Finalists named for Surrey Women in Business Awards

Luvo CEO Christine Day is keynote speaker at March 8 luncheon in Guildford

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SURREY — The hard work of Surrey business women and their contributions to the community will be recognized during an annual event on Tuesday, March 8.

The Surrey Women in Business Awards luncheon, held in celebration of International Women’s Day, will be held at the Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel.

The event is hosted by Surrey Board of Trade in partnership with presenting sponsor Vancity Savings Credit Union.

The event’s keynote speaker is Christine Day (pictured), CEO of Luvo.

Day has been named in Fortune magazine’s ‘Top 5 International Most Powerful Women,’ ‘Canada’s Top 100 Women,’ and named CEO of the Year, by the Globe and Mail and Business in Vancouver.

Steve Darling of Global BC returns as emcee.

The award sponsor is Desjardins Financial Security Independent Network.

For event tickets and more information, visit www.businessinsurrey.com or call 604-581-7130.

Tickets are $55 each or $440 for a table of eight.

Below is the list of Surrey Women in Business Awards finalists:

Entrepreneur

Leanne Cordeiro – Salon Cordeiro

Sara Hodson – Live Well Exercise Clinic

Maria Nieves Santos-Greaves – Surrey Hearing Care Inc.

Professional

Supneet Chawla – ACE Trade and Technical Institute

Amanjit Lidder – MNP

Dr. Sarah Lubik – Simon Fraser University

Not-for-Profit Leader

Melanie Houlden – Surrey Libraries

Lucille Pacey – Arts Umbrella

Karen Reid-Sidhu – Surrey Crime Prevention Society

Corporate / Leadership

Ashleigh Brown – Robert Half Canada

Janice Comeau – LMS Reinforcing Steel Group

Karen Klein – ICBC

Social Trailblazer

MaryAnne Connor – NightShift Street Ministries Society

Debra Finlayson – Vertical Bridge Corporate Consulting

Marilyn Herrmann – Surrey Food Bank

 

 

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