YWCA Greenwich Announces Honorees for the 2017 BRAVA Awards

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Co-Chairs Seated: Randi Nielsen; Mimi Duff; Melissa Turner; Jennifer D. Port Standing Left: Romelle Jones Maloney, MD; Ruth Fattori; Anne A. Brewer, MD, MPH; Cyndi Koppelman; Mary Lee A. Kiernan; Denise C. Doria; Pepper Anderson; Nisha Kumar Behringer; Stacey Tisdale. Contributed photo

YWCA Greenwich 2017 BRAVA Awards Honorees will be celebrated at a luncheon on Friday, February 10, at the Hyatt Regency, Greenwich, beginning at 11:30 am.

Established in 1977, this fortieth BRAVA Awards recognizes outstanding women who are proven executives, acknowledged leaders in their fields and mentors in the community. They reflect the YWCA’s core mission of Empowering Women. The 2017 Brava Awards co-chairs are Mimi Duff, Karen M. Kelly, Terry Lamantia, Randi Nielsen, Jennifer D. Port, Debbie Salce, Kathy Silard, and Melissa Turner.

The 2017 BRAVA Honorees are: Pepper Anderson, JP Morgan Private Bank; Nisha Kumar Behringer, Greenbriar Equity Group, LLC; Anne A. Brewer, MD, MPH, Stamford Health; Susan M. Danaher, TouchTunes Media; Denise C. Doria, CPA, Walter J. McKeever & Company, LLC; Ruth Fattori, PepsiCo, Inc.; Cyndi Koppelman, Miller Motorcars; Romelle Jones Maloney, MD, OB/GYN, Yale-New Haven Health-Northeast Medical Group; Lila Snyder, Pitney Bowes; Jenny Storms, NBC Sports Group; Stacey Tisdale, Mind, Money, Media Inc.

“We are honored to recognize so many outstanding women at this year’s Brava Awards,” said YWCA Greenwich President and CEO, Mary Lee Kiernan. “Their extraordinary accomplishments and willingness to share their success with others through mentoring and volunteerism, exemplify everything we value and stand for at the YWCA.”

BRAVA plays a significant role in supporting the many YWCA programs and services, including Domestic Abuse Services, scholarships for children in our preschool, afterschool, camp, aquatics, and youth fitness programs; free Women’s Leadership Seminars; and free, community-wide Racial Justice initiatives.

For BRAVA Awards tickets visit the website. The event is Friday, Feb 10, from 11:30am until 2:00pm.

About YWCA Greenwich

YWCA Greenwich, has been making a difference in the lives of families, spanning babies to seniors, since 1919. We provide preschool and afterschool programs, youth athletics, adult health and fitness programs and adult seminars. YWCA Greenwich is also the only agency in Greenwich licensed and accredited to treat victims of domestic violence.

See also:

YWCA Greenwich Names Mary Lee Kiernan President and Chief Executive Officer


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