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August 7, 2019
After reviewing hundreds of nominations, the Houston Business Journal has named 65 women as honourees for the 2019 Women Who Mean Business Awards and 10 as Women to Watch.
The criteria for selection included career achievement, contribution to company and city success, community involvement and leadership.
The 2019 judges were
Janette has been honoured as an "outstanding leader in energy". Others honoured in this category include senior figures from Weatherford, Haliburton, Shell, Anadarko and Chevron.
You can find a full list of honourees in the Houston Business Journal
Janette will be recognised at an awards reception dinner on October 3rd and in a special section of HBJ’s October 4th weekly edition. Click here to learn more about the event and to purchase tickets.
This post was written by: Rob Boyle
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