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Most Influential Women

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Each year, 20 women are honored for improving the southwest Missouri business, civic and philanthropic communities.


Nominate for 2024 now! Nomination deadline is July 17, 2024


Event Date: October 18, 2024

Location:  DoubleTree Hotel

Time: 11:30 am

Purchase Tickets: Tickets are not yet available for this event


2023 Most Influential Women honorees:

Alyea Alldredge, Mercy Health Foundation Springfield

Leisha Baker, Club Z! In-Home Tutoring Services

Carrie Brown, Elliott Robinson & Co. LLP

Amy Derdall, City Utilities of Springfield

Betsy Fogle, Missouri House of Representatives and United Way of the Ozarks

Jami Glenn, Springfield Dream Center

Nicole Holt, Springfield Public Schools

Lori Johnson Murawski, TelComm Credit Union

Bridget Lovelle, KY3/KSPR

Stephanie Matthews, Simmons Bank

Ami Harshad Patel Miller, U.S. Attorney’s Office, Western District of Missouri

Zora Mulligan, Missouri State University

Jennifer Murray, Mercy Springfield Communities

Lisa Odom, FORVIS LLP

Becky Phipps, Encompass Academy

Jacqueline Post, Marketing consultant

Jennifer Pyck, Higginbotham Insurance Agency Inc.

Shahad Sadeq, American Institute of Architects Springfield and Buxton Kubik Dodd Design Collective

Brandi VanAntwerp, Foster Adopt Connect Inc.

Rachel Watson, Keller Williams Greater Springfield


If you have questions about this event, please email Amy Egger at aegger@sbj.net or call 417-831-3238.

 

Click here to view past honorees.

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