Wednesday, 17 June 2020 23:14

Women's Industry Network Announces 2020 Cornerstone Award Winners

Women’s Industry Network (WIN) presents the Cornerstone Award each year to deserving WIN board members.

The winners' actions and contributions demonstrate outstanding commitment to WIN’s mission and vision. They also set a high example for others to follow.


This year, WIN Chair Cheryl Boswell awarded two board members with the Cornerstone Award, Michelle Sullivan and Jenny Anderson.


Michelle Sullivan web


Sullivan, a past WIN chair, is a true leader of WIN. She is a strong advocate of WIN and increased WIN membership during her tenure.


Sullivan has been a mentor to so many women. During the last year, she worked to redefine sponsor opportunities and benefits. She served on the WIN executive committee in various roles and served in a leadership capacity on many committees, including membership and sponsorship.


Sullivan is the strategic sales manager for AkzoNobel Vehicle Refinishes.


“I am grateful and humbled to receive this award,” Sullivan said in a news release from AkzoNobel. “Throughout my career, I have been in leadership positions that have allowed me to identify, advance and retain talent in the collision repair industry. We all have a responsibility to leave this industry better than we found it.


"The Women’s Industry Network provides a platform to do that in a broader capacity. I was honored to serve with the industry’s finest leaders and mentors.”


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Anderson, vice chair on the WIN executive committee, served a key role in selecting and implementing a new WIN membership database and website.

She devotes endless hours working on the marketing initiatives of WIN. She too has served in many roles on the executive committee, co-chairs the marketing committee and is involved on the Most Influential Woman (MIW) award committee.


Andreson is director of sales for Entegral.


“This award provides a way in which we can say ‘thank you’ to those board members who make a lasting impression on WIN,” said Boswell. “Michelle and Jenny’s actions and contributions have created a great example for future board members and leaders in our organization, and we are so lucky that they are a part of WIN.”


WIN is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization. WIN recognizes excellence, promotes leadership and fosters a network specifically for and among women. WIN drives industry sustainability by developing women through education and connections.


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Source: WIN, AkzoNobel

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