10 Prominent Women Leaders 2023

10 Prominent Women Leaders 2023

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Harbour Insurance

Rebecca Cooper, VP & Premier Insurance Specialist, Harbour Insurance, has been in the insurance industry for over 20 years, starting as a claims handler in life & health before transitioning to P&C. She worked for one of the largest independent insurance brokerages before moving over to Harbour. Rebecca is both P&C and Life & Health licensed through the state of Florida.

Crowfoot Dodge Chrysler

According to Vicki Appleby, thriving as a woman in a male-dominated industry is not as challenging as it may seem.

Creatv MicroTech

There is a big surge of companies marketing blood tests for cancer screening, making it difficult for customers to decide which test to order. Creatv Bio, a Division of Creatv MicroTech, Inc., provides innovative blood tests to detect and diagnose cancer early when it matters most.


Armed with a passion for changing the status quo, Grace McNamara, CEO of EXI, focuses on bringing together a team that can work as one and challenge each other while pushing up standards across the industry.


Avkin’s founder and CEO, Amy Cowperthwait RN, MSN, CNS, CHSE-A was frustrated with the subpar simulation options available to educate future healthcare providers.

North Georgia Angel House

Susan Worsley, Executive Director & CEO of The North Georgia Angel House, had a life of service. She served in the military for seven years and began working in a children’s residential psychiatric facility in 1990.

PROXIA Software AG

The manufacturing arena is facing a number of challenges including”Amazonification” where the delivery dates have become shorter, along with increasing variety of products, smaller lot sizes, higher degree of customizationall delivered with the best product quality.

Leah Gervais

My business began as a confused twenty-something trying to find her way and purpose in the Big Apple. The vision for my life had been clear since I was a kid: get into NYU, move to New York City and make it here as a corporate lawyer.

Samantha Skey

Samantha Skey is Chief Executive Officer of SHE Media, a top 10 lifestyle, mission-driven media company.


Streetlights’ mission is to create viable careers, not just jobs, for young adults who are Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) and from low-income households, many with socioeconomic barriers, to work as qualified crew members on television, features, streaming and commercial productions. Our goal is to create ethnic and racial diversity and living wage careers in the Entertainment Industry.