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Greater Vancouver Chamber announces finalists for Iris Award

By Nika Bartoo-Smith, Columbian staff reporter
Published: February 24, 2023, 5:47am

The Greater Vancouver Chamber announced finalists for the 2023 Iris Award — an award created in 1985, honoring women from Southwest Washington who are making a community impact through leadership, philanthropy and public service, according to a press release.

This year’s finalists are: Amy Davis, senior vice president of business banking, Columbia Bank; Amy Reeves, vice president Southwest Washington area manager, OnPoint Community Credit Union; Colleen O’Neal, co-board president, Battle Ground Education Foundation; Debbie Ham, executive director, Support for Early Learning & Families; Holly Williams, commissioner, Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission; Jan Van Dyke, commissioner, Clark Public Utilities; Dr. Karin Edwards, president, Clark College; Linda Reid, senior vice president relationship banking officer, Heritage Bank; Lisa Dow, executive vice president and chief risk officer, Columbia Bank; and Monica Tellez-Fowler, deputy chief executive officer, C-TRAN.

The three recipients of the 2023 Iris Award, presented by LSW Architects, will be revealed during a virtual ceremony on March 8 at noon.

Information about how to attend the March 8 ceremony can be found at vancouverusa.com/2023/02/22/gvc-announces-the-2023-iris-awards-finalists/.

Columbian staff reporter