Women We Admire's Top 50 Women Leaders of Austin for 2022

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Women We Admire is pleased to announce The Top 50 Women Leaders of Austin for 2022

Women We Admire is pleased to announce The Top 50 Women Leaders of Austin for 2022. This year’s awardees are serving as prominent role models across key areas including education, technology, food production, healthcare, media, and more. For decades, women of Austin have fought for change and equality in the workplace. Barbara Jordan, lawyer, educator, and politician, was the first African American elected to the Texas Senate and the first African American Woman elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, smashing barriers of inequality along the way. Like so many women who came before them, this year’s awardees are surpassing conventional boundaries and making their mark in the industries they serve.

Among this year’s awardees is April Downing, Chief Financial Officer of Khoros, who is responsible for leading their global finance organization and supporting the company’s financial strength; Susan Moore, the Vice President of Corporate Responsibility and Government Affairs of Advanced Micro Devices, who is responsible for a global team that seamlessly integrates government affairs, corporate responsibility, and law into business strategy and operations; and Marquita Booker, the Associate Vice President for Inclusion and Equity of The University of Texas at Austin, who supports the mission of advancing a diverse, equitable, and supportive campus culture through a commitment to fulfilling equal opportunity laws and policies.

From varied professional backgrounds, these awardees work tirelessly to ensure their organizations function at the highest caliber. Please join us in celebrating the accomplishments of The Top 50 Women Leaders of Austin for 2022.

Monica Williams (NBCUniversal), Marquita Booker (The University of Texas at Austin), Susan Moore (Advanced Micro Devices), Julie Searle (Norton Rose Fulbright), Mary Ellen Cavitt (Texas State University), Molly Beth Malcolm (Austin Community College), April Downing (Khoros), Alice Paik (Brown Advisory), Ashley Womack (Abrigo), Courtney Ring (Witt O'Brien's), Ana Rush (Del Valle Independent School District), Tracy Letzerich (Bungalow), Angela Shaw (JuiceLand), Lissi Riedel (MOCA Systems), Jessica Reeves (JL Reeves Strategies), Terah Crews (ReUp Education), Sandra Jensen (KELL Partners), Jocelyn Getson (Bindable), Megan Fanale (Abilitie), Kristina Kennedy (Kickstand Communications), Jaleh Daie (Aurora Equity), Jo Ann Howard (H2O Partners), Mae Reed (hOp Life), Wendy Howell (Executive Council Network), Mickra Hamilton (Apeiron Center for Human Potential), Denise Bodman (Prospect Real Estate), Searcy Morgan (Matterlab), Chelsie Lee (Shipsi), Kristin Parker (Axxelus), Heather Walker (Lead with Levity), Grace Reyes (The Investment Diversity Exchange), Stephanie Silver (VINE Collective), Micaela Brown (Blush & Whimsy), and many others.

To view the full list, visit https://thewomenweadmire.com/2022/03/28/the-top-50-women-leaders-of-austin-for-2022/

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Women We Admire provides news and information on today's women leaders in business, entertainment, sports, motherhood, medicine, law, and many other fields. We cover a broad range of topics and areas of interest aimed at recognizing the achievements of exceptional women while inspiring others to aim high and continue their journey towards reaching their full potential. Women We Admire and its affiliates circulate its content to over 32,000 individuals and businesses.

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