GREENWICH, Conn. -- Christine Georgopulo, owner of the Arthur Murray Grande Ballroom of Greenwich, will be among 11 women professionals honored by the YMCA of Greenwich at its 39th annual Brava Awards on Friday, Feb. 5.
These are the other honorees:
- Ellen Adams, managing principal of Hanoi Capital Management;
- Nancy Altobello, global vice chair of talent for EY, formerly Ernst and Young.
- Dr. Anne Angevine, an attending physician in the Bennett Cancer Center at Stamford Hospital.
- Sheryl Battles, vice president of communications and diversity strategy at Pitney Bowes;
- Laura Beck, principal at Cummings and Lockwood;
- Paola Garelick, co-founder and owner of Garelick and Herbs.
- Melissa Mulrooney, executive director and chief executive officer of the Stamford Museum and Nature Center.
- Lindsay Sheehy, a partner at Dickstein Shapiro.
- Dr. Stacy Zarakiotis, diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry for the Greenwich Pediatric Dental Group.
- Dr. Felice Zwas, chief of gastroenterology and chairman of the Medical Executive Committee at Greenwich Hospital.
The awards ceremony and luncheon will begin at 11:30 a.m. at the Hyatt Regency Greenwich, 1800 E. Putnam Ave.
Those interested in purchasing tickets can e-mail Aubrey Grodin at email@example.com or buy them online here.
The 11 were chosen by the YWCA Brava committee from more than 60 nominees. To get nominated for the award by a YWCA member, board member or staff, the women must either live or work in Stamford or Greenwich, must be accomplished in their careers, and must show a demonstrated commitment to volunteer work.
"The women honorees, especially this year, really demonstrate an ability to not just get ahead in their careers, to not just raise a family, but also to give back to the community and volunteer. That’s really amazing," said Sheilah Smith, a Greenwich resident and co-chair for the Brava Awards committee at the YWCA.
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