Susan Lundine from Orlando Business Journal wrote, "The 28th honorees- recognized at an event at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort on May 1 - were chosen from among more than 190 local businesswomen nominated in three categories: Business Owner of the Year, Business Executive of the Year and Women to Watch. A judging panel of former Businesswomen of the Year winners- the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority's Carolyn Fennell, the Orlando Magic's Linda Landman-Gonzalez, and Fifth Third Bank's Karen Dee - plus OBJ Publisher Martin Lewis and Editor Cindy Barth carefully pored over the nominations to choose the honorees".
"Recognition by Orlando Business Journal represents a significant achievement and a great blessing to me", Lowry said. She continues, " It brings gratitude to my three greatest leaders and mentors in my personal life and in my career, the Son of the Creator - Christ, my husband, Tony, and the Vice-president, Global Supplier Diversity Wyndham Worldwide Corporation, Jose Nido. They have modeled for me the basic principles to succeed with integrity, business strategy and great relationship skill."
"It also creates immense responsibility in continuing our company's great efforts to cross culture training, business coaching and translating services to the entrepreneurial and corporate organizations globally in order to create and multiply leaders worldwide", Ana Maria ended.
For more information for this press release contact:
Ana Maria Lowry at [email protected], (407) 299 - 1199 A & P International, Inc.Mary Dominguez at Orlando Business Journal