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It May Be the End of Women’s History Month…

It May Be the End of Women’s History Month…

Posted March 30th, 2015 in Uncategorized.

As Women’s History Month comes to an end, it is important to remember that history never ends – the making of it happens every day. With women being in the spotlight for a month, it has served as a great reminder that women are game-changers too, and that history is often made by those who are overlooked and unacknowledged.

KEEPING OUR EYE ON THE BALL

Certainly discrimination in all it forms prevails. The challenge lies in being informed without losing focus, and maintaining commitment to positive action in our lives. By tracking and sharing the news of contemporary women impacting history and of women from the past who have helped pave the way, we hope you will be inspired to seek and make the changes you want in your career.

If you feel the call to continue celebrating women in your life or women you have not met but who inspire you, please share with us. We are committed to celebrating the accomplishments of women everywhere. And remember, every step is a precedent for the next. Every day, we are making history – together.

We would like to take a moment to recognize and congratulate these women for their accomplishments and promotions as they move into the executive suites and boardrooms:

PROMOTIONS

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 Julie Hamp, promoted to Director

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 Sumita Banerjee, promoted to SVP

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 Larisa Perry, promoted to NE lead region President

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 D’Arcy Rudnay, promoted to Executive Vice President

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 Marion Blakey, named new CEO

BREAKING INTO THE BOARDROOM

Jane L Warner, Brunswick Corporation Board of Directors. Click here for article.

Cammie Dunaway, Nordstrom Bank board seat

Anne S. Smith, Board of Directors for PG&E Corporation. Click here for article.

Billie Williamson, Board of Directors for Janus Capital Group, Inc. Click here for article.