YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – In the last month, WKBN has introduced four remarkable women in the valley.

“What being remarkable is doing something and doing it well and caring about what you do…and making life better for the people around you because of that,” said the remarkable woman winner.

On Monday, WKBN introduced the remarkable woman winner, Crystal Siembida Boggs of the Siembida Boggs Philanthropic Foundation.

“I’m really not that remarkable. I just do what everybody else should be doing,” said Crystal Boggs.

Crystal Siembida Boggs is a woman that wears many hats. She is a mother, army veteran, philanthropist, and former city council member. Those are just some of the titles she’s held over the years.

When she returned from serving in the Army, she wanted to give back immediately. So, Boggs and her husband started their nonprofit,  the Siembida Boggs Philanthropic Foundation.

“When I first came back from the military, I realized how much receiving care packages was of benefit,” Boggs said.

Their foundation has grown to do more since then. Using their love of running, the couple has grown their non-profit and hold races. The profits from that go to an assortment of things, from buying Christmas gifts for those who can’t afford them to building a wheelchair ramps for veterans.

Boggs was accompanied by four other female nominees, each with their own inspiring stories.

“Any female can be remarkable. You could be a big powerful CEO. You could be a stay-at-home mom. What’s really remarkable is if you’re giving back to your community,” said Crystal.