Achieving Greatness

Honoring the best in business
by RaeAnne Marsh

Business and achievement seem to go hand in hand. The notion of achieving goals, success or even greatness is, at some point, inherent in building a business. Honoring achievement is our way of looking back at the incredible stories of those who have helped others build their business and grow to success.

In this issue, we are honoring 14 Women of Achievement. Each has been selected by our editorial staff based on her involvement in our business community, her connection to doing good for our community and having demonstrated great success in business. Each is a woman of achievement in very different ways and, together, bring great awareness to achievement as women in business.

This year, we honor these women in business in a very different way. We have included a feature in the next few pages so you’ll get to know them. They will each be honored at our Women of Achievement event on Oct. 6th at the Camelback Inn. We are also honoring Linda M. Herold, this month’s Guest Editor, as our first-ever Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. In addition, our keynote speaker this year is Letitia Frye, an accomplished woman of achievement herself who will talk to our guests about the impact women have on business and the importance of empowering young women.

Please meet our 2017 Women of Achievement.

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