Posted on | March 30, 2017 | No Comments
TEMPE, Ariz. – The Tempe Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce three finalists for the 22nd annual Business Woman of the Year award. The recipient will be announced at the Tempe Chamber Women in Business Conference on May 24.
The award recognizes an individual’s excellence in their chosen field and demonstrated leadership within the community. The award honors those who serve as a positive role model to others and are active in community and Tempe Chamber programs.
The finalists for the 22nd annual Business Woman of the Year award are:
Margo Brown is a productivity coach and professional organizer with Wave Productivity. Brown sees a desire to help people get the most out of their day and help them thrive and grow in their professional and personal lives. She was the first Arizona Professional Organizer to earn the Workplace Productivity Certificate with the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) and served as the Arizona chapter’s president in 2015-2016. Brown also donated 150 hours of her time last year to various non-profit organizations in the community.
Tracy Bullock is the President of Bullock Training & Development. After spending 30 years managing strategic development for Procter & Gamble, she started her own woman-owned business in 2013 providing goals in customized sales, customer service, and executive management training solutions. Bullock is very active in the local business community and serves in various leadership capacities in the Tempe Chamber, as well as being a mentor in the AZ Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s Business Development Team.
Dawn Hocking is the Director of Development for The Centers for Habilitation (TCH). Having worked for the organization for more than 26 years, she has dedicated her life to the Tempe community and looks for opportunities daily to make a difference in the lives of others through her work. She takes on a variety of roles and challenges associated with a non-profit but still values the reward of seeing joy in her client’s faces. Hocking is an alumna of Tempe Leadership and is active in the Tempe Chamber organization.
The recipient will be announced at the Tempe Chamber Women in Business Conference on May 24 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Phoenix-Tempe hotel. For more information about the conference and to register, click here.
Last year’s recipient was Denise Hart of Vestar.