By Sarah Kuper
Several Over the Mountain women are being honored by the Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama as Women of Distinction.
The award recognizes women who have given significant contributions in their professions and in their communities.
The honorees are:
Alice Womack is a client adviser with Oakworth Capital Bank in Mountain Brook. Womack has worked in the banking industry for more
than 20 years and is civically active in Mountain Brook. She serves on the City Council and is president of the Mountain Brook City Schools Foundation. She is a past president and current board member of the Mountain Brook Chamber of Commerce. She is involved with the Junior League of Birmingham and is on the board of trustees for Canterbury United Methodist Church.
Dr. Donna Slovensky of Vestavia Hills is the senior associate dean for academic and faculty affairs at the University of Alabama’s School of Health Professionals. She is honored for her work in healthy living as she leads the university in educating the next generation of health professionals.
Kim Greene of Mountain Brook is honored for her work in STEM advancement. She is the executive vice president and chief operating officer of Southern Company. Greene received her master’s in biomedical engineering from UAB and her master’s in business administration from Samford University. She has served in several executive positions with Southern Company and other area engineering corporations.
Other honorees are:
Neeysa Biddle, president of St. Vincent’s Health Systems; Nancy Goedecke, chairman and CEO at Mayer Electric; Anne Moman, civic leader in West Alabama; LaJuana Bradford, senior vice president of corporate social responsibility at Regions Bank; Kelly Carlton, executive vice president of United Way of Central Alabama; Briana Kinsey, president and founder of Daring to Defeat Diabetes Inc.; Ann Heard-Nesbitt, senior clinical dietitian at Cooper Green Mercy; Dr. Ura “Bunnie” LaMoreaux, president and founder of Bun Lam Enterprises; Justine Panian, president of Crimson Carnations; Maibeth Porter, shareholder at Maynard Cooper & Gale; Vickie Saxon, senior vice president of enterprise resources at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Alabama; Linda Sewell, vice president of external affairs at Energen.
The awards luncheon will be March 11 at the Harbert Center. To purchase tickets or sponsorships visit girlscoutsnca.org