DALLAS – WiNGS, a nonprofit that empowers women, fights poverty and impacts generations, named Dallas Mavericks CEO Cynt Marshall its “Corporate Woman of the Year” at its Mentor & Allies Luncheon at the Omni Hotel Dallas on Thursday, May 16. The annual event honors individuals and corporations for their commitment to helping women in our community.
“The Mentors and Allies Awards luncheon is an opportunity to bring the community together to celebrate the accomplishments of the many women who have been able to successfully start new chapters, launch businesses and begin families through the support of the programs provided by WiNGS,” said Tiffaney Dale Hunter, event chair for the 2019 Mentors and Allies Awards luncheon. “It is also an exciting time to shine the light on those individuals and corporations selflessly giving of their time, talent and treasures to serve as champions for the success of all women.”
The 2019 Mentors & Allies Awards luncheon was an enriching and engaging afternoon filled with great networking, food, entertainment, panel conversations and recognition of corporations and individuals for their commitment to the empowerment and professional development of women.
Along with Marshall, this year’s outstanding honorees included:
• Corporation of the Year: Aimbridge Hospitality
• Corporate Woman of the Year: Cynt Marshall, CEO of the Dallas Mavericks
• Women Entrepreneurs of the Year:
• Mahisha Dellinger, CEO and Founder of CURLS and TV Host on the Oprah Winfrey Network
• Sabrina Martinez Harrison, CEO of MINT Dentistry
• Ebby Halliday Volunteer of the Year: Rochelle Webb, CEO of 3W Consulting Group
About WiNGS Mentors and Allies Awards
The WiNGS Mentors & Allies Awards Luncheon supports WiNGS’ relationship-based programs that match women with caring experts and role models who share tools, knowledge and connections for critical crossroads of their lives – from having their first baby and achieving financial security to launching a new business. A nonprofit organization that empowers women in crisis or at critical life crossroads, WiNGS served more than 2,400 individuals in Dallas County last year.