Women of Influence



2014 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Jennifer Vigran

A volunteer application Jennifer Vigran filled out 13 years ago at Second Helpings Inc. led to her taking the helm of the hunger-relief organization in 2010, then growing it to a point where it will deliver more than 1 million meals this year.
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2014 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Deborah Hearn Smith

Deborah Hearn Smith became a Brownie at age 5 and earned the highest award in Girl Scouting, the Curved Bar (now the Gold Award), at 17. Now she helps enrich the lives of more than 40,000 girls as CEO of Girl Scouts of Central Indiana.
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2014 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Becca Polak

As general counsel for KAR Auction Services—which now owns Adesa and other automotive entities—Becca Polak runs a legal department that includes 14 lawyers and an equal number of support staff for a 12,000-employee company with $4 billion in annual revenue.
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