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Celebrating Women 2016



Published:

September 28
6:00-8:30 pm

MCASD La Jolla
700 Prospect Street
La Jolla, CA 92037

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2016 Woman of the Year nominations are now closed. The nominations panel is now reviewing the submissions, and qualified nominees and nominators will be contacted should their submissions meet criteria. Winners are determined by a panel of past Women of  the Year, and must be present to win.

Event Overview

San Diego Magazine's Celebrating Women event is an evening to honor all of the dynamic women in our city committed to creating positive change. A networking hour kicks-off the event with hosted bites and beverages followed by an inspirational discussion with women from various business sectors. Get inspired by their success stories and advice as we tackle the issues that face professional women in San Diego. The evening will culminate with the ceremony announcing special award winners and the Woman of the Year.

 

Tickets

 

Panelists

Successful San Diego women join Erin Meanley Glenny, Editor of San Diego Magazine, on stage for an inspirational discussion.

Erin Spiewak
CEO, Monarch School

Lori Steele Contorer
CEO, Everyone Counts

Nancy Warwick
Owner, Warwick’s La Jolla

Megan Tevrizian, Emcee
Anchor & Reporter, NBC 7 San Diego

 

Woman of the Year Qualified Nominees

 

Sponsors

Partners

Charitable Partner

 

See photos from last year's Celebrating Women:

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