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Leading Ladies Mobile


June 25, 2020

Moe’s BBQ in Downtown Mobile 

5:30-7:30 p.m


The Leading Ladies Awards Reception serves as a forum for recognizing outstanding women and organizations in southern Alabama and is an important fundraising event and promotion for Girl Scouting in the southern Alabama service area. 

The Leading Ladies Award celebrates individuals who are making a positive impact in their professional lives and in their communities, especially when they are directing those efforts to support the advancement of girls and women.

The Leading Workplace for Women Award recognizes an organization that supports girl and women's leadership and success. Equal opportunity in the workplace helps women reach their potential and allows the community to fully benefit.

Nominations are open until May 20th for the Mobile Leading Ladies Awards!

Nominate a Leading Lady

Nominate a Leading Workplace for Women 


2020 Leading Ladies Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor


Platinum Sponsor


Gold Sponsor

Smith Dukes
2019 Leading Ladies
Kate Carver, Executive Director, Dumas Wesley Community Center     Cathy Pope, President & CEO, Feeding the Gulf Coast    
Samantha Coppels, Communications Manager, Daphne Utilities     Ann Richardson, Senior Vice President, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management    
Carol Hunter, Director of Communications, Downtown Mobile Alliance     Monique Michele Rogers, President, H&S Management
Rhonda Lucas, Information Systems and Technology Instructor, School of Computing, University of South Alabama Ashleigh Simon, Clinical Director, The Bridge
Anne Laurie McClurkin, Shareholder, The Kullman Firm Shellie Teague
2019 Leading Workplaces for Women
Lifelines Counseling Services Feeding the Gulf Coast
Daphne Utilities  
2018 Leading Ladies
Chasity Byrd, Meteorologist, Fox10 Dr. Monica Motley, President, Alabama School of Mathematics and Science
Casi Callaway, Executive Director, Mobile Baykeeper Ashley Rich, District Attorney, Mobile County
Jill Chenoweth, President and CEO, United Way of Southwest Alabama Aimee Risser, Chief Executive Officer, Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Alabama
Hayley Hill, Editor in Chief, Access Magazine Elizabeth Stevens, President and CEO, Downtown Mobile Alliance
Ruby McCullough, Co-Founder & Vice President, Thriveway Consulting Chandra Brown Stewart, Executive Director, Lifelines Counseling Services



For more information on the Leading Ladies Reception, how to sponsor, or how to nominate a Leading Lady, contact Chief Development Officer, Alicia Schneider.