YWCA Resourceful Women’s Luncheon

Check out another great event coming up that we would like to showcase for our friends at the YWCA! Details below – we hope to see you there!
YWCA Resourceful Women’s Luncheon
Thursday, November 1
11:30am to 1:30pm
Hilton Garden Inn Troy, NY
Join us for the 2012 Resourceful Women Awards Luncheon, established in 2000 to recognize and honor those whose community and professional pursuits advance the empowerment of women, a core value of the YWCA mission.
Last year the YWCA honored 17 women from throughout the Capital Region in nine different categories, enjoyed a delicious lunch and networked with friends. This year, the YWCA will be honor Marri Aviza and Lisa Norgrove from Rumors Salon & Day Spa and Rumors IV Men. In addition, several other honorees will be feted:

Education
Kelly Magoolaghan, Susan O’Dell – Taylor SchoolDean
Sharon Robinson, Russell Sage College
Entrepreneur
Sue Dunckels ,Sweet Sue’s
Amy Friedman, BroadBlast Managed
     Communications
Mary Lourdes Genevive, Fleur De Lis
Front-Line
Susan B. Chasney ,The Troy Record
Kathy Kirsch, Mosaic Associates Architects
Health and Human Services
Margaret Holcomb, Capital Region Midwives
Sabrina Mosseau, Samaritan Hospital Cancer
      Treatment Center
Mary Christine Yamin, Upper Hudson Planned
      Parenthood
Management
Christine Alber, Internet Marketing Ninja’s
Meghan Keenholts, E. Stewart Jones Law Firm, PLLC
Beth Miller, WERC
Kathy Slovic, BlueShield of Northeastern New York
Philanthropy
Kate Koval, CDPHP
Public Service
Margaret Story
 

 
For more information and to purchase tickets please contact:
Victoria Baecker at 274-7100 or victoriab@ywca-gcr.org
Author:  Kathleen Pingelski
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