Women & Young Women of Distinction Celebrates Current and Emerging Leaders
Hundreds of GSACPC community supporters gathered at the Arizona Biltmore to celebrate current and emerging leaders at the 2014 Women and Young Women of Distinction luncheon. The distinguished honorees set a powerful example of “what could be” and gave an inspirational glimpse into a future led by our most valuable asset –
Girls who receive the Young Woman of Distinction honor stand out on college and scholarship applications, have the opportunity to network with prominent community leaders, and are featured in the media. Nominate a Woman or Young Woman of Distinction for 2015 by contacting Leslie Friedman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event was a result of enormous effort and generosity by many people and organizations. Thank you to our Presenting Sponsor, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona, for their continued support and belief in the Girl Scout mission. We also thank Carstens Family Funds, Arizona Lottery, L. Roy Papp & Associates, Wells Fargo and Arizona State University, Entrepreneurship & Innovation.
Meet the 2014 Honorees...
Women of Distinction
President, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community
Councilwoman, City of Phoenix
Vice President and Dean of Entrepreneurship & Innovation Group, Arizona State University
Young Women of Distinction
Centennial High School, 12th grade
Shadow Mountain High School, 11th grade
Perry High School, 11th grade
Judy Jolley Mohraz
First President and CEO of The Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust
Managing Partner & Portfolio Manager, L. Roy Papp & Associates
Community partner in financial education and literacy.