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Dr. Bridgette Stasher-Booker

Project Director, Miss. Institute for the Improvement Dr. Bridgette Stasher-Booker believes her ability to listen is her most valuable personal skill. It serves her well in her career as a health care administrator. The Jackson resident has 15 years experience in this field and presently serves as project director for the Mississippi Institute for the […] [...]

Dr. Lurlene Blakley Irvin

Director of the Center for Business Development & Economic Research Dr. Lurlene Blakley Irvin knows her numbers, and excels at the ability to give people the information they need for those numbers to make sense when it comes to business success. As director of the Center for Business Development & Economic Research (CBDER) in Jackson, […] [...]

Dr. Mildred Ridgway

GynecologicalOoncologist at the Women’s Specialty Center Dr. Mildred Ridgway operates with a skill and precision that not only saves the lives of her gynecological patients, but also minimizes pain and speeds the healing. Ridgway is a gynecological oncologist at the Women’s Specialty Center who cares for and treats patients with malignant and pre-malignant disease of […] [...]

Judge Virginia C. Carlton

Mississippi Court of Appeals Professional dual service is the norm for Virginia C. Carlton. She balances two roles and has two distinguished titles as judge for the Mississippi Court of Appeals and a colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves. In the military, she is the first National Guard officer to serve on the Army Appellate […] [...]

Abby Barber Brann

Hinds Community College Alumni Coordinator Abby Barber Brann of Ridgeland brings a sunny personality and keen organizational skills to all that she does. Recently married to Matthew Brann, who works in the accounting department at the Courthouse Gym & Racquet Club, she is alumni coordinator at Hinds Community College. Jackie Granberry, vice president for institutional […] [...]

Evelyn Edwards

Vice President of Community Reinvestment, BancorpSouth The ability to make a difference in lives is what Evelyn Edwards really loves about banking. As vice president of community reinvestment for BancorpSouth Bank she gets to do that as the liaison between the bank and the community. “I forge partnerships with non-profit groups and agencies whose mission […] [...]

Konstantina Matheos

Owner,  A Bridge to Recovery Often people don’t want to talk about the major traumas of their lives, losing a loved one, struggling with addictions or major life challenges such as divorce. But just burying problems rarely works. Failure to address drug and alcohol addictions, for example, can lead to illness and even death. Konstantina […] [...]

Clare Agostinelli

Assistant Director, Career Services, Mississippi College Loyal is the word Clare Agostinelli uses to describe herself but she’s also a goal setter and achiever. The Clarksdale native currently serves as assistant director of career services at Mississippi College where she helps students make the transition from school to the world of work. “I recently hired […] [...]

Rosemary Aldridge

Professional Engineer and Vice President of Neel-Schaffer Inc. Multi-tasking is a way of life for professional engineer Rosemary Aldridge. The busy wife and mother of three teenagers is vice president over Neel-Schaffer Engineering Company’s Ridgeland office. In her professional capacity she manages the Telecommunications, Environmental Science and Energy business sectors along with overseeing the company’s […] [...]

Emily Montgomery

Sales Development Manager, New York Life When Emily Montgomery was offered a job with New York Life three years ago, it was a crossroads in a successful and varied career. She had worked as product manager for MCI WorldCom, as advertising\sales manager for the Rainbow Hotel Casino, as a television account executive and as a […] [...]

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