Non-Profit . Savage Sisters is dedicated to helping women in recovery. They offer women the opportunity for healing all aspects of the disease of addiction; mind, body and spirit. Sarah’s...
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Marilyn Russell's Remarkable Women: Diane Melley and Sarah Laurel

First on the show is Diane Melley, Executive Director of Second Century Initiatives & Corporate Partnerships for The Philadelphia Foundation (TPF). TPF is currently in the middle of a first-of-its-kind grantmaking initiative called The Key to Community Grants . TPF invited community members to...
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Marilyn Russell's Remarkable Women: Jennifer Ulibarri, Territory Outreach Manager, Promises Behavioral Health, and Alix Croop from Cirque Du Soleil: Amaluna

First on the show is Jennifer Ulibarri, a Territory Outreach Manager for Promises Behavioral Health . Jennifer is dedicated to helping individuals start on their road to recovery from mental health disorders and substance use. Then we meet the star of Cirque du Soleil Amaluna, Alix Croop . Alix is...
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Marilyn Russell's Remarkable Women: Ellyn Phillips, Volunteer President of the ALS Foundation

Did you know the Philadelphia Phillies principal charity is the ALS Association? The Phillies have raised $18.4 million to fight ALS thanks to their partnership with this week’s remarkable woman, Ellyn Phillips. Ellyn has served as the volunteer president of the ALS Association since 1984 and has...
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Remarkable Women: Liz Scott and Anna Payne

First on the show is Liz Scott, the Co-Executive Director of Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation . In 2000, her 4-year-old daughter Alex announced that she wanted to hold a lemonade stand to raise money to help find a cure for other children with cancer. In her lifetime, Alex would go on to raise over...
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