Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 30, 2014 — Savoy Magazine announced their 2014 Top Influential Women in Corporate America listing in their most recent Fall issue available at newsstands nationwide. The full list can be viewed online. The Savoy Top Influential Women in Corporate America feature is the definitive listing of African American Women achievers impacting corporate America. With expertise in a range of industries, the Savoy Top Influential Women in Corporate America embody talent, leadership and grace while executing critical roles for some of the largest Corporations in the world.
“The Savoy 2014 Top Influential Women in Corporate America issue is one of the most comprehensive and accomplished lists of African American Women executives,” said L.P. Green, II publisher of Savoy Magazine. “The success and achievement of African American Women executives across industries isn’t covered enough by the media. Savoy is proud to celebrate the excellence and success of African American Women executives, leading global corporations impacting our communities and the world.”
Savoy’s fall issue features a cover story on Kerry Washington, Forging Her Own Path to Hollywood. This issue spotlights African American Women influencing our community and culture. Including an exclusive interview with Rachel Robinson celebrating 42 years of scholarship awards and the continued success of the Jackie Robinson Foundation. Savoy also examines Women at the top including; Ursula Burns, CEO of Xerox Corporation, Janelle Monae, Sevyn Streeter, Mo’ne Davis, Serena Williams and profiles of the Top Influential Women in Corporate America.
Selection of the Top Influential Women in Corporate America begins by examining the landscape of spheres of influence impacting Savoy’s readership including: corporate sector influence, scholastic achievement, career growth, community outreach and recognition. The information received from over 500 prospective candidates in diverse fields was pre-screened by the selection committee. The selection committee includes the Savoy editorial board and community leaders with representatives from the academic and business arenas. The committee reviewed information on executives in human resources, information, real estate, finance, investment banking, diversity, foundations, procurement, business development, marketing, sales, health care, manufacturing and legal. After reviewing all of the profiles, the field of candidates was narrowed to the 2014 Top Influential Women listing based upon their exemplary record of accomplishments and influence while working to better their community and inspire others.
For more information regarding the Savoy Top Influential Women in Corporate America visit SavoyNetwork.com to view the 2014 Top Influential Women in Corporate America full listing.