Santa Barbaran Deborah Hutchinson Receives Award

Career Technical Education Equality Council Honors Area Filmmaker

Gutsy Gals Inspire Me, a Santa Barbara-based multimedia company, recently received the Myra P. Sadker Award from the Career Technical Education Equity Council for its film The Impossible Journey of Bertha Benz. The short written and produced by Deborah Hutchison tells the story of the first person to ever drive more than a mile. For more on the film and Gutsy Gals, visit

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