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The Shelby Report Of The West Honors 54 Women Of Influence

Shelby Women of Influence

The Shelby Report of the West presents its annual tribute to Women of Influence in the food industry. This year’s slate of 54 honorees ranges from presidents and VPs to managers, directors and supervisors.

Whether they’ve worked there decades or just a few months, these women are making an impact at their companies. Some have MBAs or law degrees, while others are pursuing doctorates. Nearly all belong to professional associations are active in their communities.

In the pages that follow, they share advice for up-and-coming professionals, as well as detail some of the challenges and rewards they’ve experienced along the way. In addition, you’ll learn about the defining moments in their careers. 

Join us as we celebrate the 2022 The Shelby Report of the West’s Women of Influence.

To view the Women of Influence from each region, click the links below:

To view the 78 Women of Influence recipients presented by The Griffin Report of the Northeast, click here.

To view the 36 Women of Influence recipients presented by The Shelby Report of the Southwest, click here.

To view the 30 Women of Influence recipients presented by The Shelby Report of the Midwest, click here.

To view the 54 Women of Influence recipients presented by The Shelby Report of the Southeast, click here.

After the past two years of uncertainty and changed plans due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we all hoped that 2022 might bring back a sense of normalcy.

However, with government and independent data confirming 40 years of inflation highs and Wall Street entering a bear market, grocers now have new challenges to face.

In this webinar, we will hear from Todd Taylor of Neighborhood Fresh and Darlene Murphy of Metcalfe’s Market about why shopper loyalty is so important in this time of inflation.

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