Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Women Influencing Business

"It's not often you find yourself surrounded by strong and empowered business people who also overwhelmingly make the business man feel like a minority," said Craig Lloyd, President of Glint Advertising. At a recent event held by "Women Influencing Business," a group of the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, our fearless leader was not only one of a handful of men in the room, but one of many influential business people. Included in the audience was mayoral candidate Betsy Price, Cynthia Sadler with Frost Bank (incoming Chair), Julie Hunter (outgoing Chair), and program speaker Col. Kim Olson, USAF (retired), among others.

This event was especially close to our hearts since "Grace After Fire," who's Executive Director is Kim Olson, is also a client of Glint. This event identified significant milestones that have been achieved by women, was inspirational and brought light to issues that women still face today. "It was a great event and helped reinforce that the work we provide for our non-profit partners makes significant impact," said Lloyd. This was confirmed by the emotional response after viewing the premier of the Grace After Fire video that Glint produced in addition to contributions made after the event.

To learn more about Grace After Fire, visit and discover how you can help our women veterans. Visit, or call 817-616-0320 to learn why our non-profit partners like us and the services we provide. Featured in the photo above, Marilyn Gilbert, Executive Vice President, Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce; Cynthia Sadler, Chair, Women Influencing Business and Craig Lloyd, President, Glint Advertising.

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