ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE AWARDS DR. ROSHAWNNA NOVELLUS

Dr. Roshawnna Novellus received one of the most notable awards for women business owners in metro Atlanta, the Women Who Mean Business Award, given by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. Dr. Novellus accepted this prestigious honor in front of more than 400 ceremony attendees on October 20, 2016 at the Cobb Galleria Centre. 

 Dr. Novellus Pictured with Lifetime Award Winner:  Ingrid Saunders Jones, Leader and Advocate for Women and Chair of the National Council of Negro Women

Dr. Novellus Pictured with Lifetime Award Winner: Ingrid Saunders Jones, Leader and Advocate for Women and Chair of the National Council of Negro Women

Novellus was honored for her dedication to advancing the issues of financial mindfulness, and advancing the connection between financial education and under represented groups. She was recognized for her notable work with the Atlanta City Council leading new paths of business for women and her noteworthy financial clients such as Hosea Feed The Hungry. 

The Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Women Who Mean Business Awards recognizes only 20 women leading, inspiring, and shaping Atlanta’s business marketplace. These women have made significant strides in their careers, are making a difference in their communities, blazing a trail for others and leaving an indelible mark on the Atlanta business community. The annual event brings out over 400 attendees including Atlanta's foremost women business leaders and their peer executives. The Atlanta Business Chronicle's is where business decision makers turn to for the latest breaking news, trends in the market, employment opportunities and business of sales leads.