Highland IFBW Award Winners: From left are Anne Hickey, assistant principal of Highland Primary School, winner of Boss of the Year; Angela Kim, director of Latzer Library, winner of the Women Mean Business Award; and Suzette Schniers, human resources director at CLEAN The Uniform, who was named the Woman of Achievement.
Highland IFBW Award Winners: From left are Anne Hickey, assistant principal of Highland Primary School, winner of Boss of the Year; Angela Kim, director of Latzer Library, winner of the Women Mean Business Award; and Suzette Schniers, human resources director at CLEAN The Uniform, who was named the Woman of Achievement. Courtesy photo
Highland IFBW Award Winners: From left are Anne Hickey, assistant principal of Highland Primary School, winner of Boss of the Year; Angela Kim, director of Latzer Library, winner of the Women Mean Business Award; and Suzette Schniers, human resources director at CLEAN The Uniform, who was named the Woman of Achievement. Courtesy photo

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