Atlanta Magazine: We Are Rosie Founder, Stephanie Nadi Olson, featured on Women Making a Mark 2022 List
ATLANTA MAGAZINE ANNOUNCES 2022 WOMEN MAKING A MARK HONOREES
ATLANTA, GA – March 8, 2022: Atlanta magazine is pleased to announce the following 2022 Women Making a Mark honorees. A networking session will take place in the open-air plaza at the reimagined Colony Square, the iconic mixed-use destination in Midtown. An awards breakfast will follow on Friday, June 3, 2022. A special commemorative Women Making a Mark section with profiles of each honoree will be published in the June issue of Atlanta magazine. Your Atlanta Area BMW Centers returns again this year as presenting sponsor, and official automobile, of the annual Women Making a Mark program.
“We are fortunate and extremely excited by this year’s group of honorees. Not only are these women leading some of Atlanta’s finest corporations and organizations, but they also serve as role models and mentors to all of us who strive to give back, contribute to others, and work tirelessly for causes we are passionate about,” says Sean McGinnis, President and Publisher of Atlanta magazine.
2022 honorees include:
Jennifer Barlament Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Mary Frances Bowley Wellspring Living
Pinky Cole Slutty Vegan, Pinky Cole Foundation
Charlene Crusoe-Ingram Meals on Wheels Atlanta
Elizabeth Elango Global Village Project
Dr. Nadine Kaslow The Nia Project, Emory School of Medicine, Grady Health
Marty Kemp First Lady of Georgia, GRACE Commission
Jamie Lackey Helping Mamas
Meredith Leapley Leapley Construction Group
Stephanie Nadi Olson We Are Rosie
Mindy Selig Selig Enterprises
Charmaine Ward-Millner Georgia Power
Dr. Seh Welch Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
About Women Making a Mark
In its thirteenth year, Atlanta magazine’s Women Making a Mark program strives to recognize women in Atlanta who are doing extraordinary work in our community. Women Making a Mark honorees represent a diverse group of women from corporate, legal, medical, educational, arts, and nonprofit sectors across our city. Nominations are accepted via atlantamagazine.com and through a network of past honorees. An awards event takes place each June and the honorees are profiled in the June issue of Atlanta magazine.
About Atlanta magazine
First published in 1961 as the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce magazine, Atlanta magazine marked its 60th year in 2021 as the city of Atlanta’s most prestigious publication—having been recognized with hundreds of awards for excellence in journalism and design, including The National Magazine Award, the industry’s highest honor. Through the years, the magazine has expanded its portfolio to include Atlanta Magazine’s HOME, Southbound, atlantamagazine.com, and thriving events and custom media divisions. Atlanta magazine is part of Hour Media.
About Hour Media Group
Hour Media is a Michigan-based multimedia company, which publishes and produces 132 magazines and custom titles, 37 consumer websites, and 65 shows and events throughout the United States. The company is recognized as an influential publisher of city, regional, and custom publications, including the marquee titles, Hour Detroit, Minnesota Monthly, Sacramento Magazine, Orange Coast, Los Angeles Magazine, Atlanta Magazine, Cincinnati Magazine, Palm Beach Illustrated, and Naples Illustrated. The company has offices in Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, and Ohio, with over 300 employees across the country.