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KOAM News Director named one of Joplin's most influential women

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Congratulations to KOAM-TV/Fox 14 News Director Kristi Spencer -- named one of Joplin's most influential women by the Joplin Tri-State Business Journal.

A luncheon will be held June 7 to honor the women.

This year's honorees are:

 

  • Tracy Asbell, assistant vice president and public relations director, Southwest Missouri Bank
  • Christie Barnhart, external affairs manager, Missouri American Water
  • Jane Cage, consultant, Heartland Technology LLC
  • Bev Crespino-Graham, executive director, United Way of Southwest Missouri and Southeast Kansas
  • Debra Davidson, chief operations officer, Access Family Care
  • Rebecca Dunham, executive vice president and sales manager, Arvest Bank
  • Cameo Harrington, account executive, Choice Marketing
  • Dee Kassab, broker and owner, Pro 100 Realtors
  • Miranda Lewis, director of development, Mercy Health Foundation Joplin
  • Suzanne Nelson, owner and president, Suzanne's Natural Foods
  • Kathy Norris, president and owner Ad Systems Inc
  • Jeanine Poe, mortgage loan officer, Heritage State Bank
  • Trish Shuler, director of cardiology, Freeman Health System
  • Kristi Spencer, news director, KOAM-TV/KFJX-TV
  • Tonya Sprenkle, vice president, Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce

 

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