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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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