2016 Women of Power & Influence Awards
June 22, 2016 | Three Sixty° 10 Desbrosses Street, New York City
NOW-NYC’s annual gala honors exemplary women who have boldly forged their way to the top of their industries, breaking barriers along the way, and earning the title of pioneer and role model. Each year we gather to celebrate these extraordinary women working in business, finance, entrepreneurship, technology, law and government.
Meet Our 2016 Honorees
Stacey Antar, Vice President & General Counsel
FERRING PHARMACEUTICALS INC.
Leilani M. Brown, Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer
Dale Cendali, Partner
KIRKLAND & ELLIS LLP
Liz Elting, Co-Founder & Co-CEO
Jennifer Kennedy Park, Partner
CLEARY GOTTLIEB STEEN & HAMILTON LLP
Dr. Robin Smith, Chairman and President
STEM FOR LIFE FOUNDATION
Learn More About Our 2016 Honorees
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About Our Awards
All of our honorees share a commitment to advancing women’s opportunities, so that individual women can fulfill their potential and women collectively can advance professionally, economically, and socially. Our distinguished honorees will join a growing network of award alumnae, over 100 exemplary business leaders, financiers, entrepreneurs, and innovators.
The proceeds from this annual dinner gala support NOW-NYC and Women’s Justice NOW in the critical work of advocating for and improving the lives of New York women and girls.
Women of Power & Influence Alumnae
Our Awardee Alumnae Network is made up of more than 50 top women business leaders and thinkers. The National Organization of Women facilitates networking with annual alumnae events and presentations on current issues of the day affecting women in business.
Spotlight on Alumnae
Roberta Kaplan (2007) defeats the Defense of Marriage Act in a historic Supreme Court case.
Rachel Maddow (2005) on the future of feminism and the importance of covering pro-choice news.
Cheryl Mills (2000) is named to DC’s Most Powerful list.
Mary Jo White (1997) is tapped to lead the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Gloria Steinem (1991) writes her new memoir, My Life on the Road.
Sharon Bowen (2010) is appointed by President Obama as Commissioner of the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission.