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Compliance4's CEO named in the Top 50 Women CEOs for 2022

We are pleased to announce that our Chief Executive Officer, Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino, 53, has been named a Top 50 Women CEO of 2022. Guarino has served as the firm's CEO for five years. Guarino is also the Founder of Best Ever You and the bestselling author of The Change Guidebook.

Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino, Top 50 Women CEO of 2022

Women We Admire is pleased to announce the Top 50 Women CEOs of 2022. With women leading just 4.8% of the world’s largest businesses on the Global 500, it is more important than ever to highlight the career achievements of women who fill the role of CEO. This year’s awardees are committed to making profound changes within their organizations. They are equally driven by both a sense of purpose and achieving business results. They integrate courage, agility, risk-taking, resilience, and managing ambiguity, all contributing to their personal and professional success today.

Among this year’s awardees is Corie Barry, CEO of Best Buy, who took on the role in 2019 and is admired by her team for her combination of technical skills, great human leadership capabilities, and humanity. Awardee Lisa Su, President and CEO of AMD, is the first woman to run a Fortune 500 semiconductor company and is credited with expanding the market for the company's chips beyond PCs to game consoles and embedded devices. Also awarded is Gina Drosos, Chief Executive Officer of Signet Jewelers, who is at the forefront of innovating mass market e-commerce retail, while globalizing and reinventing product categories, increasing sales and profits of brands recognized worldwide.

This year’s awardees are leading change within the business world. Please join us in celebrating the accomplishments of the Top 50 Women CEOs of 2022.

Mary T. Barra (General Motors), Corie Barry (Best Buy), Susan Wojcicki (Youtube), Akiko Tanaka (Canon), Lisa Su (AMD), Gina Drosos (Signet Jewelers), Holly Zheng (BlueFocus), Jean Freeman(Zambezi), Carolyn Rachel-Price (Essential Pharmacy Services of CVS), Shannon Buerk (engage2learn), Sapna Khandwala (Stillwater Sciences), Vita Lanoce (Linical Accelovance Group), Amanda LaGrange (Tech Dump and Tech Discounts), Sandra Miller (Runway Innovation Hub), Susan Davis (Donsuemor), Melony Samuels (The Campaign Against Hunger), Missy Lavender (Renalis Health), Honor Belew (Nashville Execs), Diana Daniels (TinkerLink), Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino (Compliance4, The Best Ever You Network), Francine Steadman (BuddhaBooth, Portable Meditation), Nicole Sharp (Griffin Consulting), Rajia Ackley (Coldwell Banker Ackley Realty), Michelle Mongeon Allen (JLG Architects), and many others.


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