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Fourteen women were honored for their impactful and unprecedented work within their respective communities March 31 at The Lucy in downtown Philadelphia. Photo: Peter Fitzpatrick/AL DÍA News
Fourteen women were honored for their impactful and unprecedented work within their respective communities March 31 at The Lucy in downtown Philadelphia. Photo: Peter Fitzpatrick/AL DÍA News

AL DÍA honors the power of women during its Women of Merit award ceremony

Fourteen women were honored for their impactful and unprecedented work within their respective communities March 31 at The Lucy in downtown Philadelphia.

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What a great way to cap off Women's Heritage Month but to honor fourteen strong and dynamic women during the 2022 AL DÍA Women of Merit awards at The Lucy in Center City Philadelphia on March 31. AL DÍA’s Women of Merit is an annual event to highlight mold-breaking women who are doing outstanding work to help benefit their communities.

One of the highlights of the event was a fireside chat between Uva Coles, Chief Learning officer at Spring Point Partners, LLC; Susan Jacobson, President of  Jacobson Strategic Communications; and Jacqueline Hopkins, Senior Manager of Diversity and Inclusion for GoPuff.

The evening concluded with presenting the honorees awards for their individual achievements. The honorees were: 

Ky'a Jackson, Raquel M. Arredondo, Tiffany Tavarez, Bonkosi Alyssa Horn, Morrisa Jenkins, Cynthia F. Figueroa, Sharmain Matlock-Turner, Councilwoman Marilyn Torres, Jean Friedman-Rudovsky, Cassie Haynes, Lisette Agosto Cintrón, Damaris Alvarado-Rodriguez, Varsovia Fernandez, and Shannon Lancaster Morales.

 

In attendance during the festivities were Councilwoman Maria Quinones-Sanchez; Jennifer Rodriguez, President and CEO of the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; Nicole Robison, Senior Business Account Manager at Comcast Business; Elizabeth R. Flores, Vice President of News at NBC10/Telemundo62; and the Honorable Nelson Diaz. 

For other events taking place throughout the Philadelphia Region, go to www.aldianews.com

 

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