MEET THE 2021 “WOMEN WHO LEAD” HONOREES:
“Women Who Lead” honors female leaders from throughout the Great Lakes region who are influencing our communities in positive ways. Each year, we honor 12 of these amazing ladies at our Women Who Lead Honoree Ceremony. These women come from all backgrounds and fields … business leaders, small business owners, community organizers, civil servants, volunteers, and more. Each offers an inspiring story of a women who is leaning in and pushing the world to new heights.
JUNE HONOREE ~ TRINA GOVAN SCOTT
July 4, 2021 ~ Rocket Companies Chief Diversity Officer Trina Govan Scott talks about how she works to foster a culture of equity and inclusion by leveraging the diverse perspectives of the company’s employees.
MAY HONOREE ~ PATRICIA MOORADIAN:
May 22, 2021 ~ Patricia Mooradian, longtime president and CEO of The Henry Ford, talks with Ann and Luanne about her career to date, with highlights of her time at the renowned museum. She also gives us a preview of some of the exciting exhibits that The Henry Ford has planned for 2021 and beyond.
APRIL HONOREE ~ TELVA MCGRUDER:
April 25, 2021 ~ April “Women Who Lead” honoree Michelle Morris, vice president of global marketing solutions for Facebook, talks about the path of her career and the challenges marketers face in today’s ever-evolving digital landscape.
MARCH HONOREE ~ TELVA MCGRUDER:
March 28, 2021 ~ Telva McGruder, General Motors’ chief of diversity, equity, and inclusion, talks about how her role is leading the automaker towards the goal of becoming the most inclusive and diverse company in the World.
FEBRUARY HONOREE ~ MARIAM NOLAND:
February 27, 2021 ~ Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan President Mariam Noland has dedicated her life to finding and funding philanthropic causes that empower Michiganders to live their best lives.
JANUARY HONOREE ~ PAMELA GOOD:
January 24, 2021 ~ Beyond Basics Founder and CEO Pamela Good talks about her organization’s efforts to eradicate illiteracy in Southeast Michigan, one student at a time.