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The Fort Worth Business Press honored the 2019 Great Women of Texas on Nov. 6 at Four 11.

The event was presented by Baylor Scott & White.

Gold Sponsors were Rod Patrick Bootmakers and Kimbell Art Museum. The Bronze Sponsor was APEX Leadership Mastery

Here are the honorees:

Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price – Legend Award

“I do think that the art of compromise and of listening and being respectful of each other has been lost – the last few years particularly,” she said in a recent FWBP interview. “It’s been going that way for a long time. It’s a tough spot but you just have to be respectful.”

Louella Baker Martin – Legacy Award

“Get to know people you meet and keep in contact, “being there” for others, listen to their ideas, follow-up, have a sense of humor,” she said.

Pat Harrison Dedicated Service Award

“My career at BRIT has focused on nature education, specifically plants and our natural environment. Plants have always been a passion, and I’ve come to realize the power of nature to improve lives,” she said.

Dr. Susan Rudd Bailey, President-Elect, American Medical Association

Ashli Blumenfeld, Standard Meat Co.

Carol Bracken, Tarrant County College District

Carol Brown, Como Lions Heart

Dr. Vanessa Bouché, Texas Christian University

Dr. Rebecca Cunningham, University of North Texas Health Science Center

Elyse Dickerson, Eosera Inc.

Marcie Finney Ditto, Mustard Seed Jewelry

Sharon Hayes, City of Weatherford

Denise Helms, Overture Home Care

Larryssa Hilcher, D&M Leasing

Glenda Johnson, Ascension Business Capital

Officer Brandi Kamper, Fort Worth Police Department

Anette Landeros, Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

MiShon Landry, Culture Consultants

Jessica Morrison, Thompson & Knight LLP

Mary Russell, Higginbotham Insurance Agency

Donna Rutter, EY LLP

Robin Sanders, Travel Industry

Molly Sandlin, CAET Project Management

Kara Waddell, Child Care Associates

Victoria Wollmann Wise, Madeworthy Media, Tanglewood Moms

Christine Wood, Burns & McDonnell

For full stories on all honorees, see the Nov. 4 issue of the Fort Worth Business Press.


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