Whether running their own business, leading a team, or volunteering tirelessly, the members of this year's class of 29 Women to Watch -- featured in the June issue of Little Rock Soiree -- are making an impact.
The June issue of Little Rock Soiree gives you a close-up look at Women to Watch.
This is the largest and most diverse class of Women to Watch ever, with 29 business and civic leaders of all ages and walks of life. For the first time since the program's inception, we opened nominations to tour readers. Then, a panel of editors and publishers from Arkansas Business Publishing Group vetted each woman before naming her to the list.
From entrepreneurs to volunteers and everything in between, each of these women is making a sizable impact on the Little Rock community.
Congratulations to these extraordinary women:
Elizbeth Bintliff, Heifer International
Kim Cook, BancorpSouth Insurance Services
Staci Croom-Raley, The Croom Firm LLC
Robbi Davis, The Robbi Davis Agency Inc.
Anna Dickinson, White Goat
Eleanor Dickinson, White Goat
Missy Duke, Cross Gunter Witherspoon & Galchus PC
Elizabeth Finch, Elizabeth Finch, Health & Nutrition Counselor
Camden Hyneman, Zenspin Studio
Stephanie Jackson, The Design Group
Leticia Jones, Genesis Women's Clinic
Debbie Knight, Metropolitan National Bank
Lindy Lanford, The Bridal Cottage
Jill Lawrence, J. Lawrence Design
Tina Ledbetter, Massage Envy Spa
Peggy McCall, Miracle League of Arkansas
Mia McNeal, Arkansas Mississippi Minority Supplier Development Council
Meredith Melody-Hubbell, Meredith Melody Photography
GG Millard, Fairway Independent Mortgage
Kate Price, Indigo
Natalie Rockefeller, Philanthropist
Jennali Shook, Arvest Bank
Pamela Smith, Little Rock School District
Annamary Thompson, Mary Kay Cosmetics
Judy Waller-Breece, U.S. Pizza Co.
Tandra Watkins, Ashley's at the Capital
Mickey Willett, The Social Type
LeAnn Wolf, Mind over Matter
Maggie Young, Southwest Employee Assistance Programs