2012 class of Influential Women in Business honored by 'Business Report'
Since 1997, Business Report has annually honored women in the Capital Region who are leaders in their businesses and our community. The 10 women included in Business Report's Influential Women in Business class of 2012 are drivers of the health care, banking, economic development, legal, government and nonprofit sectors in Greater Baton Rouge. The honorees are: Barbara Auten, Alzheimer's Services of the Capital Area; Shelly Dick, attorney; Kay Goodwyn, president & CEO, Roco Rescue; Jamie Haeuser, senior vice president of operations, Woman's Hospital; JoEllen Kearny, CPA/Financial adviser, Daigrepont & Brian; Dee LeJeune, CEO, St. Elizabeth Hospital; Janet Olson, relationship manager, Capital One Bank; Christy Reeves, director of community relations, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana; Erin Monroe Wesley, senior vice president of governmental affairs, Baton Rouge Area Chamber; and Monica Zumo, managing partner, Hannis T. Bourgeois. Check out profiles of this year's honorees in the new edition of Business Report here. Each will be recognized at the 2012 Influential Women in Business Awards luncheon at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on Tuesday. The luncheon will feature internationally recognized speaker and author Lisa Johnson, who helps organizations accelerate growth by applying the latest techniques in storytelling to common business challenges including leadership, sales, innovation and marketing communications. Tickets for the luncheon are $40 each—with tables of 10 available for $400—and they can be purchased online here through Thursday at noon. After that, tickets can be purchased by calling 928-1700.
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