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Courier Honors Cincinnati’s Women Who Mean Business In 2016

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Tuesday October 18, 2016

Courier Honors Cincinnati’s Women Who Mean Business In 2016

Nikki Kingery
Cincinnati Business Courier

“The Business Courier today announced the honorees for its inaugural Women Who Mean Business Awards.

The program highlights the accomplishments of women in Greater Cincinnati who have made a significant impact in the business community in the past year.

Molly North, CEO of Al Neyer. North transitioned last year from CFO to the development company’s first female CEO. Since then, she’s helped drive the plans to expand into new markets and continue its local growth with such major projects as a massive redevelopment of the Blue Ash Airport site.”

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