Comerica Women's Business Awards February 2020 Winners
The Comerica Bank Woman of Promise is Jessica Salinas, co-founder of Stat Zero, a social impact fund with a mission to achieve zero-pollution, zero-disease, and zero-poverty. Jessica graduated from Stanford Univserity as a first-generation college student and then went on to obtain her Master of Science in Social Entrepreneurship. Through her work with Stat zero, Jessica was recently invited by the United Nations to join a team to teach social impact in China.
The Comerica Bank Woman of Diversity is Janelle Metzger, co-founder and CEO of Aneuvia, the first activist investment firm focused on increasing diversity on corporate boards and management teams. Presently, Janelle focuses on providing investors with the financial returns and the opportunity to positively impact women and girls.
The Comerica Bank Woman of Philanthropy is Danielle Garcia, co-founder of non-profit, Ballers Philanthropy. Danielle began this non-profit with a mission to bridge the gap between professional athletes and the community. While leading ballers philanthropy, Danielle also works for the Anaheim Ducks and is a member of the group, women’s in sports and events, where she loves empowering women in the sports industry.
The Comerica Bank Woman of Business is Sandy Lohr, CEO of Matchcraft, a digital marketing technology and service company. Since joining Matchcraft in 2015, Sandy has led the company to nearly doubling their revenues and now serves clients in 44 countries delivering ad campaigns in over 20 languages.
The Comerica Bank Woman of Entrepreneurship is Amy Cook, co-founder and owner of CSL Group, Inc. A bulk shipping and transhipment company. Amy was born and raised in Hong Kong and moved to the U.S. alone at age 25. The determination that it took to start this business on her own in a country she didn’t really understand yet, is a testament to her entrepreneurial spirit.
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