25th annual Influential Women in Business recognition event scheduled

Twenty local women executives will be honored in the 25th annual Influential Women in Business Awards and Recognition Event hosted by the Daily Herald Suburban Business and its sponsoring partners. The awards will be presented virtually via livestream at 4 p.m. Nov. 10; to register, visit:

The awards are presented to outstanding women executives who excel in business, civic and personal arenas. The honorees' business must be located or have a major presence in the Daily Herald Suburban Business primary editorial coverage area, suburban Chicago.

This year's recognition includes marketing partner, National Association of Women Business Owners-Chicago Area Chapter (NAWBO).

Honorees will be profiled in a special issue of the Daily Herald Suburban Business to be published Dec. 11.

The 2022 honorees are:

• Candace D. Green, Beitel Group/N'DACE LLC

• Kylie Knur, JJR Marketing

• Nancy Conner, Nancy Conner Consulting LLC

• Teri Dreher, RN, NShore Patient Advocates

• Mary Anne Ehlert, Ehlert Financial Group & Protected Tomorrows

• Kelly Fitzsimmons, Light Up Your Holidays

• Dr. Amy Derick, Derick Dermatology

• Christa J. Madison, Sebold Capital Management, Inc.

• Agnes Masnik, IL Department of Commerce& Economic Opportunity - Office of Regional Economic Development

• Alexandra Koys, Lighten

• Kaylin Risvold, Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce

• Addie Goodman, JCC Chicago

• Susanne Dershaw, Volle's Bridal & Boutique

• Shital Daftari, Saris and Things DBA SNT Biotech

• Regine Jeune, DB Sterlin Consultants, Inc.

• Katie Berganske-Frank, Clearwater Capital Partners

• Michael-Anne Peck, Itasca Bank & Trust Co.

• Shaylyn Cullen, Cullen Construction Management

• Elyse Wagner, Functional Medicine Coaching Academy

• Dr. Sandra Scheinbaum, Functional Medicine Coaching Academy

The Daily Herald Suburban Business is the leading provider of business news and information about businesses and the economy in suburban Chicago. We are located Tuesday–Friday and Sunday in the Daily Herald newspaper and also distribute information through special publications, an Internet site and a daily e-mail newsletter. In addition, The Daily Herald Suburban Business hosts a series of seminars, conferences and awards programs.

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