YWCA Northeastern Massachusetts set to Honor the Regions Top Women Leaders 

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YWCA Northeastern Massachusetts set to Honor the Regions Top Women Leaders 
Lawrence, Haverhill, Lynn, MA —The YWCA Northeastern Massachusetts will honor 23 of the region’s finest women this week at its annual Tribute to Women awards luncheon. The event is slated for Thursday, May 16, 2024, from noon to 2 p.m. at Andover Country Club and serves as the YWCA’s major fundraiser. 

“Every year this is one of our most exciting, inspiring, and empowering events,” YWCA CEO Susan
Staples said in a release. “It is such a privilege to bring the community together to celebrate some of
the most powerful and committed women in the Merrimack Valley.”

Since 1983, the YWCA’s Tribute to Women awards luncheon has recognized nearly 850 Merrimack Valley women leaders from all walks of life. Organizers say a hallmark of the event is that the women cover a broad spectrum of fields and industries, and their contributions are varied. 

The 2024 Tribute to Women honorees are: 

Teri Almquist 
Nancy Carace 
Bria Day 
Lisa Fabbri-Lopez 
Jessica Gordon 
Jeanette Isabella 
Dee Jacobs O’Neil 
Suzanne Korschun 
Meaghan Lally-McGurl 
Alvania Lopez 
Eva Montibello 
Eva Moscat 
Carina Pappalardo 
Janice Phillips 
Alethea Raybeck 
Susan Riccio 
Maria Santos 
Michelle Shea 
Helen Sheehan 
Diana Teel 
Carla Dawne Warren 
Sarah Weiser 
Antoinette Whitney

Proceeds from sponsors, donors and guests help support YWCA programs, which serves more than 15,000 community women and children annually across its seven sites. Tickets to the luncheon are $100. The YWCA is grateful to our Diamond Sponsor, Pfizer, for supporting this event! For ticket and sponsorship opportunity information, visit www.ywcanema.org or contact Izzy Sarra at 978.788.6362 or isarra@ywcanema.org. 

YWCA Northeastern Massachusetts is a social change organization which exists today for the same reasons it was founded back in the 1890s: to assure that women have the tools, skills and opportunities they need to become and remain personally and economically self-sufficient.

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