Woman of the Year nominees

Adrienn Massaglia (Submitted photo)
Adrienn Massaglia (Submitted photo)

Tammy Browning

Tammy Browning is co-owner and executive broker of the largest real estate brokerage in Hot Springs, Trademark Real Estate, overseeing and leading 53 agents. On the state level, through her involvement with the Arkansas Governor's Mansion through the past three administrations, she is actively involved in the preservation and beautification of the landmark.

Dr. Jessica Cannon

Dr. Jessica Cannon, owner of Hot Springs Pediatric Clinic, dedicates countless hours to a number of community service organizations. For example, she has been involved with Junior Auxiliary of Hot Springs since 2018 and has served as fundraising co-chair, vice president, and president.

Janice Davis

Janice Davis, president/founder of The Giving Team Inc., is a member of the selection committee for Garland County Habitat for Humanity, a member of the Hot Springs Planning Commission and vice president of the board of directors for Ouachita Behavioral Health and Wellness.

Esther Dixon

Esther Dixon, District 3 Justice of the Peace, is founder of Diamonds in the Rough of Hot Springs, Transitional Ministries, first vice president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Unit No. 6013, and executive director of Difference Makers of Hot Springs.

Christina Dunn

Christina Dunn is the administrator/manager of the Hot Springs location for Superior Senior Care. She has been an Ambassador of the Greater Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce since January 2021, and currently serves as co-captain of the Ambassadors 2024.

Carolyn Ellison

Cora Jones

Cora J. Jones, founder and CEO of Cora Jones Tax Service, has a degree in Accounting, Business Administration, Marketing and is a veteran of the U.S. Navy. She serves on the Women's Chamber of Commerce board; Charitable Christian Ministries Clinic board; and American Legion executive board, among others.

Diane LaFollette

Diane LaFollette became the CEO of Mid-America Science Museum in 2013 and led the organization through a $7.8 million renovation, which culminated in 2015 as the only major renovation of the museum since its inception in 1979. Her community involvement includes serving on The Greater Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce board and executive committee and CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs board.

Adrienn Massaglia

Adrienn Massaglia is the director of sales at Oaklawn Racing Casino Resort. She actively engages in philanthropic activities, supporting various charitable organizations and initiatives. She was recently offered to lead the Arkansas Hospitality Association's local Hot Springs Chapter as president.

Rachel Mundy

Rachel Mundy is a Realtor with Trademark Real Estate. Fourteen years ago she created and continues to direct The Adam Brown Shamrock Run to honor her friend, Navy Chief Special Warfare Operator (SEAL), Adam Brown, who was killed in action on March 17, 2010, during combat operations in Afghanistan.

Christi Nation

Christi Nation combines her love of teaching and the advancement of her hometown Hot Springs as the lead career coach for National Park College stationed at Cutter Morning Star. She bridges the gap between Hot Springs business and industry employment needs and opportunities for high school students through her Facilitating Career Development certification.

Sarah Richardson

Sarah Richardson is the executive director of the Literacy Council of the Ouachitas. Richardson was recently extended an invitation to join the chamber board and has also joined the advisory committee for Arkansas Children's Hospital's Home Visiting programs in her region.

Susan Smith

Susan Smith, chief operating officer of Ouachita Behavioral Health and Wellness, is the membership chair of the Oaklawn Rotary Club, a member of the Arkansas Mental Health Council and the Hot Springs Women's Leadership Alliance, and a graduate of Hot Springs Leadership Class XXXV.

Yvonne Dooley Smith

Yvonne Dooley Smith is chief operating officer at Harmony Park Family Medicine. She is a trustee at Visitors Chapel, grant coordinator and food pantry project director. She is executive director of Speak Life Foundation, a nonprofit organization.

Ashley Thompson

Ashley Thompson, executive director of Ouachita Children, Youth, and Family Services, is the founder and board member of Hot Springs Women's Leadership Alliance, which hosts monthly luncheons for a large, diverse, and growing guest list of women making a difference in Spa City.

Mary Zunick

Mary Zunick is the cultural affairs manager for Visit Hot Springs. Her responsibilities include working with the Hot Springs arts community and the array of art and cultural activities, businesses, and organizations in Hot Springs. She also serves as the executive director of the Hot Springs Sister City program and Hot Springs Area Cultural Alliance.

photo Esther Dixon (Submitted photo)
photo Diane LaFollette (Submitted photo)
photo Sarah Richardson (Submitted photo)
photo Susan Smith (Submitted photo)
photo Yvonne Dooley Smith (Submitted photo)
photo Rachel Mundy (Submitted photo)
photo Tammy Browning (Submitted photo)
photo Christina Dunn (Submitted photo)
photo Christi Nation (Submitted photo)
photo Dr. Jessica Cannon (Submitted photo)
photo Ashley Thompson (Submitted photo)
photo Cora Jones (Submitted photo)
photo Janice Davis (Submitted photo)
photo Mary Zunick (Submitted photo)

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