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Jax Daily Record Wednesday, Nov. 6, 201905:10 AM EST

JAX Chamber honors seven leaders

They were honored for their service to the community.

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JAX Chamber’s Professional Women’s Council recognized seven leaders last week at the second annual Women Connecting Women event at the University of North Florida Adam Herbert University Center. They were honored for their service to the community. Winners are, from left:

Paula Liang, board chair, Catalist, Legacy Award for nonprofit leadership.

Skye Barber, sergeant, Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, First Responder Rising Star.

Betzy Santiago, business solutions strategist, Florida State College at Jacksonville, Professional Minority Woman. 

Tanya Guydos, vice president, IberiaBank, Professional Business Woman of the Year.

Maribel Hernandez, president, Jacksonville Women’s Network and Celebrate, Women’s Advocate of the Year

Tracey Phillips, owner, Promotional Presence, Woman Business Owner of the Year.

Not pictured: Michelle Cook, Chief of Police, Atlantic Beach, Female First Responder Legacy Leader.

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