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Joplin Regional Business Journal Most Influential Woman

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Today, Joplin Regional Business Journal honored fifteen woman for the achievements in the community. This is the eighth year for the luncheon with more than 100 woman honored in the Joplin region.

The woman are chosen for their influences.

Congratulations to this years list, which includes: Cary Beasley Regional Talent Development Manager at Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce; Meg Bourne-Hulsey founder of Art Feeds; Stephanie Brady Assistant Executive Director at The Independent Living Center Inc.; Nicole Brown Director of Career Services and Special Assistant to the Vice President for Enrollment Management at Missouri Southern State University; Coleen Cameron Chief Regulatory Officer at Freeman Health System; Suzanne Childress Sharp II Board President at Joplin School Board of Education; Melodee Colbert Kean PresidePrayerfulrayful Portions LLC; Kimberly Cox CEO at Ozark Gateway Association of Realtors; Kristin Devore Lead Child Advocate at Children's Haven of Southwest Missouri; Debra Fort Board Member at Joplin Schools and Academic Skills Specialist at MSSU.

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