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Saint Louis University's 2010 YWCA Leader Awards

Since 1984, Saint Louis University has nominated a select group of women of achievement in the university community, and honored their contributions by inviting them to participate in the annual YWCA Leader Luncheon. This event celebrates leaders in the workplace from all over the city of St. Louis.

This year’s Leader Lunch will be held on Thursday December 2, 2010 at the Millennium Hotel in Downtown St. Louis. SLU will participate in the program by honoring eight women from across the University who have contributed to the growth and enrichment of the University community as well as the greater community. These women exhibit a high level of achievement, demonstrate significant professional growth and leadership and produce valuable contributions to the University and beyond. Please join us in congratulating them on this honor.

YWCA Leadership Lunch 2010

L-R Back Row:  Lisa Suggs, Donna Bess Myers, Donna LaVoie, Julia Wolter, Barbara Macon, Alexa Serfis

L-R Front Row:  Mary Therese McLennan, Anne Garanzini, Christy Wahl, Michelle Lorenzini

The 2010 honorees are:

  • Anne Garanzini
    Interim Department Chair, Physician's Assistant Program
  • Donna LaVoie
    Associate Dean of Arts and Sciences
  • Michelle Lorenzini
    Assistant Professor, Political Science
  • Barbara Macon
    Laboratory Assistant, Center for Anatomic Science and Education
  • Mary Therese McLennan
    Professor, Uro-gynecology
  • Alexa Serfis
    Professor of Chemistry
  • Christy Wahl
    Library Assistant, Pius Library 
  • Julia Wolter
    Associate Professor in Health Informatics

The Women’s Commission thanks all who nominated exemplary University women for this year’s YWCA Leader award! 

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