Five Stamford students chosen as “Women Leaders of Tomorrow”
The Stamford History Center will be honoring five high school seniors from Stamford chosen by their schools as “Our Women Leaders of Tomorrow” on April 18.
They will be honored along with Kathryn Emmett, corporation counsel of the City of Stamford, Fran Pastore, CEO of the Women’s Business Development Council, and State Representative Patricia Billie Miller, Assistant Majority Leader in the Connecticut House of Representatives.
The five new honorees are Grethe Andersen of King School, Shayna Druckman of Stamford High School, Donia Elmansy of Academy of Information Technology & Engineering, Lauren Klym of Westhill High School, and Anastasia Pavlov of Trinity Catholic High School.
“We are delighted that these five very deserving young women have been nominated by their schools for this honor. Looking over their achievements, it’s clear that Stamford’s history of nurturing women leaders continues,” said Dr. Thomas Zoubek, president and executive director of the center, in an emailed press release.
“Our gala this year will be an exceptional occasion for celebrating the role women have played, and will play, here in Stamford”, added Marshall Millsap, chair of the History Center.
The gala will be held at Waters Edge at Giovanni’s.
For more information on the event, to schedule an interview or request more information, please contact Lizzy Zawy at email@example.com or 203-716-6576.