Business Press presents 2018 honorees
When: Wednesday, July 25
The Fort Worth Business Press honored the 2018 Mentors at an event on Wednesday, July 25 at WeWork in Clearfork. .
Receiving the 2018 Legacy Award was Tracy Ann Jackson of Higgenbotham. Jackson worked at Higginbotham & Associates of Fort Worth for 29 years before passing away from leukemia in April 2018. Colleagues of Jackson said they were drawn to her animated spirit, positive attitude and humble character. She excelled at building relationships, often taking peo0ple under her wing to help them succeed in their jobs. Tracy’s son, Cole Jackson, accepted the award on her behalf.
Other honorees were:
• Hayden Blackburn, Assistant Director, TechFW, and Director, Cowtown Angels
• Dugan, Retired, but with business cards that say “Business Connector”
• David Duman, Principal, Quorum Architects
• Tim Estes, Estes Financial Services Inc.
• Sandra Garcia, Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
• Serafin Garcia, Tarrant County College
• Eric Hahnfeld, AIA
• Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford
• Marie Antoinette “Doc” Holliday, Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry
• Businesses: Dr. Marie Holliday, Parfumerie Marie Antoinette, Flowers to Go in Sundance Square
• Larry D. Kemp, Kemp & Sons General Services Inc.
• Zareen Khan, Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty
• Erin McGhee, MSN, RN, Medical City North Hills
• Brian O’Neill, Principal, Pacheco Koch Fort Worth
• Gleniece A. Robinson, Ph.D., Director, Educational Strategies, City of Fort Worth
• Reginald R. Robinson, Black Resilient Innovators Developing Generations of Excellence (BRIDGE)
• Shahid Shafi, MD, MBA, CEO, Surgical Group of North Texas
• Nadia Suckarieh, Hope Center for Autism
• Debbie Turner, Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains
• Julie H. Wilson, Reasons Group Inc.
Gold sponsors were Kimbell Art Museum and Higginbotham Insurance. Silver Sponsor was Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford. Sustaining sponsor was Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse.