By Clyde Hughes | AC JosepH Media
WESTAMPTON — Willingboro councilwoman and nonprofit leader Dr. Tiffani Worthy and Inspira Health executive Robin Walton will honored by the Garden State Council Boy Scouts of American at its Women of Achievement program on Thursday, Oct. 20.
Every year, the Garden State Council honors one woman from each of the six counties it serves whose life and works exemplify the ideals of the Scout Oath and Law.
Worthy, the former mayor of Willingboro, is the founder and board chair of the nonprofit the All Things Are Possible Foundation. A graduate of prestigious West Point Academy and U.S. Army veteran, Worthy is an educator and First Lady at The Boro Church in Willingboro Township.
Walton is the highest ranking African American at Inpsira Health as senior vice president of government and external affairs. In March, she came the board chair of the Rowan College at Burlington County boards of trustees, only the second Black to hold the position.
Worthy, Walton and the other winners will be recognized at the 11th Annual Women of Achievement Awards Reception and Dinner at Auletto Caterers. The Wine Cellar Reception will start at 5:30 p.m. with the dinner and program beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Worthy presents Burlington County while Walton represents Gloucester County. Other winners include Betty Maul, president of FrontEnd Graphics, Camden County; Denise Beckson, vice president of human resources and government relations at The Morey Organization, Cape May County; Christy DiLeonardo, Division director, Business Services and Workforce Development, Cumberland County Center for Workforce and Economic Development, Cumberland County; Elaine Dunner, Director of Business Development and Marketing, Pennsville National Bank, Salem County; and Kristine Pepe, Cub Scout Leader, Osprey District.
For more information, go to: https://www.gardenstatescouting.org/women-of-achievement/
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