We always knew Dana was a winner, but now everyone knows it.
Recognized for both her business accomplishments and charitable work, CAWOOD Vice President Dana Turell accepted a prestigious 20 Under 40 Award at an inaugural event held at the Eugene Hilton last night.
With more than 250 guests in attendance, the awards were bestowed upon amazing up-and-coming business leaders in our community, who not only succeed professionally, but also contribute to the community through their philanthropy.
Dana leads our interactive initiative, which includes public websites, a development website and an internal CAWOOD “wiki.” In the community, Dana has helped increase donations for FOOD for Lane County and recently coordinated a multi-pronged partnership to increase awareness about breast health as part of “Go Pink in the Park” with the Eugene Emeralds and Oregon Imaging Centers. Dana is also an active member of her church and leads the First Place for Health program.
In addition, two CAWOOD clients were also awarded with 20 Under 40 Awards. Congratulations to Josh Kermisch of Oregon Imaging Centers and Dr. Michael Koester of the Slocum Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine.
A complete list of winners is available online at http://www.registerguard.com/web/business/ or in the December issue of blue chip, Lane County’s monthly business magazine published by The Register-Guard, which sponsored the event with along with title sponsor and CAWOOD client Mercedes-Benz of Eugene.We’re very proud of Dana and all her accomplishments. Way to go!