Tallahassee, FL (August 19, 2015) — The Florida Commission on the Status of Women will honor the following outstanding women with a FCSW Florida Achievement Award for their work in improving the lives of women and families in their communities:
- Mary Jane Arrington of Kissimmee
- Carolyn Fennell of Orlando
- Kathleen Johnson of Tallahassee
- Kimberly Leach Johnson of Naples
- Madison Alyse Keene of Plant City
- Liz Kennedy of Tampa
- Natalie King of Gainesville
- Caridad E. Lee of Gainesville
- Mindy Murphy of Tampa
- Ghazala Salam of Weston
- Linda Washington-Brown of Hialeah
- Rachel Weinbren of Tampa
They will receive recognition at a special awards luncheon during the FCSW 3rd Quarterly Meeting on Thursday, September 10, 2015, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM at The Alfond Inn in Winter Park, FL. In addition to the Achievement Award from the Commission, each will receive a congratulatory letter from Governor Rick Scott.
“The Florida Commission on the Status of Women is dedicated to recognizing and supporting women of all ages as they strive to achieve their fullest potential,” said Yvonne Fry, Commission Chair. “We are proud to honor these outstanding women for their tremendous achievements and dedicated service.”
The Florida Commission on the Status of Women is a nonpartisan board, statutorily created in 1991 consisting of 22 appointed members, administratively housed in the Office of the Attorney General, Pam Bondi. Additional information on the Commission is available from its web site at http://www.fcsw.net.
Learn more about the FCSW Florida Achievement Award here.