YWCA Holds Raffle in Advance of Next Thursday’s 38th Annual Tribute to Women

Baskets to be raffled off by the YWCA of Northeastern Massachusetts. (Courtesy photograph.)

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In advance of next Thursday’s YWCA 38th Annual Tribute to Women, the YWCA of Northeastern Massachusetts is having a raffle of fine white and red wines, designer purses and home spa items.

Raffle tickets are one ticket for $10, three for $25 and seven for $50 and available online at ywcanema.org. The raffle closes at noon, May 14.

Twenty-two women will be honored Thursday, May 13, at 6:30 p.m., when the YWCA presents the Tribute to Women online.

Honorees are:

  • Erika Hemingway, on-air radio host, North Shore 104.9
  • Erina McWilliam-Lopez, consultant, producer and local correspondent, Impact Experience, 1623 Studios and Bliss Bites
  • Kira Morehouse, senior digital marketing specialist, assistant vice president, Enterprise Bank
  • Brittney Sousa, Special education teacher, softball coach, City of Methuen
  • Angela Bautista, director of transportation, Youth Development Organization
  • Melissa Rodriguez, North Andover town manager
  • Allison Dolan-Wilson, vice president Institutional Advancement, Northern Essex Community College
  • Chandra Webb, director, drug product regulatory strategy lead, Pfizer
  • Karla Zevallos, equity and inclusion specialist, U.S. & Global Commercial Business, Takeda
  • Lygia Soares, executive director, Merrimack Heights Academy
  • Maria Arias, healthy living program coordinator, Elder Services
  • Sharon Mason, development director, Groundwork Lawrence
  • Jeanette Rivera, administrative assistant, Greater Lawrence Family Health Center
  • Stephanie Patel, vice president and chief medical officer, Care Dimensions
  • Deborah Wilson, president and CEO, Lawrence General Hospital
  • Zandra Kelley, chief medical officer, Greater Lawrence Family Health Center
  • Julie Abbott, director of nursing operations, Holy Family Hospital
  • Susan Howell, marketing director, Howell Custom Building Group
  • Lisa Williams, owner, managing director, AFC Urgent Care
  • Aubrie Campbell, rental assistance coordinator, City of Haverhill
  • Jamill Martinez, director of network organizing, Lawrence Community Works
  • Mayara Reis, co-founder and executive director, Merrimack Valley Black & Brown Voices

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