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Fort Worth Business Press has announced the 2016 Great Women of Texas. This prestigious event honors outstanding women in Texas who are recognized for their significant accomplishments in business, civic and social contributions. Each woman honored is a trailblazer in their business interests, but it is their dedication to family and the community that makes them stand-out. The awards ceremony will take place Wednesday, Oct. 26 at the Fort Worth Club at 6:30 p.m. Look for a special section honoring the women in the Nov. 31 edition of Fort Worth Business Press.

To purchase tickets to the event click here. For more information, contact Lauren Vay at lvay@bizpress.net.

2016 Legacy Awards

Roz Rosenthal              

Rozanne Rosenthal

2016 Leaders in Government Awards

Mayor Betsy Price

City of Fort Worth        

Mayor Beth Van Duyne

City of Irving                                                           

2016 Women of Influence

Teresa Marie Ayala

Tarrant County College

Tamara J. Bopp, RID, IIDA

Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford

Tillie Burgin

Mission Arlington

Norma Nelson Crow

Rattikin Title Company

Katie Farmer

BNSF Railway

Mae Ferguson

Fort Worth Sister Cities International

Tracy Green

TinMan Enterprises

Sally Jenkins

The Washington Post

Kim Johnson

Dorsett Johnson & Swift, LLP

Nancy E. Jones

North Texas Community Foundation

Dr. Cheryl Kimberling

Multicultural Alliance

J.R. Labbe

JPS Health Network

Sharon M. Leite

Sally Beauty Supply, LLC

Rosalinda Martinez

City of Fort Worth Public Library

Reverend Linda McDermott

First United Methodist Church

Beth Prim

PRIM Construction

Susan S. Roberts


Gleniece A. Robinson

Fort Worth Library, City of Fort Worth

Sharon Schieffer Mayes

Penrose Foundation

Glenn Hollins Spoons

Gloria Starling

The Capital Grille Fort Worth

Heidi Phillips Swartz

The Cowtown Marathon, Inc.

Sandra Tuomey

Fort Worth Country Day

Vivian Wells

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