is simply a word that has made its mark during the year 2011, but it may be too soon to say if it will stand the test of time.
While the HBA annually receives many compelling nominations for the WOTY
award, the 2010 HBA nominating committee overwhelmingly agreed that Ms.
The WOTY Awards are sponsored by WIT, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of Georgia's businesswomen in technology.
Now in its ninth year, the WOTY Awards recognized the accomplishments of 42 nominees in three categories: enterprise business, mid-market/medium organization and emerging/small business.
She is one of the highest ranking women in the service sector and the first to be named and HBA WOTY from the service side since 1997.
Also recognized at the HBA's annual WOTY luncheon -- which has become one of the industry's premier events -- will be one Honorable Mentor and one Star Volunteer, along with industry "Rising Stars," high-achieving women nominated by HBA corporate members.