D.C.’s successful women prove that style and power can co-exist

Robin Koval, CEO and President of Truth Initiative, a New York Times best-selling author (twice)

Robin Koval, CEO and President of Truth Initiative, is a leader in the world of advertising and marketing and a New York Times best-selling author (twice). She is small, but mighty — so much knowledge, experience and purpose in one woman, you can’t help but be impressed and inspired.

Diane Butts, Creative director for the Voice of America, winner of four ACE Awards

Diane is one of those women that knows exactly what she wants and is not going to apologize for it. Her deep voice, charisma and life experience make her the best conversation partner; time is passing by so quickly and you can do that all day. As VOA’s creative director, she is responsible for branding oversight, marketing and promotion activities for the government-funded broadcaster’s television, radio, online and mobile products reaching global audiences. Busy, successful and a frequent traveler, she never neglects her style.

Frederique Irwin, founder and CEO of Her Corner

You just need to tell Frederique Irwin, founder and CEO of Her Corner, that you are a small business owner and you can see a true, genuine interest in you, waves of passion towards your success. Her Corner is a global community of women business owners committed to growth in their businesses.

Frederique’s fourth business grew out of a personal need for access to other motivated and ambitious women business owners 

Sonya Bernhardt, owner and publisher of The Georgetowner, president of Georgetown Business Association

She is so fun, smiling and laughing, but don’t let that fool you, Sonya Bernhardt just celebrated her 20th year as owner and publisher of The Georgetowner Newspaper, a Washington, D.C., and Georgetown institution, and she is serving her second term as president of the Georgetown Business Association with almost 20 years on the board. Her passion about small businesses, the community and women success is contagious.

The Honorable Christine Miller, past trial judge on the Court of Federal Claims

The Honorable Christine Miller, Georgetown residence, served for 30 years as a trial judge on the Court of Federal Claims, having been appointed by President Reagan. An arbitrator with the American Arbitration Association and a consultant gemologist for her own company Jewel Quest.

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