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BBB seeks nominations for ‘Top 25 Women to Watch’

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

Women in Business Networking, a program of the Better Business Bureau of Dayton and Miami Valley, announced its 25 Women To Watch. Video by Amelia Robinson

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

Better Business Bureau’s Women in Business Networking is looking for nominations for the 2020 class of the Top 25 Women to Watch program.

The program recognizes innovative women across the Miami Valley who set the standard within their business or career and are driven to make a difference in their community.

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“Last year the Dayton region experienced unprecedented growth. Women are playing a key role driving that growth,” said Melissa Cutcher, BBB’s chief business officer. “The 2019 class of Top 25 included CEOs, plant managers, engineers and doctors. The Top 25 Women to Watch program allows us to recognize women making a difference. WiBN hopes to inspire them – and other women like them – to take their professional and personal lives to the next level.”

Nominations are now open until end of the business day on March 30. From the nominations, 25 women will be selected, by committee, who have shown exceptional leadership, made an impact in their industry or marketplace and made significant contributions to their community.

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Women in all fields of business backgrounds are eligible. Nominations can be submitted by individuals, businesses or communities on behalf of the individual being nominated. Nominations are submitted on the WiBN website where previous winners are showcased.