The Freelance Exchange of Kansas City and freelance leader and advocate, Julie Cortés, honored with national awards
The Freelance Exchange of Kansas City and organization founder and freelance advocate, Julie Cortés, were both honored with national awards at the 14th Annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business, according to Cami Travis-Groves, organization president. The Stevie Awards were presented in New York City on Friday evening, November 17, 2017, at the New York Marriott Marquis Hotel Ballroom with more than 500 women business owners and leaders in attendance from all over the world.
The Freelance Exchange of Kansas City received a national 2017 Bronze Stevie Award for Organization of the Year in the Non-Profit Organization (10 or Less Employees) category. Criteria for award selection included outstanding leadership, unique professional activities, innovative programming, and a high value to the membership.
Julie Cortés, founder of The Freelance Exchange and noted area copywriter, was honored with a national 2017 Bronze Stevie Award for Female Innovator of the Year in the Non-Profit Organization (10 or Less Employees) category. Criteria for award selection included passion for social change, desire to bring together community, hard work, excellent planning and management, as well as serving as a positive force for the economy.
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