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2013 Women Who Move the City

Meet San Diego’s Visionaries, Creative Thinkers and Business Dynamos



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San Diego Magazine is honored to present its eighth annual Women Who Move the City event. This important celebration spotlights the dynamic and esteemed women who fuel San Diego’s successful businesses, support its charitable nonprofits and elevate the intellectual and cultural landscape of our city as a whole.

This year, 132 remarkable women were selected as nominees. On September 24, 2013, at the Westin San Diego Gaslamp Quarter, five nominees will be recognized as honorees, and one will be named “Woman of the Year.” In addition, an Exemplary Leadership Award will be presented to Debra Reed, CEO of Sempra, along with a Community Service Award to Linda Katz for her dedicated service to the city of San Diego.

“How fortunate we are here in San Diego to have such a diverse and impressive group of successful women who enrich our great city. San Diego Magazine salutes each and every nominee for their immense contributions,” declares Jim Fitzpatrick, CEO/president of San Diego Magazine. Fitzpatrick and former “Woman of the Year” winners will serve as judges for this year’s prestigious event.

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