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Congratulations to Top Women-Led Companies

Posted on November 12, 2019

Associated Industries of Massachusetts congratulates 15 member employers named to the 2019 Top 100 Women-Led Businesses list released today by The Commonwealth Institute and The Boston Globe.

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The companies range from financial services giant Fidelity Investments to construction firm E.T. & L. Corporation. Five of the companies are led by members of the AIM Board of Directors – Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries of Boston, Joanne Hilferty, President and CEO; Lancaster Packaging Inc., Marianne Lancaster, Founder and President; Onyx Specialty Papers of South Lee, Patricia Begrowicz, President; Sensata Technologies, Martha Sullivan, President and CEO; and United Personnel Services Inc., Tricia Canavan, President and CEO.

“The companies on this list represent the best of the Massachusetts business community,” said John Regan, President and Chief Executive Officer of Associated Industries of Massachusetts.

“The women who own or run these companies have not just shattered glass ceilings but built their businesses in a manner that creates economic opportunity for all Massachusetts residents.”

AIM members on the list are:

  • Children’s Hospital, Sandra Fenwick, President & COO
  • Catholic Charities of Boston, Debbie Rambo, President
  • Comcast (Greater Boston), Tracy Pitcher, Senior Vice President, Greater Boston
  • ET&L Corp, Jennie Colosi, President & Treasurer
  • Elaine Construction, Lisa Wexler, President
  • Fidelity Investments, Abigail Johnson, President & CEO
  • John Hancock, Marianne Harrison, CEO
  • Lancaster Packaging Inc., Marianne Lancaster, Founder & President
  • Lasell Village Inc., Anne Doyle, President
  • Massachusetts Medical Society, Lois Dehls Cornell, Executive Vice President
  • Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries, Joanne Hilferty, President & CEO
  • Onyx Paper, Patricia Begrowicz, President
  • Sensata Technologies, Martha Sullivan, President & CEO
  • United Personnel Services, Tricia Canavan, President & CEO
  • UMass Lowell, Jacquie Moloney, Chancellor

The honorees were announced this morning at The Commonwealth Institute/Boston Globe Top 100 Women-Led Businesses breakfast.