Listee Features — July 8, 2020

Susan Butler

SUSAN BULKELEY BUTLER

Drawing upon many years of practiced experience, Susan Bulkeley Butler serves as the founder and the chief executive officer of the Susan Bulkeley Butler Institute for the Development of Women Leaders in Tucson, Arizona. Additionally, she excels as the first female partner with Accenture, with which she has remained committed to helping aspiring leaders in realizing their full potential. At the time she started at Accenture, there were not many women working in that field, but she knew some of the other partners working there. Even though her career has been filled with highlights, Ms. Butler is especially proud of participating in Fortune’s Most Powerful Women in Business Summits. Ms. Butler was constantly in a role where she wanted to

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Vanessa Faggiolly

VANESSA FAGGIOLLY

Vanessa Faggiolly, EMBA, does not know the meaning of defeat. Starting from nothing, she has been able to attain the American dream. Armed with resilience, a deep love for her family and a lasting connection to her homeland, she – along with her business partner and mother, Nora Saca – transformed a perilous future into a successful business. Furthermore, Ms. Faggiolly relocated to the United States from El Salvador and became a successful business owner. Amerisal Foods is a certified woman-owned, Central American food distribution company owned by the mother-daughter team, not only became a lucrative means of sustenance for their family, but it also made a profound impact on its employees and their families. The company was purchased as

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Kathryn Ransom

KATHRYN A. RANSOM

With decades of experience to her credit, Kathryn A. Ransom has excelled as an author and educator, having published her first book, “Ransom Notes: Moments of Reflection, Courage, Engagement, Worship and Humor,” through WestBow Press in 2019 at the age of 83. Prior to this accomplishment, she flourished as an adjunct professor for multiple colleges and universities throughout Illinois. She was employed with Springfield School District Number 186 as a teacher, the director of the reading program, and later as the supervisor of the English and Reading Department for the district. For two years, Ms. Ransom worked as a consultant for a textbook publishing company as a reading consultant for schools around the United States. Following retirement from the school

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Monica Holmes

MONICA HOLMES

Monica Holmes has, as she puts it, “went through the fire of life and came out the other side with little scars.” After struggling with her own addictions, she has turned her life around and dedicated it to working with underserved individuals in an effort to help them reach their highest quality of life. Ms. Holmes has the unique ability to truly understand how the people she helps feel, as she is used to struggle with addiction, and is also living HIV positive, though she has been sober for more than 10 years. As the outreach GPRA specialist of Harlem United, the nonprofit health care service that specifically serves the HIV/AIDS community, Ms. Holmes is responsible for providing program screenings,

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Rhoda Kayakjuak

RHODA KAYAKJUAK

Rhoda Kayakjuak is one of Canada’s most prominent Inuktitut interpreters and translators, and has earned distinction as an ambassador for Canadian Aboriginal culture. Growing up facing the tension of navigating both a traditional and a colonized lifestyle, she found that her language skills were a bridge between the two and a vessel to share her culture. In 1984, Ms. Kayakjuak completed coursework at Thebacha Campus, NWT, and has pursued additional study in translation and localization through Lionbridge. In 1990, Ms. Kayakjuak was welcomed to the Canadian government’s Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, where she served as a communications officer and public engagement team leader until 1994. Between 1995 and 1999, she worked directly with the Nunavut Planning Commission as an

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