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WBOA Names Anita Eliason, Jennifer Roberge Women of the Year

EASTHAMPTON — The Women Business Owners Alliance of the Pioneer Valley Inc. (WBOA) will recognize Anita Eliason and Jennifer Roberge as co-recipients of the organization’s 2018 Business Woman of the Year award, given annually to a member who has contributed to WBOA in a significant way, is a role model, and inspires other women to be successful.

Eliason and Roberge are the owners of Zesta Style, providing personal styling, style coaching, alterations, and color consulting to help women “unlock confidence with style.” Both women have been WBOA members since 2012.

“We are so thrilled to honor Anita and Jen this year,” said WBOA President Gretchen Duhaime. “Their contributions to WBOA have been monumental. And their business partnership shows that, together, we can do so much more than when we try to go it alone.”

Eliason and Roberge will be honored at WBOA’s Women of the Year Celebration, which will be held Friday, June 8 at the Boylston Rooms in Easthampton. Check-in begins at 5:30 p.m., and tickets are available at wboa.org.

WBOA will also recognize Maxine Bernstein as its Outstanding New Member. Bernstein is a financial professional and host of the Safe Money Radio show. Community recognition awards will be given to Amy Woolf of Amy Woolf Color Consulting (Woman of Influence), Julia Mines of Julia Mines Coaching (Special Mentor), Jackie Griswold of Heartfelt Gifts (Spirit Award), and Susan Allen of Susan Allen Financial (Quiet Achiever).

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