DAYTON – Better Business Bureau’s Women in Business Networking program announced the 2019 class of Top 25 Women to Watch for Dayton and the Miami Valley region.
“Extraordinary minds, extraordinary works and contributions to our community – this year’s honorees are such accomplished leaders. They are women who are changing Dayton,” Melissa Cutcher, chief business officer for BBB serving Dayton and the Miami Valley, said.
The Top 25 Women to Watch signature event embodies one of the mission tenets of WiBN to help women build careers and personal success through recognition for their work and service to their community. This strong WiBN community of women strive to embrace the power of connection by helping each other get from where they are in their businesses or careers to where they want to go.
2019 Top 25 Women to Watch include:
· Jennifer Baker, Huntington Bank
· Judy Brinegar, B63 Line
· Catherine Campbell, St. Mary Development Corp.
· Julie Cannon, Dayton Children’s
· Marilyn Caporini, Kangen Water
· Phillitia Charlton, Charlton, Charlton & Associates
· Shari Cooper, Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley
· Ann Riegle Crichton, Dayton Metro Library
· Melissa Dodd, City of Bellbrook
· Rachel Goodspeed, Vectren
· Myla Cardona-Jones, Sinclair College/Law & Leadership Institute
· Elizabeth Koelker, Kettering Health Network
· Wendy Larson, WPAFB
· Judi MacLeod, Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School
· Beth Mann, For Love Of Children
· Desteni Mason, Performance Mortgage
· Heather Martin, MartinInk
· Amy Matney, Omnicom Workforce Solutions
· Nancy Pook, MD, FACEP, Kettering Health Network
· Brianna Snyder, Knack Creative
· Kylene Terhune, The Tiny Fit Diva
· Kim Vesey, Ohio’s Hospice/Hospice of Dayton
· Mindy Waldren, Altamira Technology Corp.
· Missy Mae Walters, McAfee Heating & Air Conditioning
· Ann Charles Watts, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
For 11 years, WiBN Top 25 Women to Watch has honored more than 275 women. This program allows distinguished honorees to share their stories, shining a spotlight on their successes and failures to encourage our next generation of women.
For more information about this honor, visit wibn.org.