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Most Influential Women Anniversary

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The Springfield-Greene County Health Department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have asked those planning events of 50 or more people in the next eight weeks to reschedule or cancel those gatherings due to the impact of coronavirus, and events in Springfield of 10 or more are now prohibited through April 1.
With the health of our speakers, community and staff as our top priority, Springfield Business Journal will reschedule next month’s Most Influential Women anniversary party and publication. The event scheduled for Tuesday, April 21 is moved to Tuesday, July 14 at 5:30 p.m. at the Oasis Hotel & Convention Center. 
If you have purchased a ticket to the MIW Anniversary event, that ticket will be valid at the July 14 event. If you have questions, please contact Diana Weber: or 417-838-0267. We look forward to celebrating 20 years of Most Influential Women with you later this summer.
Event: 5:30 p.m., July 14

Location: Oasis Hotel & Convention Center

Click here to purchase individual tickets. Tickets are $45 each. 

Click here to purchase a reserved table of 10. Tables are $450 each.

A portion of each ticket will benefit Women In Need. Ticket purchases are non-refundable.

Featured Speakers & Panelists

Lisa Alexander, CoxHealth Foundation 2004 Honoree
Amy Blansit, The Drew Lewis Foundation 2019 Honoree
Norma Champion, Formerly of KY3, Missouri House of Representatives & Senate, Evangel University 2005 Honoree
Susan Haralson, Premier Home Health Care 2013 Honoree
Jill Patterson, SPS School Board & Missouri State University 2008 Honoree
Patti Penny, Founder of PenMac Staffing 2000 Honoree
Francine Pratt, Prosper Springfield 2010 Honoree
Carrie Richardson, Leadership Springfield 2019 Honoree
Karen Scott, Lost & Found Grief Center 2015 Honoree
Carol Taylor, Evangel University 2014 Honoree


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