People Before Politics Radio Co-Host Cynthia Turnquest-Jones honored at the Mount Vernon Chamber of Commerce Women’s History Luncheon.
The Mount Vernon Chamber of Commerce hosted a luncheon on Wednesday at Club 661 in Mount Vernon located on 661 Columbus Avenue to honor several women that are making history in our community. The Chamber introduced their new committee members “Women in Business”. This new exciting committee will provide an opportunity of women in business to build in an atmosphere with like-minded women. The luncheon was lead by Co-Vice President Jacene Thomas and Membership Chair Anne-Marie Ditta.
“I want to thank The Mount Vernon Chamber of Commerce for recognizing my contributions to our Brown Girls and Brown Mothers of Mount Vernon, Cynthia shares.
Honorees included; Michelle Christie – MACS Women, Antoinette Byrd – Doles Center, Samantha Preston – PreVis LLC, Dina Caldwell – Living4U, Nesta Felix – New Flex Youth, Lillian Reynolds – Mt. Vernon City Schools, Vera Baker – Securities of America, Tamika A. Coverdale, Esq., Brenda Crump – Mt. Vernon School Board Trustee, Genevieve Thompson – Ms. G. Productions, Toni Smith – Transcend Dance, Kristen Krauskoff – CPA, Eve Soto – Ready To Sing, Joan P. Horton – Doles Center Senior Program Director, Pat Livingston – Doles Center Senior Program, Sasha Wright – Treasure Trove, Jackie Warner, Esq., Rhonda Fountain – RLF Marketing, Melissa Thomas – Way2Go, Kenyetta Thomas – Way2Go, Michelle Lopez – MVHS, Prestige Events, Michelle Starr – ValPak, Cynthia Turnquest-Jones: Black Westchester Claudette Gyles – Essence of Beauty and Carol Middleton – SteamHouse, Middleton Realty
Powerful and confident women were each personally greeted by Jacene Thomas, Vice President and Dwayne Brown, President. If interested in joining the Mount Vernon Chamber of Commerce “Women in Business” please contact Jacene Thomas at email@example.com for more information about this post visit http://www.blackwestchester.com .