Vail Daily letter: Browning for Vail council
I have known Doe Browning for a number of years in our capacity as members of a national organization called Rachel’s Network. One of my philanthropic interests has been in encouraging, promoting and supporting women candidates to elective office from all parties. It is my belief that a more gender equity political system in our country, at all levels, would serve our communities/society well in such complicated and troubled times.
Doe Browning, a lifelong Vail resident, volunteer and philanthropist, has demonstrated her leadership skills throughout her career with both creative and business savvy approaches. She is smart, intuitive, direct and fair. She is an excellent listener, makes decisions based on collected information, and has the organizational skills to manage multiple tasks efficiently. I am delighted that Doe has stepped up to seek an elected position in the town and feel certain that the residents will greatly benefit from her leadership, if they so choose.
Winsome Dunn McIntosh
President, The McIntosh Foundation
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