Women We Admire Announces Top 50 Women Leaders of Georgia for 2023

Staff Report

Thursday, April 27th, 2023

Women We Admire is pleased to announce The Top 50 Women Leaders of Georgia for 2023. The Peach State, the largest state east of the Mississippi River, is home to countless major corporations including Coca-Cola, Home Depot, UPS, Delta, and AT&T. With continuous economic growth, it has provided a stable and thriving home for its residents. This year’s awardees are front runners in the organizations they serve. Their unwavering commitment and contributions play a part in their success and development within their areas.

Among this year’s awardees is Bridget Xue, Chief Operating Officer at Deloitte, who helms the organization’s Life Sciences Health Care sector and manages the operations of a $3Bn portfolio in annual revenue. Awardee Michelle A. Banks, Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer at Kohls, uses her more than 25 years of experience in the retail industry to lead the company’s enterprise-wide diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts. Also awarded is Sue Kolloru Barger, Chief Strategy Officer at Pearson, a global education and learning company. Outside of her focus on the core strategic and cross-enterprise growth support areas for Pearson, she dedicates her spare time to the development of diversity, youth, and STEM.

Please join us in celebrating the accomplishments of The Top 50 Women Leaders of Georgia for 2023.

Bridget Xue (Deloitte), Michelle A. Banks (Kohls), Arati Chavan (Elevance Health), Sue Kolloru Barger (Pearson PLC), Cassie Ann Kiggen (University of Georgia College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences), Ania Caruso (Gallagher), Lori Lane (Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties), Devynne Floyd (Toast), Tiffany Parr (Navana Health Agency), Sylvia Cintron (Forward Air), Alyson Wooten (Berkeley Research Group), June Kim (UHY Consulting), Candice Scale (CHA Consulting), Cherelle Cortez (Layton Construction), Missy Herbert (Warren Averett), Kyla Thompson (Stream Companies), Patty Fritz (UCB), Anita Ward (Care Solace), Blythe Keeler Robinson (Sheltering Arms Early Education and Family Centers), Jane Vaden Thacher (Vaden Automotive), Taylor Ramsey (OneGoal Metro Atlanta), Kristalyn Mumaw (Insight Sourcing Group), Nikkia Adolphe (Outcast), Joi Blume (GenStar Insurance Services), Julie Ann Crommett (Collective Moxie), Carolyn Oppenheimer (Halpern Enterprises), Tami McQueen (Panoramic Ventures), Anita Douglas Murphy (Crown Innovative Business Solutions), Catherine Downey (CATMEDIA), Pamela F. Lopez (Customer Focused Strategies), Kelly Heilpern (Ammunition), Kyle Rivera (Branca USA), Tonya Lanthier (DentalPost), Slma Shelbayah (Yardstick Management I Diversified Search Group), Tameka L. Williamson (Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council), Sydney Peck (Michael Carr & Associates), Nikki Barjon (The Brandshoppe), Candice St. Pierre (Nirvana Water Sciences Corp.), Kiki Ramsey (The Positive Psychology Coaching and Diversity Institute), Ashley Touchton (Orange Sparkle Ball), Chasidy Privett (Laine Federal), Cat DaCosta McAfee (LaAmistad), Estacy Colon Porter (Jewel in His Eyes), Shanita Williams (Southern New Hampshire University), and many others.

To view the full list, visit https://thewomenweadmire.com/2023/04/24/the-top-50-women-leaders-of-georgia-for-2023/