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The 2016 Power Women in Business honorees.

Mark your calendars for Thursday, May 18, and join us as the Star Network honors the top women in Queens business.

The Queens Power Women in Business Awards & Networking Event pays tribute to influential women in business whose major achievements and participation in the community have helped make a difference in the borough.

From 6 to 9 p.m., the best will be feted at Terrace on the Park, 52-11 111th St., in Flushing. This year’s “Mentor of the Year” is Matilda Cuomo, and the “Star of Stars” and emcee will be Cheryl Wills, author/anchor, NY1 News. Honorees include top women from various industries – banking, law, medicine, non-for-profit and more.

The evening begins with a VIP Hour for honorees, during which they get to network with each other. There is also a business expo, followed by dinner and an awards ceremony.

Raffles will be sold during the course of the event, with 100 percent of all proceeds going to charity.

Sponsors of the “Queens Power Women in Business” include Flushing Bank, Investors Bank, National Grid, Harlem Brewing Company, Manhattan Beer Distributors, The Queens Courier, QNS, Bethpage Best of the Boro, Godiva and the New York Daily News.

For more information or for sponsorship or exhibitor opportunities, call Toni Cimino at 718-224-5863, ext. 227 or email tcimino[at]starnetwork.com.

Are you a “Queens Power Woman in Business,” or do you know one? Go to http://starnetwork.com/nominate/ to nominate.

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