Women We Admire Announces Top 50 Women Leaders of Houston for 2023

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Women We Admire is pleased to announce The Top 50 Women Leaders of Houston for 2023

Women We Admire is pleased to announce The Top 50 Women Leaders of Houston for 2023. While the area is known globally for its aerospace and energy sectors, countless other leading industries like life sciences, biotechnology, education, healthcare and manufacturing contribute to its robust and growing economy. The contributions of this year’s awardees span across all sectors and are as diverse as the state itself. They have knowledge and expertise that is invaluable to the organizations they serve and their dedication does not go unnoticed.

Among this year’s awardees is Connie Bormans, Chief Laboratory Officer of Gene by Gene, who has over the last 16 years created numerous policies and procedures that enabled their laboratory to acquire national accreditations. Awardee Jessica Jackson, Vice President of Environment, Health & Safety at Apache Corporation. She is known for her “field focused” mindset and continuously improving safety, environmental management, regulatory, ESG and sustainability performance while inspiring integrity across the organization. Also awarded is Regina Mayor, Global Head of Clients and Markets for KPMG, who is a recognized global leader in areas including decarbonization, change management, and energy & natural resources
Please join us in celebrating the accomplishments of The Top 50 Women Leaders of Houston for 2023.

Sarah Fedele (Deloitte & Touche), Regina Mayor (KPMG), Geeta Thakorlal (Worley), Marilyn A. Swindle (Memorial Hermann Health System), Susie Henderson (Strategic Growth Advisory North America), Deepa Poduval (Black & Veatch), Jessica Jackson (Apache Corporation), Maru Barrios (Rocket Lab), Joy Talk (Rystad Energy), Connie Bormans (Gene by Gene), Jamie Safier (Marcus & Millichap Capital Corporation), Meagan Edwards (YES Prep Public Schools), Kirsten West Savali (iOne Digital), Claudia Eguez Buchanan (Tier One Aztec Property Services), Ninette Dunham (BubbleUp), Donna Sims Wilson (Kah Capital Management), Kerri Quinn (Arroyo Investors), Angela Alberty (myBasePay), Din Chaney (Diverse Recruiting Experts), Deborah Levy (Junell & Associates PLLC), Claudia Ortega Hogue (Global Communities Houston, LLC), Elena Ippolitova (Kroll), Bridget Banks-Amos (Bank of America Private Bank), Keely Drouet Langkowski (Accenture), Sarah Sims (University of Houston), Connie Wong (Alvarez & Marsal), Meenakshi Bhattacharjee (Rice University), Becky Roof (AlixPartners), Saba Syed (Village MD), Mary Benton (City of Houston), Nicole Ledet (Fort Bend County), Tamira A. Samuel (ULF), Brittney White (Mynd), Patty Williams Downs (OneGoal), Marthea Davis (TrailRunner International), Rita Elrod Pintavalle (Brazoswood High School), CJ Joiner (REV™ The Multifamily Leasing Company), Tracee Seals (100 Black Men Houston Chapter; TraceeSealsSpeaks, LLC), Trina Edwards (Diversity Recruitment Partners), Corina Davila (Exalt Real Estate Group; Empressa Construction Group), and many others.

To view the full list, visit https://thewomenweadmire.com/2023/02/06/the-top-50-women-leaders-of-houston-for-2023/

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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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