Letter from Our Chairs

Thanks for Your Support

Dear Supporters:

Join Founding Partner Orlando Health and ONYX Magazine as we present the seventh annual ONYX Magazine’s Women on the Move. During this prestigious event, we will recognize women from across Florida who exemplify leadership, achievement, integrity, and vision as they transform Black communities and excel in their professions. This exciting luncheon ceremony will be held on Friday, March 18, 2022, at the beautiful Alfond Inn in Winter Park. We are seeking your support.

ONYX Magazine, the premier publication that celebrates Black achievement throughout Florida, acknowledges community leaders who are CEOs, market presidents, community activists, state department leads, and firsts in their field. Guests have called Women on the Move the preeminent women’s awards ceremony in Central Florida, and captains of industry laud it for hosting Florida’s most influential leaders in one room. The pandemic forced us to hold this celebration virtually in 2021. It was a stellar celebration and our supporters applauded our success. But now, we are ready again to gather face-to-face for an outstanding presentation of dynamic women.

On behalf of the ONYX Magazine’s Women on the Move committee, we ask that you consider becoming a sponsor. Please feel free to contact 407-451-2891 for additional information. Thank you in advance for your support.


Dee Parker
2022 Chair

 
 

Nancy Port Schwalb
2022 Co-Chair

 

Phenomenal


Women on the Move celebrates trailblazers who have served to make a difference in their communities. These powerful women have shattered glass ceilings, achieved their full potential and paved the way for others in their chosen professions.


Resilient


Our Women on the Move Honorees embody the spirit and resilience of their predecessors–women like Vice President Kamala Harris, Cicely Tyson, Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune, Oprah Winfrey, Former First Lady Michelle Obama and others.


Diverse


ONYX Magazine, the premier publication that celebrates Black achievement throughout Florida, recognizes the accomplishments and contributions of African Americans and those of the African diaspora.