Women of Distinction

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2016 Central Alabama Women of Distinction
Awards Luncheon

March 11, 2016
The Harbert Center, Birmingham

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2016 Honorees

Neeysa Biddle, Albertville
President and Chief Executive Officer at St. Vincent’s Health System.
Frances E. Couch Lifetime Achievement Award
Nancy Goedecke, Birmingham
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Mayer Electric.
Mildred Bell Johnson Lifetime Achievement Award
Anne Moman, Northport
Civic leader in West Alabama.
Karen LaMoreaux Bryan Lifetime Achievement Award
LaJuana Bradford, Trussville
Senior Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility at Regions Bank.
(Financial Literacy)
Kelly Carlton, Indian Springs
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of United Way of Central Alabama.
(Today’s Leader)
Kim Greene, Mountain Brook
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Southern Company.
(STEM)
Briana Kinsey, Birmingham
President and Founder of Daring to Defeat Diabetes, Inc.
(Tomorrow’s Young Woman of Distinction)
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Senior Clinical Dietitian at Cooper Green Mercy
Health Services
Dr. Ura “Bunnie” LaMoreaux , Tuscaloosa
Founder and President of Bun Lam Enterprises
(Today’s Leader, presented posthumously)
Justine Panian, Tuscaloosa
President of Crimson Carnations.
(Tomorrow’s Young Woman of Distinction)
Maibeth Porter, Birmingham
Shareholder at Maynard Cooper & Gale.
(Today’s Leader)
Vickie Saxon, Birmingham
Senior Vice President of Enterprise Resources at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Alabama. (Today’s Leader)
Linda Sewell, Birmingham
Vice President of External Affairs at Energen.
(STEM)
Dr. Donna Slovensky, Vestavia Hills
Senior Associate Dean for Academic and Faculty Affairs at
the University of Alabama’s School of Health Professions.
(Healthy Living)
Alice Womack2 Alice Womack, Mountain Brook
Client Advisor at Oakworth Capital Bank.
(Financial Literacy)

The Women of Distinction Awards program is the premier event for Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama. First celebrated in 1976, each awards program honors local women who have made significant contributions in their professions and communities.

Proceeds from the Women of Distinction events directly support the Girl Scouts’ mission to build girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place, and your financial support will be used to keep Girl Scouting strong throughout North-Central Alabama.

There are more than 9,500 girl members in Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama. Through events like the Women of Distinction Awards, we can achieve our mission of developing leadership, decision-making skills and commitment to community in this generation of girls.