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Area women receive Athena Award

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Eight area women are being recognized for their accomplishments with the first local Athene Leadership Award and Young Professional Leadership Award.

WFMJ Reporter Anita Quinn will emcee the first Lawrence Mercer County ATHENA Award Celebration on Tuesday night. at the Park Inn by Radisson in West Middlesex.

The award celebrates the accomplishments of outstanding professional women from Lawerence and Mercer Counties.

One established leader and one upcoming leader will receive the Lawrence/Mercer County ATHENA Leadership Award and the ATHENA Young Professional Leadership Award. 

Watch 21 News at 11 p.m. and stay tuned to WFMJ.com for more on this story.

 

Finalists for the ATHENA Leadership Award include:

  • Ruthanne Beighley, Sharon
  • Colleen Chamberlain, New Castle
  • Carrie Goff, New Castle
  • Dr. Kathleen Mastrian, Sharpsville
  • JoAnn McBride; New Castle

Finalists for the ATHENA Young Professional Leadership Award include:

  • Lisa Lombardo, New Castle
  • Marci Radcliffe, Hermitage
  • Lisa Walton, Hermitage
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