Oklahoma business brief for Feb. 22, 2013

Seven professional women will be honored March 7 at the Oklahoma City Chapter of the Association for Women in Communications' 55th annual Byliners awards dinner.
Published: February 22, 2013
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Seven women will be honored

Seven professional women will be recognized at the Oklahoma City Chapter of the Association for Women in Communications' 55th annual Byliners awards dinner at 7 p.m. on March 7 at The Skirvin Hilton Hotel. Honorees include Joan Gilmore, The Journal Record, lifetime achievement award; Carol Jean Gray, chief operating officer of The Children's Center, child advocacy; Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice Noma Gurich, civic leadership; Brenda Jones Barwick of Jones Public Relations, communications; retired Court of Criminal Appeals judge Reta Strubhar, law; Marnie Taylor, chief executive of Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits, nonprofit leadership; and Denise Northrup, Gov. Mary Fallin's chief of staff, politics. Cost of the dinner, which helps underwrite scholarships for college women pursing communications fields, is $100. For reservations and more information, contact Kristin VanNort at kvannort@okumf.org.

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