Arlington, VA – In its 11th year, the Washington Business Journal Women Who Mean Business Awards program has over 280 alumnae including some of the most powerful in Washington. Every autumn the Washington Business Journal selects a new class to join the coveted group. The Washington Business Journal is pleased to announce the following honorees in its 2014 Women Who Mean Business awards program:
Leona Agouridis, Golden Triangle Business Improvement District
Marla Malcom Beck, Bluemercury Inc.
Jennifer Bognet, Bognet Construction
Sister Mary Bourdon, Washington School for Girls
Mary Brady, The Economic Club of Washington D.C.
Donna Cooper, Pepco
Tamara Copeland, Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers
Tamara Darvish, Darcars Automotive Group
Anita Dunn, SKDKnickerbocker
Margaret Dunning, Widmeyer
Communications, a Finn Partners Company
Celia Edwards Karam, Capital One Bank
Kathleen Flanagan, Abt Associates Inc.
Denise Hart, O2 Lab Inc.
Laurie Hill, MedImmune
Kathy Hollinger, Restaurant Association
Nazzic Keene, SAIC
Meredith LaPier, CBRE Inc.
Suzanne Laporte, Compass
Susan Neely, American Beverage Association
Sarah Nutter, George Mason University, School of Business
Nicole Quiroga, Telemundo
Heather Stouffer, Mom Made Foods
Payal Tak, Telesis
Sally Wilson, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank
Pandit Wright, Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington
The Women Who Mean Business awards program is designed to honor the region’s most influential businesswomen. These women are from every industry and profession; women who’ve made a difference in their communities, blazed a trail for the rest of us, and are leaving a mark on Washington DC business. Honored individuals will be profiled in the November 14, 2014 edition of the Washington Business Journal.
Washington Business Journal, along with title sponsor, Capital One Bank, will recognize the honorees at an evening awards program to be held November 13, 2014 at the Four Seasons Hotel.
Registration begins at 6:30 pm with cocktails and an awards program to follow.
Registration information for the event is available at:
Questions concerning the event can be directed to Whitney Suntum at 703-258-0854 or
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