Cathy Minnerly Named Boston Business Journal 2015 Women of Influence Nominee

Cathy MinnerlyWe are delighted to announce that our Executive Vice President and Principal, Cathy Minnerly, has been chosen as one of Boston Business Journal’s 2015 WomenUp. This year’s group of nearly two-dozen women executives was nominated based on the impact they have made in their company, their industry and their community.

As always, this year’s Women of Influence group is nothing short of impressive. Cathy was nominated among several other successful Boston women leaders including Massachusetts State Senator Karen Spilka, Boston Red Sox Vice President and Club Counsel Elaine Weddington Steward, and COO of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Dorothy Puhy.

Cathy and the other Women of Influence will be honored at two upcoming events. The first is a private dinner exclusive to the Women of Influence honorees, and on December 8, the BBJ’s WomenUp/Women of Influence Award ceremony will take place. This event is where the business community will join in celebration of all nominees, and we cannot wait to support Cathy and represent NAI Hunneman.

In addition to her fantastic work at NAI Hunneman, Cathy is extremely active in the community. She is on the Greater Boston Real Estate Board, and a strong supporter of the Norris Cotton Cancer Center through the Prouty Ride for Cancer, The Child Fund, and The May Institute. Through her service, dedication and determination to NAI Hunneman and her community, Cathy Minnerly is truly a Women of Influence.

Here’s a deeper look at some of Cathy’s accomplishments and deals from 2015:

Join us in congratulating Cathy!

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