YWCA to Honor 22 at 37th Annual Tribute to Women; Group Plans June 23 Virtual Ceremony

Twenty-two area women have been named honorees by the YWCA Northeastern Massachusetts for its 37th Annual Tribute to Women.

This year’s Tribute takes place with a virtual live broadcast Tuesday, June 23, at 6:30 p.m.

Honorees include Ann Jones, president of the Greater Haverhill Arts Association; Margaret Glenn, program manager, Center for Corporate and Community Education, Northern Essex Community College; Julie LaFontaine, president, Open Door Gloucester; Andreina Viera, CEO, The Vieras; Karen Gomes, CEO, Home Health Foundation; Mary Lyman, director of community relations, Greater Lawrence Family Health Center; Julia Silverio, founder, Silverio Insurance Agency; Vilma Martinez-Dominguez, community development director, City of Lawrence; Linda Siegenthaler, retired community advocate; Nancy Clover, president, Occupational Health Connections; Sabrina Boggio, founder, Progress Clothing; Gini Mazmann, founder and director of the Haven Project of Lynn; Paula Westmacott, vocational coordinator, Andover High School; Nancy Berry, editor, RMS Media Group (Northshore Magazine); Cheryl Parent, senior branch manager and vice president, Enterprise Bank; Wanda Gomez, vice president of residential services, Fidelity House CRC; Linda Soucy, low income energy efficiency program manager, Columbia Gas of Massachusetts; Patricia Ahern, CEO, Home Health Foundation; Margaret Marotta, superintendent, Haverhill Public Schools; Catalina Dongo, director of human resources, UniFirst Corporation; Linda Harvey, executive director, Harvey Girls; and Nancy Stager, executive vice president, Eastern Bank.

For more information, contact Jeanne Osborn at [email protected] or 978-687-0331, ext. 1045.

YWCA Northeastern Massachusetts, formerly YWCA Haverhill, was founded in 1891 to support women and their children. Today, it serves women, children and families from Greater Haverhill providing domestic violence and sexual assault services and school-age programming for youth ages 5 to 17.

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