Scribendi.com president, Chandra Clarke, has been recognized by Stiletto Woman, a magazine for the modern woman, as a finalist in the "Top 25 Amazing Women of the Year" award program.
Chandra Clarke Named an Enterprising Women of the Year
Enterprising Women Magazine recognizes business excellence
March 15, 2010
Scribendi President, Chandra Clarke, has been recognized by Enterprising Women, an American magazine for women business owners, as a finalist in the annual "Enterprising Women of the Year" award program. The top women business owners from across the United States and Canada will be recognized for outstanding business growth, mentoring and supporting other women in business, and leadership in their communities.
With an unprecedented number of entries this year, the magazine’s editorial team screened hundreds of nominations. The publication’s Advisory Board, comprised of more than one hundred outstanding women entrepreneurs from the United States and around the globe, assisted in the final selection process.
"The Enterprising Women of the Year Award is one of the most prestigious recognition programs in the world for women entrepreneurs. In light of the challenging economy, this year's honorees have overcome many obstacles to grow their businesses, give back to others, and really shine as leaders in their communities," said Monica Smiley, publisher/CEO of Enterprising Women.
Award Winners will gather March 17–19 at the Marriott Doral Golf Resort and Spa in Miami, Florida; the gala awards dinner is scheduled for March 18.
About Enterprising Women Magazine
Enterprising Women, headquartered in Cary, North Carolina, is the only women-owned magazine in the United States that is published exclusively for women business owners. It chronicles the growing political, economic, and social influence of entrepreneurial women. The magazine website provides a friendly meeting place, a public forum, and a national stage for the critical issues confronting businesses and daily lives of women from the unique perspectives and experiences of entrepreneurial women.