Career Mastered Women’s History Leadership in Action Awards held

April 17, 2018 - New York City
Shown (from left) are: Consolo and Carey.

New York, NY Top women leaders across various industries, disciplines and backgrounds were honored during the Career Mastered Women’s History Leadership in Action Awards on March 24 at NYC Seminar & Conference Center, Chelsea. Career Mastered Leadership in Action Awards is the highlight of the Women’s History Month calendar.

Linwick & Associates, LLC in conjunction with its sponsors will honor the achievements of women who have made a compelling mark on business. Honorees represent women of influence and success. These women leaders are game changers who have mastered their work and have learned the necessary steps to move ahead and build successful careers. The honorees are exceptionally strong role models of what a woman can do.

“It is a powerful time to be a woman,” said Dr. Lisa Wicker, president & CEO Linwick & Associates and Career Mastered Visionary. “In alignment with the National Women’s History Month Project theme, Nevertheless She Persisted, we’re thrilled to honor remarkable women who make a difference each and every day while inspiring future generations.”

Career Mastered NYC Distinctive Leadership Award Honorees include:

• Distinguished Leadership Award: Jennifer Carey, CEO, JLC Environmental Consultants, Inc.

• Trailblazer Award:  Faith Hope Consolo, chairman retail leasing, marketing and sales division, Douglas Elliman Real Estate

• Game Changer Award: Rashida Jones, senior vice president, specials, NBC News & MSNBC

The Career Mastered Awards is the leading Women’s History Month Awards honoring today’s women leaders who take charge of their careers and their futures. The Award honors amazing women who have made a compelling mark on business and are exceptionally strong role models of what a woman can do. Established and presented in 2015 by Linwick & Associates, Career Mastered Awards celebrates and ac- knowledges the victories, challenges, and stories of the women who have helped to make our country what it is today. Proceeds from this program directly support Excel Village, a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide mentoring and scholarships for girls. Sponsors include: Ally Financial Inc., Northwestern Mutual, State Farm Insurance, Worth Financial, Fifth Third Bank, Beasley Media Group, Comcast, Aerotek, Primax Properties, and True Cullars Foundation.

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