Tag Archives: Women in Business

Lisa Featherngill of Abbot Downing Named Top 50 Women in Wealth Management

May 21, 2015

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Lisa Featherngill, head of Planning for Abbot Downing based in Winston-Salem, has been named to Private Asset Management’s 50 Most Influential Women in Private Wealth.  Featherngill, a 30-year veteran in the wealth industry, was recognized for her expertise and contribution in wealth transfer, family education and financial administration in the May edition of the magazine.   […]

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Riding Her Road to Better Business

April 2, 2015

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Kristina Bouweiri is President and CEO of Reston Limousine. Her company is Washington DC’s premier chauffeured transportation provider and the 13th largest fleet operator in the industry! Kristina is one of our co-chairs for the Women in Business Initiative! She is a great leader and woman in the workforce. Scott M. Hamberger, CEO, President, Integrus […]

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Thank You Sponsors of the Women in Business Initiative

February 26, 2015

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The School of Business Women in Business Initiative is built to support female business professionals and open doors for our current female students and alumni. This program would not thrive without our generous sponsors. Becoming a sponsor improves the success of the Women in Business Initiative. We are so grateful for the generosity of our […]

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Women in Business Q&A: Denise G. Tayloe Co-Founder, CEO & President, PRIVO

January 30, 2015

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Denise G. Tayloe is a recognized leader and authority in online identity and privacy management with more than a decade of experience in the online privacy industry. As co-founder, president and CEO of PRIVO, founded in 2001, Tayloe helps companies navigate the opportunities and challenges of implementing the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). Prior […]

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Mary Hough, MBA ’91, of SAIC Recognized as a HR Trendsetter

January 15, 2015

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The past few years have been ones of change for Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) in Washington, D.C.. In September 2013, SAIC separated from its parent company, renamed Leidos Holdings Inc. Mary Hough coached the HR community at SAIC as it adopted a new way of working—a matrix model. In this structure, an employee may […]

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