The Most Influential Women in Arizona Business for 2019

Business News | 20 Jun |

From a field of more than 2,000 women under consideration, Az Business magazine has announced its list of the Most Influential Women in Arizona Business for 2019.

“One of the things that makes the Most Influential Women in Arizona program special is that we don’t allow a woman to make the list more than once,” said AZ Big Media Editor in Chief Michael Gossie. “It’s a testament to the number of brilliant, talented women leaders in Arizona that the program continues to be the most elite and most competitive in the state.”

The Most Influential Women in Arizona Business for 2019 will be featured on the cover of the July/August issue of Az Business magazine, along with editorial profiles inside the magazine. They will also be honored at a dinner and reception that begins at 5:30 p.m. on August 22, 2019 at the Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria Resort. For tickets or for sponsorship opportunities, click here or email events@azbigmedia.com or call (602) 277-6045.

Beginning July 1, azbigmedia.com will be profiling one of the Most Influential Women of 2019 each day leading up to the Most Influential Women dinner on Aug. 22.

Here are photos of all the Most Influential Women in Arizona Business for 2019. Be sure to double-click on the slide show to see full images.

The Most Influential Women in Arizona Business for 2019

• Alison Abramson, vice president and commercial banking relationship manager, BBVA Compass

• Sara Begley, executive vice president, general counsel, and chief compliance officer, CopperPoint Insurance Companies

• Bridget Binsbacher, director of operations for the Cactus League and vice mayor for the City of Peoria

• Jodi Bohr, shareholder and chair of the Professional Women’s Group, Gallagher & Kennedy

• Leah Brown, MD, Steward Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center 

• Bernadine Burnette, president, Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation

• Eboni Chaffee, Ph.D, director of Customer Experience and Revenue Operations (CXRO), Intel

• Bridget Cooney, senior vice president and retail banking group manager, National Bank of Arizona

• Julie DiCicco, senior director, Freedom Financial Network

• Marisa Felker, franchise finance division leader, Washington Federal

• Monica Garnes, president, Fry’s

• Julie Giese, president, ISM Raceway

• Caryn Gose, economic development project manager, SRP

• Trish Gulbranson, founder and CEO, Derma Health Skin & Laser

• Martha Gulati, MD, physician executive director, Banner – University Medicine Heart Institute

• Sharon Hwang, chief operating officer, GPEC 

• Jessica Jarvi, senior vice president and deputy general counsel, Western Alliance Bank

• Tonya MacBeth, shareholder, Burch & Cracchiolo

• Martha McSally, United States Senator

• Bobbi Magdaleno, executive director for government and community engagement, ASU

• Jennifer Mannino, corporate intelligence practice leader, Grant Thornton

• Toni Morales Broberg, state president, AT&T

• Sara B. Nance, partner, Wallace Plese + Dreher

• Christina Oh, CEO, Abrazo West Campus

• Angela Olea, founder and CEO, Assisted Living Locators

• Jessica Pacheco, vice president of state and local affairs, APS

• Amy  Patel, tax partner, Deloitte

• Kristy Peters, shareholder, Littler

• Corey Saba Basha, senior vice president, Wells Fargo Commercial Banking

• Calline Sanchez, Tucson site leader, IBM Worldwide System Lab Services

• Laura Sixkiller, partner, DLA Piper

• Marnee Spierer, MD, chief of staff and chief of radiation oncology, Cancer Treatment Centers of America Phoenix

• Michelle Swann, partner, Radix Law

• Regina Van Buren, MD, medical director, Sonora Quest Laboratories

• Jaime Vinck, CEO, Sierra Tucson

• Michele N. Washington, associate, Snell & Wilmer

• Cynthia Wetmore, MD, director of the Center for Cancer, Phoenix Children’s Hospital

• Cathleen Yu, partner, Quarles & Brady

 

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