Music Director and Radio Personality Cortney Hicks to MC the Inaugural Career Mastered Awards
The Career Mastered Awards Announced today that veteran radio personality Cortney Hicks will be the Mistress of Ceremonies for the Inaugural Women's History Month Career Mastered Leadership in Action Awards Ceremony at the Charlotte City Club on March 1, 2016.
CHARLOTTE, N.C., Feb. 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Career Mastered Awards Announced today that veteran radio personality Cortney Hicks will be the Mistress of Ceremonies for the Inaugural Women's History Month Career Mastered Leadership in Action Awards Ceremony at the Charlotte City Club on March 1, 2016.
Hicks is a popular radio personality who is currently the Music Director and Afternoon host for 101.9FM along with Entertainment Contributor for Fox 46 in Charlotte, NC.
Cortney is widely popular and is a favorite of fans. Her career continues to expand which now includes TV appearances, live vocal performances, along with commercial print modeling and acting. She made guests appearances in the off Broadway production of the Color Purple and The Dr. Oz Show and a principle role on the Discovery Channel series, "Who the Bleep Did I Marry." Cortney was a regular Pop Culture contributor for TV Fox 5, DC50, and WUSA9, while in DC. She is the recipient of the 2012 CVS Mirror Mirror Award, A FLOTUS press corps member for the "Get Moving Campaign" DC School Tour and served as the Spokesperson for the YWCA National Capitol Area.
Cortney Hicks Announced as MC for the 2016 Women's History Month
About The Career Mastered Awards:
The Career Mastered Awards is the leading Women's History Month Award in North Carolina honoring today's women leaders who are Game Changers who take charge of their careers and their futures. The Award honors amazing women who have made a compelling mark on business and are exceptionally strong role models of what a woman can do. Established and presented in 2015 by Linwick & Associates, LLC., the Career Mastered Awards celebrates and acknowledges the victories, challenges, and stories of the women who have helped to make our country what it is today. The Awards Ceremony is not just an event for women. The event celebrates the joint effort of women and men collaboratively working together to improve the communities in which we live. Proceeds from this program is donated to Excel Village non-profit organization whose mission is to work with youth to create winning futures through career planning. Held in both Charlotte North Carolina and Detroit, Michigan, 2016 Sponsors and Partners include: Fifth Third Bank, Charlotte Observer, South Park Magazine, Lake Norman Magazine, Uptown Professional Magazine, dbusiness, Stopit Pro for the Workplace, Woodhouse Day Spa, and Clark Hill PLC, Wayne State University, Detroit Historical Society, Michigan Women's Historical Center and Hall of Fame.
About Linwick & Associates, LLC
Linwick& Associates, LLC is a global human resources consultant firm with offices in Metropolitan Detroit and Charlotte, NC. The mission of the company is to create organizational value through people. It's Founder, Dr. Lisa J. Wicker is internationally recognized as a leader in human resources management with more than 30 years' experience in organizational dynamics and change management across Fortune 500 Companies and Industries.
She has been recognized by the Detroit News a Ace Recruiter and one of the most successful women in Detroit. Corp Magazine recognized her as top Diversity Leader in Michigan, Black Enterprise recognized her as a leading Diversity Champion in America, The Michigan Chronicle dubbed her a Trailblazer and Uptown Professional Magazine named her one of America's top executives.
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