Kathy Hall, Naomi Sikora and Diana Sirko will be honored at an upcoming event for their professional and personal contributions to the community.
The three were named Western Slope Women of Distinction for 2021. The Girl Scouts of Colorado will honor them at a Women of Distinction event set for 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Nov. 4 at the Grand Junction Convention Center at 159 Main St.
“I am honored to welcome this year’s class of Women of Distinction. They are strong, bold, empowered women who represent the leadership and excellence that powers today’s world,” said Leanna Clark, chief executive officer of Girl Scouts of Colorado.
Hall is owner and principal of Kathy Hall and Associates. She also served two terms as Mesa County commissioner. She recently was appointed chairwoman of the Transportation Commission of Colorado.
Sikora has worked as a clinical registered nurse at SCL Health St. Mary’s Medical Center since 2013. She volunteered to travel to New York City during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic to care for patients there.
Sirko is superintendent of Mesa County School District 51. She previously served in other school districts around Colorado.
Since the program began in 2013, Girl Scouts of Colorado has recognized more than 20 Women of Distinction in Western Colorado.
For more information about tickets and sponsorships for the Women of Distinction event, visit the website at www.girlscoutsofcolorado.org/en/support-us/fundraising-events/women-of-distinction-grand-junction.html.