Surrey Women in Business finalists chosen

Winners to be announced at March 8 luncheon hosted by Surrey Board of Trade.

Fifteen finalists in five categories have been selected for the 7th Annual Surrey Women in Business Awards.

Categories and finalists include:

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

Surrey Board of Trade will host an awards luncheon March 8 at Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel (15269 104 Ave.) to recognize Surrey’s businesswomen and their contributions to the community and announce the winners.

The keynote speaker will be Christine Day, CEO of Luvo. Christine has been named Fortune Magazine’s top 5 International Most Powerful Women, Canada’s Top 100 Women, and named CEO of the Year, by Globe and Mail and Business in Vancouver. Global BC anchor Steve Darling will be Master of Ceremonies.

Registration and lunch take place beginning at 11 a.m. with the awards program to follow from noon to 1:30 p.m. Admission is $55 or $440 for a table of eight.

To register, go to www.businessinsurrey.com or call 604-581-7130.

 

 

 

 

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