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Choices 'Lights of Empowerment' ceremony


In response to feedback from previous attendees, Choices 2018 will place a greater emphasis on socializing than in years past, allowing women ample time to connect and celebrate. The highlight of the brief formal program this year will be the "Lights of Empowerment" ceremony, during which all of the community's women in 13 categories will be honored in a candle-lighting ceremony.

The categories, and the women scheduled to represent them during the event, are:

• The Arts, represented by Henrietta Katzen

• Caregivers, represented by Margo Lightman

• Educators, represented by Carol McNally and Phyllis Bochman

• Entrepreneurs, represented by Amy Imber

• Jewish Organization Professionals, represented by Amy Geboff

• Mothers, represented by Gail Gold

• Past Women of Choice, represented by Loren London

• Philanthropists, represented by Debbie Meitin

• Professionals, represented by Susan Flower

• Social Service/Nonprofit Professionals, represented by Karen Broussard and Sasha Hausman

• Survivors, represented by Helen Greenspun

• Volunteers, represented by Sara Stern

• In Memory of, presented by Judy Kahan Davis and Shira Spector


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