Women We Admire Announces The Top 50 Women Leaders of Austin for 2023

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

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

Austin's economy is among one of the fastest growing in the country and its boom is far from over. With an influx of venture capital firms, tech companies, vibrant cultural offerings and a warm climate, the city is steadily growing. This year’s awardees are among some of the communities most influential individuals They have demonstrated strong leadership not only within the organizations they serve but within their respective communities. Their exemplary leadership and tireless devotion contribute to the city’s greatness.

Among this year’s awardees is Lisa Johnston, Chief Marketing Officer of Auctane who uses her decades of marketing experience to contribute to the growth of the company, enabling hundreds of thousands of merchants to annually deliver billions of products around the globe. Awardee Stephanie Murphy, Head of People Insights & Assessments for Dell Technologies, aided in the culture integration efforts as the company made history with one of the largest acquisitions in the tech industry. Also awarded is Génesis Longo, Head of Industry Marketing for Retail, eCommerce, & Consumer Goods at Talkdesk, who dedicates herself to pro-bono social marketing strategy consulting for minority-owned businesses and mentors students through the Hispanic Scholarship Fund in her spare time.

Please join us in celebrating the accomplishments of The Top 50 Women Leaders of Austin for 2023.
Stephanie Bray (Dell Technologies), Marlene Summers (Salesforce), Katie Kriete (NetSuite), Lisa Johnston (Auctane), Michelle Odajima (Google), Natasha Zike (VMware), Stephanie Murphy (Dell Technologies), Bhakti Patel (CliftonLarsonAllen), Shawndra Tobias (Etech Global Services), Amy Sharp (Leander ISD), Rebecca Temple (Salesforce), Génesis Arlette Miranda Longo (Talkdesk), Kellie Weir (Brown Advisory), Chastity Davenport (JPAR), Brenda Contreras (Self Financial), Jocelyn Sexton (Growth Acceleration), Holly Priestner (PLACE), Allison Ellsworth (Poppi), Bonnie Clipper (Innovation Advantage), Kimberly Olson (Goal Digger Girl Co), Manju Mude (Oportun), Renée Damron (CLM Mortgage), Kara Hartl (Troy Medical), Lisa Hooker (ZRG), Lisa Alexander (Lee Properties), Kim Lasseter (Google Cloud), Azra Siddiqi (AT&T), Priya Raghunath (General Motors), Susan Engelking (Institute for Community MicroMobility), Lynna Bartosh (Hunt, Gather), Christie Feyen (Circle C Child Development Center), Chantel Seymore (SunPower Corporation), Joie Chung (Realtor.com), Erica Nelson-Flowers (United States Tennis Association), Rebecca Seguin-Fowler (Texas A&M AgriLife), Yulanda McCarty-Harris (The University of Texas at Austin), Kate Mraw (LPA), Lauren Hughs (Upbring), Eliza Cohen Belbeck (Limble CMMS), Megan Oertel (Sysco LABS), and many others.

To view the full list, visit https://thewomenweadmire.com/2023/02/13/the-top-50-women-leaders-of-austin-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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