Comerica Women's Business Awards January 2020 Winners
The Comerica Bank Woman of Business is Tamala Lewis, senior director of community affairs and the foundation of AEG’s Dignity Health Sports Park. Tamala, has been a true leader for 16 years at AEG, As she presides over community boards, created the annual women in entertainment luncheon and focuses on numerous youth community initiatives. Please welcome Tamala Lewis.
The Comerica Bank Woman of Entrepreneurship is Karine Aylozyan, CEO for Micro Quality Labs Inc. As a minority woman business owner, Karine leads with the knowledge from her 25 years of experience in microbiology and chemistry. Karine points her success to the fact that she is present in the daily operation of the laboratory by working side by side with all of her employees. Please welcome Karine Aylozyan!
The Comerica Bank Woman of Diversity is Arnice Lamb, manager of supplier diveristy at the Walt Disney Company. Arnice has been pioneering the way with innovative diversity programs at Disney for the last 30 years. Under her leadership, Disney has won countless awards. Arnice’s drive has led her to personally develop and mentor hundreds of diverse entrepreneurs, executives, and professionals.
The Comerica Bank Woman of Promise is Ryanne Plaisance, owner of Los Angeles City Kids Pre School and Elementary School. After overcoming paralysis from a disease called Transverse Myelitis, Ryanne’s goal has been to remove students from desks, and into the city of LA to learn from hands-on experiences. Ryanne is an influential leader, dedicated to creating an empowering enviroment.
The Comerica Bank Woman of Philanthropy is Clinese Davis, owner and CEO of Ultimate Progress Incorporated of El Segundo. For more than 30 years, Clinese has provided comprehensive services and made a difference in the lives of the developmentally-disabled population of southern California. She has become a successful business owner, and a fierce advocate and friend to all.
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