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Woman of the Year Nominations

Only 5 days left to nominate a Woman of the Year



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We’re calling on you to help us determine the 2013 Woman of the Year. Every September, San Diego Magazine recognizes the outstanding women who are driving this city forward through Women Who Move the City. A special section in the September issue and an evening event combine to create a one-of-a-kind celebration of the city’s top female leaders.

The true highlight of the program is the announcement of the Woman of the Year. From business owners and CEOs, to nonprofit leaders and educators, you won’t find a list of more accomplished women. Entries are being accepted until Monday, July 15, 2013 and the nomination form is quick and easy. All qualified nominees will be highlighted in the September issue and recognized at the Women Who Move the City event on September 24.

Don’t miss your chance to recognize a woman who is creating positive change in your industry.

Nominate HERE

Event Details:
Women Who Move the City
Westin Gaslamp Quarter
September 24, 2013
6:30-8:30pm

To purchase tickets, click HERE

(In the photo (left to right): Susan Salka, CEO, AMN Healthcare and 2012 Woman of the Year; Nora Cummings, Nordstrom Vice President & Regional Manager for San Diego and Mountain States and 2012 Leadership Award Winner; Mary Ann Barnes, SVP & Executive Director, Kaiser Permanente San Diego and 2012 Woman of the Year Honoree.)

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