The Twelve Hotel & Steed Media hosted a special event honoring the Top 25 Woman in Atlanta, where singer/reality star Kandi Burruss was honored as the Renaissance Women of the Year. Other Honorees included, Lori Billingsley, Director of Community and Multicultural Communications for Coca-Cola North America, Melissa Brown, Manager of Multicultural Marketing for The Home Depot, Elle Duncan, On-Air Personality for V-103 FM, “The Ryan Cameron Show“, Amy Eslami, Multicultural Marketing Manager for BACARDI , Richelle Carey, Anchor, CNN and HLN, Shanti Das  CEO and Founder, Press Reset Entertainment, Marietta Davis General Manager of Enterprise Group, Microsoft (Greater SE Region), Tisha DeShields Owner/Founder, Original Belly Works, Elle Duncan On-Air Personality, V-103 FM, “The Ryan Cameron Show”, Kimberly Edmunds SVP, Customer Experience, Cox Communications, Lynn Jarrett-Gude  EVP, Gude Management Group, Andra Hall Owner, CamiCakes, Sunni Hickman VP of Marketing & Media, Creaxion, Caree Jackson ORISE Research Fellow, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Tracey Jennings VP, Global Director, Liquid Soul Media, Miranda Mack McKenzie, Area Development Director, UNCF, Annette D. Jackson Executive Director, The Ken Ford Foundation, Maggie Ocasio, VP, Retail Sales and Marketing, Bronner Bros. Inc., Marcia Paige Client Services, Moroch Partners, Tammie Reed, Content Chief, TalkingwithTami.com, JaKathryn Ross  Executive Director, Youth Entrepreneurs, Georgia-Pacific Corporation, Crystal Celestine Shepherd President, Brown Mackie College, Goldie Taylor President, Goldie Taylor OmniMedia LLc, Sheila Tenney Director of Media Relations, Atlanta Metropolitan College, Lisa Williams  Executive Director, Living Water for Girls, Sophia White  CEO, Kenazj, Inc./GM, Steve Harvey World Group

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“We admire the Top 25 Women of Atlanta honorees for making history with their unparalleled achievements. We are grateful to them for all they do and give. Their level of service is why we have labeled them titans in the industry and community. Their leadership allows others to follow the well- blazed trail they have marked,” said Munson Steed, CEO, Steed Media Group.

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  1. Lori Billingsley, VP, Community Relations, Coca-Cola Refreshments
  2. Melissa Brown, Manager, Multicultural Marketing, The Home Depot
  3. Kandi Burruss, CEO, Kandi Koated Entertainment/Cast Member, “Real Housewives of Atlanta”* (Renaissance Woman)
  4. Richelle Carey, Anchor, CNN and HLN
  5. Shanti Das, CEO and Founder, Press Reset Entertainment
  6. Marietta Davis, General Manager of Enterprise Group, Microsoft (Greater SE Region)
  7. Tisha DeShields, Owner/Founder, Original Belly Works
  8. Elle Duncan, On-Air Personality, V-103 FM, “The Ryan Cameron Show”
  9. Kimberly Edmunds, SVP, Customer Experience, Cox Communications
  10. Amy Eslami, Multicultural Marketing Manager, BACARDI U.S.A., Inc.
  11. Lynn Jarrett-Gude, EVP, Gude Management Group
  12. Andra Hall, Owner, CamiCakes
  13. Sunni Hickman, VP of Marketing & Media, Creaxion
  14. Caree Jackson, ORISE Research Fellow, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  15. Tracey Jennings, VP, Global Director, Liquid Soul Media
  16. Miranda Mack McKenzie, Area Development Director, UNCF
  17. Annette D. Jackson, Executive Director, The Ken Ford Foundation
  18. Maggie Ocasio, VP, Retail Sales and Marketing, Bronner Bros. Inc.
  19. Marcia Paige, Client Services, Moroch Partners
  20. Tammie Reed, Content Chief, TalkingwithTami.com
  21. JaKathryn Ross, Executive Director, Youth Entrepreneurs, Georgia-Pacific Corporation
  22. Crystal Celestine Shepherd, President, Brown Mackie College
  23. Goldie Taylor, President, Goldie Taylor OmniMedia LLC
  24. Sheila Tenney, Director of Media Relations, Atlanta Metropolitan College
  25. Sophia White, CEO, Kenazj, Inc./GM, Steve Harvey World Group
  26. Lisa Williams, Executive Director, Living Water for Girls

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