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October 26, 2015 2015 Outstanding Women in Business

WBJ awards the 2015 Outstanding Women in Business

One of the three judges, Christine Tieri is the founder, president and certified brand strategist for Sturbridge creativity consultant Idea Agency. She is a 2013 WBJ Outstanding Woman in Business honoree.
One of the three judges, Victoria Waterman is CEO of Worcester nonprofit advocate Girls Inc. She is a 2014 WBJ Outstanding Woman in Business honoree.
One of the three judges, Deborah Gavron-Ravenelle is chief compliance officer for Worcester healthcare provider Reliant Medical Group. She serves on boards such as Girls, Inc., YWCA and the United Way Women's Initiative Leadership Council .

One has risen through the financial ranks for 35 years.

One raises the effectiveness of Central Massachusetts health care.

One founded and leads a premier catering company.

One is turning Worcester into an economic leader.

One has led the YWCA of Central Massachusetts for 23 years.

One is revolutionizing the IT industry’s methodology.

Any one of the six 2015 Outstanding Women in Business is amazing in her own right, but the combined force of this class presents a vast array of lessons and insights for men and women of all ages looking to succeed in their professional and personal lives.

- Brad Kane, editor

The 2015 Class of Outstanding Women in Business

Roberta Brien, vice president of projects, Worcester Business Development Corp.

Linda Cavaioli, executive director, YWCA of Central Massachusetts

Susan Gunnell, executive vice president & COO, Southbridge Savings Bank

Susan Lawrence, co-owner, Pepper's Fine Catering

Naureen Meraj, senior global director, NTT Data

Joyce A. Murphy, executive vice chancellor and chief executive, Commonwealth Medicine

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