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Past Athena recipients

2015: Amy Tait
Broadstone Real Estate LLC

2014: Lynne Maquat
University of Rochester Medical Center

2013: Anne Kress
Monroe Community College

2012: Judith Ford Baumhauer M.D.
University of Rochester Medical Center

2011: Kitty Van Bortel
Van Bortel Ford, Van Bortel Subaru
and Van Bortel Used Car Center

2010: Jennifer Leonard
Rochester Area Community Foundation

2009: Holly Hillberg
Johnson and Johnson

2008: Ruth Lawrence M.D.
University of Rochester Medical Center

2007: Patricia Malgieri
Then with the city of Rochester

2006: Jean Howard
G.J. Howard Consulting

2005: Carolyn Portanova
Then with Catholic Family Center

2004: Elizabeth McAnarney M.D.
Golisano Children’s Hospital at Strong

2003: Ursula Burns
Xerox Corp.

2002: Sandra Parker
Rochester Business Alliance Inc./
Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce

2001: The late Katherine Keough
St. John Fisher College

2000: Sue Stewart
University of Rochester, retired

1999: Betsy Harrison
Genesee Country Village & Museum, retired

1998: Susan McLaughlin
Then with Eastman Kodak Co.

1997: Linda Becker
Healthcare Benefits Network

1996: Kathleen Whelehan
Upstate National Bank

1995: Bernice Skirboll
Compeer Inc., retired

1994: Barbara Kelley
Bausch & Lomb Inc., retired

1993: Karen Noble Hanson
Episcopal Diocese of Rochester

1992: Katherine Hudson
Then with Eastman Kodak Co.

1991: Mary-Frances Winters
The Winters Group

1990: Louise Woerner
HCR

1989: Chris Pulleyn
Evelyn Brandon Health Center

1988: Rose Marie Beston
Nazareth College of Rochester, retired

1987: The late Judith Schwan
Eastman Kodak Co.

1/15/2016 (c) 2016 Rochester Business Journal. To obtain permission to reprint this article, call 585-546-8303 or email rbj@rbj.net.

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