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IN THE COMMUNITY with Charles Tureaud – NAWBO Women of Distinction Awards

April 11, 2011 by  
Filed under Community

Las Vegas Black Image would like to recognize and celebrate the finalists and winners of the 2011 Women of Distinction Awards:

Berna Rhodes-Ford, Women of Distinction Awards Chair for
National Association Women Business Owners

1. Jacqulyn Shropshire, philanthropist, winner in Philanthropy and Community Service
2. Kimberly Bailey-Tureaud, co-publisher Las Vegas Black Image Magazine, winner in Communications and Public Relations
3. E. Lavonne Lewis, Las Vegas Urban League COO, winner in Glass Ceiling
4. Sonya Horsford, senior resident scholar at UNLV’s Lincy Institute, finalist in Rising Star
5. Juana Hart, J-Hart Communications president, finalist in Communications and Public Relations
6. Dzidra Junior, MGM Resorts International director of regional sales diversity, winner in Gaming, Hospitality and Convention Services
7. Charlene Green, Clark County School District deputy superintendent, finalist in Education
8. Millie Thomas, Cox Communications director of training and organizational development, winner in Human Resources and Training
9. Joni Flowers, Cultural Diversity Foundation executive director, finalist Philanthropy and Community Service
10. Debra Toney, TLC Health Care Services president, winner in Professional Services
11. Tracy Gamble-Peterson, Allstate Insurance new agency consultant, finalist in Retail and Business Services

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