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NWA Business Women Recognize LaPerre, Lowry (Movers & Shakers)

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Jennifer LaPerre has been recognized by the Northwest Arkansas Business Women’s Conference as Woman of the Year, and Meredith Lowry was selected as Young Woman of the Year.

LaPerre is vice president of partner solutions for Mercy Virtual and has more than 26 years of experience in health care and retail.

Lowry is a patent attorney at Wright Lindsey & Jennings’ Rogers office and in 2015 drafted legislation to protect the likeness of Arkansas residents from commercialization.

Tomiko Townley has been promoted to director of advocacy for the Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance in Little Rock, a new position facilitated by a grant from MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger.

Townley previously worked as SNAP outreach manager for the alliance.

Lindsey Simmons has been promoted to planned giving director at Arkansas Community Foundation in Little Rock, which she joined in 2015 as donor stewardship director.

Before her work at the foundation, Simmons worked for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Arkansas in a communications and development role.

See more of this week’s Movers & Shakers, and submit your own announcement at ArkansasBusiness.com/Movers.

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