Gala & Dinner Awards
November 11, 2022
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ABOUT OUR Power Women Honorees
Nazzic Keene @Nazzic @SAICinc
Ann-Marie Campbell @AMCTHD @HomeDepot
Bess Freedman @bess.freedman @BHSworldwide
Makiko Matsuda Healy @makikohealy @nyandcompany
Nelle Miller @jpmorgan
Linda Findley @Linda_A_Findley @blueapron
Caroline Proulx @theProulxLab
Livia De Paolis @liviadepaolis
Angie Pizzuti @DTE_energy
Karen Reif @reifkaren @klickconsulting
Noni Ellison @tractorsupply
Anne Chow @theannechow @ATTBusiness
Anne Manz @anna.man
Samantha Lomow @samantha_lomow
Laura Heltebran @laura_heltebran @wheelsup
Elizabeth Carrasco @paramountco
Kimberley Williams @williams_lumber
Hazel Sanchez @hsancheztv @PIX11News
Lindsay Czarniak @lindsaycz @foxsports
Kelli O’Hara @kelliohara
Annet Mahendru @annetmahendru
Born Greta Gustafsson in Stockholm in 1905, POWER WOMAN GRETA GARBO first rose to international fame in the silent movies of the 1920s & 1930s then made a successful transition into talkies. In the film Anna Christie, which was marketed under the slogan ‘Garbo talks!’ Her first line was an iconic ‘Give me a whisk y, ginger ale on the side, and don’t be sting y baby’, which was delivered with a deliberately heav y and husk y Swedish accent. She appeared in classic films such as ‘Queen Christina’, ‘Anna Karenina’, ‘Mata Hari ’ and ‘Camille’. Noted for her f lawless beaut y, cool persona and melancholy, she retired from the screen aged 35 in order to live her life on her own terms. A Power Woman indeed! For the rest of her life, she lived as a recluse, which passingly echoed her most famous f ilm line from Grand Hotel.
NY MOVES MAGAZINE
Cover: Ali Wentworth
Ali Wentworth’s style is a confluence of easygoing casualness and underlying fearlessness, and the creative output that results is full of candid observation and curiosity.
Cover: Dermot Mulroney
Dermot Mulroney is in the right place at the right time. “… That’s one of the beauties of this industry, that you’re literally passing hand-to-hand knowledge of things that don’t exist in a book or an instruction…” manual.
COUNTERACTING THE SHE-CESSION TO STRENGTHEN INNOVATION
One of the most damaging economic effects of the Covid lockdown of 2020 – and there were many- was the disproportionate number of women who left the workforce… and have not re- turned. A She-cession. Whatever we have to do to get them back, DO IT!
Profile: Jalyn Hall
Jalyn Hall is a young man who currently carries a huge responsibility… but with the potential for a huge future in the industry riding on it. As Emmet Till he plays the victim in the real life story of an horrific murder of this 14 year old by white supremacists in 1955 Mississippi. In “Till” his mother Mamie Till-Mobley (in an oscar worthy performance by Danielle Deadwyler) turns her son’s lynching into a nationwide cause celebre that challenges and changes the racist “Jim Crow” laws in the American Deep South.