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May 3, 2017 12:17 pm

Nonprofit of the Year and 7 more of your 2017 Rad Awards winners

TechGirlz, 900AM-WURD and the Mayor's Commission on LGBT Affairs Chair Sharron Cooks were all crowned last night.

Tracey Welson-Rossman accepts a Rad Award for TechGirlz.

(Photo by Roberto Torres)

Philly Tech Week presented by Comcast is organized by Generocity's parent company, Technically Media.
Philly Tech Week presented by Comcast always has a helluva lot of sweet impact events on deck, and the most celebratory of them is the Rad Awards.

Digital content strategist Leah Kauffman’s annual event spotlights some of the most accomplished and, yes, rad women in Philly, with several categories dedicated to the social impact community.

Here are a few of this year’s winners:

  • Activist of the Year — Sara Lomax-Reese, president of 900AM-WURD

And the coveted title of Rad Girl of the Year went to Sharron Cooks, chair of the Mayor’s Commission on LGBT Affairs

Check out the rest of the winners here.

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