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6th Annual Women Who Move the City


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San Diego Magazine is proud to present the 6th annual Women Who Move the City event at the Scripps Seaside Forum on Wednesday, Sept. 14th. This event pays tribute to the vibrant local women who make a positive impact on our community. “The incredible work of these women fuels the entrepreneurial and charitable spirit of San Diego on a daily basis. Our city is so fortunate to have such a diverse and devoted group of brilliant minds helming businesses, fostering nonprofits, and making a difference,” declares Jim Fitzpatrick, CEO/president of San Diego Magazine.

“All of us at San Diego Magazine congratulate the 104 nominees for Women Who Move the City 2011.”
Fitzpatrick, along with the five past recipients, will select the 2011 Woman of the Year winner. Meet the distinguished panel of judges:

 

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