Six join Oklahoma Women's Hall of Fame

Ida Blackburn, Elaine Dodd, Lou Kerr, Terri Watkins, Nancy Miller and Linda Haneborg were inducted Thursday into the Oklahoma Women's Hall of Fame.
BY MICHAEL MCNUTT mmcnutt@opubco.com Published: April 12, 2013
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• Terri Watkins, a nationally acclaimed investigative journalist. She has worked diligently to elevate the stature for female reporters to cover hard news.

• Nancy Miller, a nationally and internationally known writer, director and producer of television and film. Her shows and films typically feature a strong woman lead, and she frequently interjects Oklahoma names and landmarks into her scripts.

• Linda Haneborg, a marketing consultant and media strategist. As an executive, small business owner and entrepreneur, women's and political activist and community volunteer, she has dedicated herself to empowering women in their careers.

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