The sisters' mother was a nurse for thirty years and always encouraged Jessica and Josephine in the same direction.
Meet some of the remarkable Taos women working in health and education today. Many of these women work at Holy Cross Hospital here in Taos. Read about more remarkable women on Holy Cross's website.
Dedicated to helping Taos youth, Cynthia founded the local Girl Scouts Chapter in 1979 and has been a dedicated ice skating coach since 1994.
Interested in using art as a tool to work with teenagers, Joleen created Evolving Creative Opportunities (ECO), an innovative arts...
Josie has been seeking peace and justice and the well being of all humankind for as long as she can remember. As a practicing...
Early experience working on ski patrols informed Dr. Lynch's dedication to emergency medicine and when she first skied Taos, she . . .
The sisters teach Zumba, a dance-based fitness program set to Latin and international music.
Kathy has been mother, teacher, service provider, flamenco dancer – but these days, you can find her running the Taos First Steps program.
Monique has found a way to turn her two great avocations—writing and yoga—into vocations.
Kirstie designed the Integrative Massage Therapy Program for UNM-Taos, where she also co-designed the Yoga Teacher Training Program.
Sylvia always knew she was going to be a doctor but she credits her grandmother Simona, who was a folk healer, for teaching her about...