Granted, she may not have the background that "older" deities do, many who are pan-theistic operate within established pantheons. Some don't, and to those she may be a valid choice for reverence, despite her relative youth (look at Wicca).
But as I said above, I don't, and wouldn't. But then, I also wouldn't worship the flying spaghetti monster, either. Not my "cup o' tea" as it were.
Though you do make some interesting points. What would she venerate in this day and age?
Freedom? Actual, honest-for-truth freedom?
Something less abstract?
Hard to say. Perhaps forward progress and personal drive (given etymological roots to Columbus), or maybe establishment of a smoother-running society, in which crime is lessened through more severe punishments, and rewards are given based on merit rather than pre-existing wealth.