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Women of Distinction
- Thursday, September 25, 2014
- 6:00pm to 9:00pm
253 New York Road
- Sandy Grady
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Women of Distinction is a nationwide program of Girl Scouts of the USA that recognizes the achievement of women. As Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York educates girls to be future community leaders, we want to recognize the community leaders of today. Honorees are awarded for their strength of character, dedicated community service, emphasis on life-long learning, along with their dedication to fostering self-confidence and leadership skills in others. Many women who are leaders in their fields credit Girl Scouting with helping them build the set of skills that paved their road to success.
(NOMINATION CATCHMENT AREA: Clinton, Essex, Franklin or Northern Hamilton counties.)
HONOREES FOR 2014:
Devi Momot – CEO, Twinstate Technologies – Distinguished Trailblazer
This award honors a woman who has a proven track record of reaching ambitious or unconventional goals demonstrated by upward career mobility, steady growth and leadership skills. She is willing to take risks, inspires and motivates others. She has “broken glass ceilings,” overcome and excelled under extreme challenges and demonstrated perseverance.
Tonia Finnegan – Materials Operations Controller, Graymont- Distinguished Community Leader
This award will be given to a woman who has demonstrated outstanding contributions over a period of time to her community. She is a role model, community leader, mentor, or has broken new ground. She is an agent for change who has made a measurable difference to those around her.
Kaysie Kyler - Distinguished Personal Achievement
This award honors a woman who lives her life in such a way to serve others, both through her career and volunteer activities. She is a leader and an inspiration to others in all aspects of her life. She is willing to take risks and pursue activities that she believes in. It is by her example that others are motivated to take action.
Christine Darrah – Distinguished Leader of Tomorrow (age 17-21)
This award will be presented to a young woman who is/was a Girl Scout and has demonstrated outstanding leadership ability and has contributed to her school and community. She has spearheaded a project or program to improve quality of life.
$60 per ticket
$600 for table of 10
Purchase Tickets ONLINE HERE
For more information, firstname.lastname@example.org, 518-348-1413 x408
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