Human services well represented on women-led business list
The Providers’ Council congratulates five member executives who were recently named to the Globe Magazine and the Commonwealth Institute’s list of Top 100 Women-led Businesses in Massachusetts.
The list included for-profits and nonprofits, and all of the agencies affiliated with the Council were in the top 60, demonstrating the strength and leadership they bring to the Commonwealth’s human services sector and representative of the leadership at our more than 210 member organizations.
26. May Institute, Lauren Solotar, president & CEO
30. Ascentria Care Alliance, Angela Bovill, president & CEO
34. Toward Independent Living and Learning, Dafna Krouk-Gordon, founder & president
43. The Dimock Center, Myechia Minter-Jordan, president & CEO
59. Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries, Joanne Hilferty, president & CEO
The top 100 were determined through the Globe/TCI’s own formula, based on revenue or operating budget and other factors that included number of full-time employees in Mass.; organizational diversity, including management and staff; and innovative projects. It is the 15th year of the list from the Commonwealth Institute, a local nonprofit supporting female business leaders. The Globe Magazine has been involved for the last four years.