Women to Watch
Every girl and every woman, has the potential to make this world a better place, and that potential lies in the act of thinking higher thoughts and feeling deeper things. ~ C. JoyBell C.
Please join us in congratulating these women on their achievements and contributions to our community.
Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida, Inc. named Stacey L. Herring Advisory Board Chair, one of two Hall of Fame Chairs, for its annual Business Hall of Fame event in April.
Iman Zekri of Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt, P.A. has been reelected as Secretary of the Association of Family Law Professionals (AFLP) board of directors.
Shelley Anderson was appointed interim executive director of the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs.
Deputy Rebecca Maciques from the Collier County Sheriff’s department was presented a Distinguished Public Service Award from The Greater Naples Chamber for going above and beyond to make Collier County a safer place to live.
President & CEO Dr. Jaclynn Faffer recognizes Volunteer of the Year Bonita King Steinkamp.
Baker Senior Center Naples (formerly Naples Senior Center) named Bonita King-Steinkamp its fourth annual Volunteer of the Year.
For consideration in Women to Watch, email a recent success story of a woman you’d like to celebrate, along with her high-resolution photo, to email@example.com. This might include a big accomplishment, award or honor received, appointment to a Board, educational achievement, etc.
Lisa Morningstar is the new barn manager at Naples Therapeutic Riding Center.
Alanna Marie Morey of Siena Wealth Advisory Group was named by Forbes Magazine as one of its 2023 Top Women Wealth Advisors.
Hallie Girardeau, CCM, Vice President, Clubhouse Operations of the Naples Yacht Club earned the Certified Club Manager (CCM) designation from the Club Management Association of America (CMAA).
Meredith Gavin of Freedom Waters Foundation was accepted into the Associate Leadership Collier program hosted by the Leadership Collier Foundation.
Empowerment Farm announced its new board of directors, which included the following women: Tiffany Lehman - founder and president; Ashleigh Dickinson - vice president; Nina Gray - development and fundraising committee chair; and Brigid Soldavini.