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2016 Women of Influence

2016 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Amy Judge-Prein

Partner, Faegre Baker Daniels
A champion for alternative scheduling to attract, retain and develop workers, Amy Judge-Prein focuses on regulatory and strategic aspects of the development of pharmaceuticals, medical devices and diagnostics.
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2016 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Julie K. Griffith

Vice President for Public Affairs, Purdue University
Overseeing a multi-faceted job that includes marketing, government and community relations, and managing Purdue’s biennial budget request of over $300 million in annual operating funds, Julie Griffith also is actively involved with the International Center of Indianapolis and other organizations.
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2016 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Jennifer Young Dzwonar

Managing Principal, Borshoff
Working up to managing principal of one of the region’s leading public relations agencies, Jennifer Young Dzwonar has led global campaigns and directed international marketing for clients, with a particular interest in crisis management projects.
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2016 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Ann Colussi Dee

Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Duke Realty Corp.
Ann Colussi Dee helped transform Duke Realty Corp., a $7 billion company representing more than 137 million square feet of industrial and medical office space in 21 metro areas.
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2016 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Sherry D. Davis

CFO, Research, Lilly Research Laboratories Eli Lilly and Co.
Among her achievements at Lilly, Sherry D. Davis has been a key player in a team that developed and launched Lilly Expanding Access to People, LEAP, a business model designed to improve the health of people living with diabetes by reducing systemic barriers to effective care.
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2016 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Katie Culp

President , KSM Location Advisors Partner, Katz Sapper & Miller
A leader in economic development through her work with Indy Partnership/Indy Chamber, Boone County Economic Development Corp. and the city of Indianapolis, Katie Culp has 16 years of experience working with clients and on projects in 46 states.
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2016 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Kristen Cooper

Vice President of Operations and Corporate Development Sticksnleaves, Founder The Startup Ladies
Wondering why there were so few women members—and even fewer business owners—at Launch Fishers, Kristen Cooper created free Startup Study Halls to provide community and camaraderie to help grow startups.
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2016 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Cynthia Booth

Executive Director Child Advocates Inc.
Leading for 20 years an agency providing protection for Marion County children who have been abused and/or neglected, Cynthia Booth has grown the organization from eight employees to nearly 80 with a caseload closing in on 8,000. Her goal: a safe and permanent home for every child.
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