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Women of Influence: The Shelby Report Of The Southwest Honors 29

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Many of our loyal readers, particularly those in the Northeast, may be familiar with The Griffin Report of the Northeast’s annual section: Women of Influence. Now in its 16th year, the special tribute honors female executives who are among the leaders in their respective fields.

The popular feature has drawn interest from across the nation, and in response to reader requests, we have expanded Women of Influence this year to include our other four regions – West, Midwest, Southeast and Southwest.

In our November print editions and online, many inspirational women share advice for up-and-coming professionals, as well as detail some of the challenges and rewards they’ve experienced along the way. They also share what they consider the defining moments in their careers.

And if you know of a deserving candidate who is not featured this year, we’ll soon be accepting nominations for our 2022 Women of Influence program. These sections will appear in the second quarter of next year.

In the meantime, join us in the following pages as we celebrate the 2021 Women of Influence in the Southwest.

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