Entrepreneur Heidi Ganahl to Address ACRW Luncheon Tomorrow

By Julie Church

Heidi Ganahl won statewide election to her college Regent-at-Large seat in 2016. As Regent-At-Large she is responsible for a $3.8 billion budget for Colorado’s largest higher education system. A Republican from Superior, she is best known as the founder of the country’s largest pet care franchise, which sold in 2014 for $100 million.

Please join us at the Archuleta County Republican Women’s luncheon tomorrow, Tuesday November 14, at Boss Hogg’s at noon, to gain important insight into several important issues at the state level. Lunch will be available for $12.

Ganahl received the 2016 Colorado Brave Leader Award and was chosen as one of Fortune’s 10 Most Promising Women Entrepreneurs. She also was featured in Parade Magazine’s Designing Women: 10 of the Most Amazing Female Entrepreneurs in U.S. History.

Passionate about giving back, Ganahl serves on various boards focused on entrepreneurship and education. She also leads her own nonprofit, the ‘Fight Back Foundation,’ to positively tackle the most pressing issues facing today’s youth, including bullying, teen sex assault, school safety and substance abuse in teens.


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