Today, Amber was honored as a finalist at San Diego Business Journal's Women Who Mean Business awards ceremony. We are delighted that Amber has been selected as a finalist for the past three years!
In it's 23rd year, the Women Who Mean Business ceremony honors San Diego's most impactful women leaders. "Thank you for all you are doing to lead this community," noted Laura Farmer Sherman, President & CEO of Susan G. Komen in San Diego. "Stay open to change and taking risks and opportunities," added Irene Oberbauer, breast cancer survivor and President & CEO of San Diego Credit Union, who was honored today with the Lifetime Achievement award.
Earlier this year, Amber was also selected as a finalist for San Diego Magazine's 11th annual Woman of the Year award. It is her second year in a row receiving this honor. The Woman of the Year finalists represent dynamic community leaders who are creating positive change.