This event is unique in recognizing the considerable contribution made by women in various fields and sectors within the Brampton and Caledon communities.
This year we celebrated 20 nominees who through their own initiative, ability and effort have made an exemplary contribution to the community, their profession and/or their passion. Click to view the List of Nominees.
The 2012 Women of Achievement are: Marilyn Fields, director of Salvation Army’s Honeychurch Family Life Resource Centre, Carole Berry, a community advocate and founder of Malton Neighbourhood Services, Mary Nanavati, principal of Fletcher’s Meadow Secondary School (FMSS) and Stephanie Noronha, a young volunteer with the Ste. Louise Outreach Centre of Peel and Brampton Civic Hospital. Click to read more about these accomplished women in the Brampton Guardian article.