Resident selected for 2009 Women of Influence award

News Nov 19, 2009 Ancaster News

Janice Locke, president and CEO of Storeimage Programs Inc., has been chosen as a winner of the 2009 Women of Influence Award.

The award defines a Women of Influence as an authentic leader, an inspiring role model, an extraordinary achiever, a catalyst for change, is engaged in life and is publicly recognized.

Winners have been chosen from nine regions across Canada.

Carolyn Lawrence, president of Women of Influence Inc., said the award winners are champions in their communities, families and corporations and their contributions deserve recognition and support.

Storeimage is a local company with roots going back 100 years. The company designs and manufactures retail interiors for some of North America’s largest retailers.

Storeimage has a long history of community involvement and was the recipient of the prestigious Outstanding Achievement Award for Volunteerism and the National Media Award for the Kidney Foundation of Canada.

Locke, an Ancaster resident, has been president for four years. She is active in the community through leadership in a number of organizations.

Resident selected for 2009 Women of Influence award

News Nov 19, 2009 Ancaster News

Janice Locke, president and CEO of Storeimage Programs Inc., has been chosen as a winner of the 2009 Women of Influence Award.

The award defines a Women of Influence as an authentic leader, an inspiring role model, an extraordinary achiever, a catalyst for change, is engaged in life and is publicly recognized.

Winners have been chosen from nine regions across Canada.

Carolyn Lawrence, president of Women of Influence Inc., said the award winners are champions in their communities, families and corporations and their contributions deserve recognition and support.

Storeimage is a local company with roots going back 100 years. The company designs and manufactures retail interiors for some of North America’s largest retailers.

Storeimage has a long history of community involvement and was the recipient of the prestigious Outstanding Achievement Award for Volunteerism and the National Media Award for the Kidney Foundation of Canada.

Locke, an Ancaster resident, has been president for four years. She is active in the community through leadership in a number of organizations.

Resident selected for 2009 Women of Influence award

News Nov 19, 2009 Ancaster News

Janice Locke, president and CEO of Storeimage Programs Inc., has been chosen as a winner of the 2009 Women of Influence Award.

The award defines a Women of Influence as an authentic leader, an inspiring role model, an extraordinary achiever, a catalyst for change, is engaged in life and is publicly recognized.

Winners have been chosen from nine regions across Canada.

Carolyn Lawrence, president of Women of Influence Inc., said the award winners are champions in their communities, families and corporations and their contributions deserve recognition and support.

Storeimage is a local company with roots going back 100 years. The company designs and manufactures retail interiors for some of North America’s largest retailers.

Storeimage has a long history of community involvement and was the recipient of the prestigious Outstanding Achievement Award for Volunteerism and the National Media Award for the Kidney Foundation of Canada.

Locke, an Ancaster resident, has been president for four years. She is active in the community through leadership in a number of organizations.