OBJ’s Women Who Mean Business Awards – A Night of Fun with Orlando’s Top Female Business Leaders

Last night’s top female business leaders gathered at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort for OBJ’s Women Who Mean Business event. Appleton’s own Diana LaRue was a nominee for the Business Owner of the Year award. The night was filled with great friends and the opportunity to connect with the most important ladies in Orlando.

Congratulations go to winners:

Business Owner of the Year: Mary L. Demetree, President and Owner, Demetree Real Estate Services, Inc.

Business Executive of the Year: Linda Landman Gonzalez, Orlando Magic’s VP of Community Relations and Government Affairs and President of the Orlando Magic Youth Foundation.

Woman To Watch: Maritza Martinez, Assistant VP of Community Relations at the University of Central Florida.


Included in photo:

Cari Coats:  Executive Director of Center for Advanced Entrepreneurship, Rollins College

Jenise Osani: Marketing Manager, Orlando Utilities Commission

Rachel Landrum: Executive Vice President, Integrated Solutions at FIS

Michele Plant: Director, Marketing & Communications at Heart of Florida United Way

Pat Bishop: Director of Business Schools, Full Sail

Judi Awsumb: President, Awsumb Enterprises, Inc

Bryce West: The Baron of Wells, Board of Directors at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Diana LaRue: President,  Appleton Creative

Amy Wise: Director of Marketing and Customer Relations, Appleton Creative

Kim Foran: Director of Finance, Appleton Creative

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