Cassandra McShepard is among 14 women being honored by the U.S Postal Service. She's a recipient of the "Women Putting Their Stamp on Metro Milwaukee" award. The U.S. Postal service selected the women for having made a positive impact on their community. The award also coincides with March being Women's History Month. A luncheon will be held on Friday, March 23rd for the women being honored. Here's a list of all the women who will be celebrated for their work. Abilities Awareness - Janelle Stella, Milwaukee Center for Independence Arts or Entertainment - Valencia Turner, Ko-Thi Dance Company Business - Louise Hutchins, Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee Diversity Champion - Sharon Jordan, Direct Supply Education - Paula Zamiatowski, Milwaukee County Parks Emerging Leader - Rebecca Hall, University of Wisconsin Madison Government Service or Law - Vada Waters-Lindsey, Marquette Law Health or Social Services – Sonia Dumit-Minkel, Zablocki VA Medical Center Humanitarianism - Christine Safranek, St. Marcus School Media - Cassandra McShepard, WITI-TV Fox 6 ‘Real Milwaukee’ talk show Military - Darcie Greul, VA Medical Center Postal Service - Mary Lee Yambor, Salem Post Office; Beatrice Campbell, North Shore Post Office Volunteerism - Kristine Havlik, Foley & Lardner, LLP Over the last 14 years, the U.S. Postal Service has honored 281 women for their service to community.