The 2010 class of Women Who Mean Business includes some of the most influential members of the Washington D.C. business community.
Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) October 20, 2010
VIPdesk’s CEO Mary Naylor has been selected as a member of the Washington Business Journal’s 2010 class of Women Who Mean Business. She was one of twenty-five honorees selected from over 160 nominations.
“I am honored to be one of the Washington Business Journal’s 2010 class of Women Who Mean Business,” said Naylor. “The 2010 class of Women Who Mean Business includes some of the most influential members of the Washington D.C. business community. I am privileged and humbled to be in the company of these incredible women who have a tremendous impact on the face of business, both in the local area and beyond.”
Washington Business Journal (WBJ), the nation's largest publisher of metropolitan business newspapers, along with sponsors McGuire Woods LLP, SAP and SunTrust Bank, will host its seventh annual Women Who Mean Business Awards in Washington, DC on November 18, 2010. WBJ's Women Who Mean Business annual awards program honors women from a variety of industries and professions in the Washington Metro Area who have a strong record of innovation, outstanding performance, and/or a clear track record of meaningful community involvement.
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About Washington Business Journal
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