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THE ATHENA LEADERSHIP MODEL
The Authentic Self
Relationships
Giving Back
Collaboration
Courageous Acts
Learning
 Fierce Advocacy
Celebration & Joy
GIVING BACK
Serving the greater good. Committing to help your personal community of family, friends and  peers as well as the  global village at large.
The ATHENA  Foundation supports, develops and honors women leaders; inspiring women to achieve their full potential and creating balance in leadership worldwide.
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 Advertising supplement to the Daily Messenger  for November 10, 2013
MARGARET MEYER
 2012 YOUNG PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP AWARD RECIPIENT
SHARON GULLO
 2012ATHENA RECIPIENT
 
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29th Annual
 
ATHENA Award Dinner
“Giving Back”
November 15, 2013
 Finger Lakes Community College Student Center
Cocktails 5:30 pm
 
 
Dinner and Program 6:45 pm
 Founding Sponsor: Randall Farnsworth Auto Group
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Diamond Sponsors: Ameriprise Financial, Five Star Bank,EFP Rotenberg, LLP and LaBella Associates, PC
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Platinum Sponsor: Bristol Mountain, Canandaigua Chrysler Dodge Jeep and Thompson Health
 
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Nominee Reception Sponsor: Fuller Funeral Home, Inc.
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Mary Allhusen Marjorie DonhauserPeggy Kane Lauren KolbMary R. Green Ginny Gumaer-MullerStephanie Kunes-Mincer Laurie O'Shaughnessy Kathleen QuinnMary Savastano Cutting
2013 ATHENA NOMINEES2013 ATHENA YPLA NOMINEES
Erica Bapst Lindsey Dixon-Marianetti Mandy Friend  Jessica Nava Dr. Trista Merrill Heidi Solimine
 
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2011
 Barbara G. Risser
2010
 Lynne Erdle
2009
 Ginny Clark
2009
Margaret & Randy Farnsworth
2008
 Deborah M. Denome
2007
 Barbara Fuge
2006
  Janet E. Tenreiro
2005
 Rhoda Childs
2004
 Marci Diehl
2003
 Karen Davison Blazey
2002
Deborah Weymouth
2001
Valerie Knoblauch
2000
 Lauren Dixon
1999
Gail O’Brien
1998
 Sharon Pepper
1997
 Teresa Hall
1996
 Ellen Polimeni
1995
 Gail Love
1994
  Judith Stewart
1993
 Linda Janzcak
1992
  Joyce Ezrow
1991
Linda Welch
1990
Kay James
1989
 Lois Kozlowski
1988
Gail Dorr Herman
1987
 Barb Nelson
PAST ATHENA RECIPIENTS
2012
 Sharon Gullo
ATHENA 2013:
Giving back—the greatest impact
By Donna De Palma | Messenger Post Media
For 29 years, ATHENA has recognized women who lead, celebrating the dedication required to reach a woman’s full potential. Serving the greater good, a commitment to help her community of family, friends and peers, as well as, her global village, at large, defines giving back, the theme of this year’s ATHENA awards.One of ATHENA’s eight tenets which reflects the core qualities of women who lead, giving back asks a woman to consider the needs of her community and how best to express her talents through giving.All of the women nominated this year are motivated to give back—some because of personal hardship which has allowed them to develop an awareness of the needs of others and each one, out of a true generosity of spirit.On November 15th at Finger Lakes Community College’s Student Center, the 29th Annual ATHENA Awards Gala will be held to recognize outstanding local women who are giving back. Inspired, energetic, creative, capable, all of the women nominated this year exemplify qualities of leadership as identified by the ATHENA tenets—giving back, authentic self, learning, collaboration, courageous acts, fierce advocacy, relationships and celebration and joy.One individual will receive the prestigious ATHENA award as a symbol of excellence for all women in our community. The Canandaigua Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with Professional Women of the Finger Lakes presents the ATHENA Award annually.Canandaigua was the first community in New York to host an ATHENA award program. It has grown to become a national role model for over 500 communities in the United States, Canada, China, Russia, The United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom.The evening will include a presentation of the ATHENA and the ATHENA Young Professional Leadership awards, as well as a media presentation to be shown at dinner featuring this year’s ATHENA Award nominees. A silent auction with gifts and prizes will also be held.The focus of the ATHENA award program is one of celebration rather than competition. Celebrating the unique ways women lead and the importance of nurturing this leadership in our community and in our professions is what we promote. This event raises funds for scholarships for women, supports mentoring and coaching partnerships with area colleges and is connected to ATHENA International, a foundation honoring the achievements, wisdom and experience of women around the world.

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