Business and Professional Women / St. Petersburg-Pinellas Announces New Local Organization Officers

L to R, Mary Giddens, Past BPW/FL President;Tami Simms, President; Janine Duffy, 2nd VP; Jennifer Lindley, Secretary; Catherine Wolfe, Treasurer; Amanda Cummins, 1st VP; Audrey Wood, President-Elect;

St. Petersburg, FL – [6/2/23] – Business and Professional Women of St. Petersburg-Pinellas (BPW St. Petersburg-Pinellas) is thrilled to announce the election of its new officers for the upcoming year. The newly elected team brings together a diverse group of talented and dedicated professionals who will lead the organization towards its mission of empowering all women and achieving gender equity in the workplace through advocacy, education and information.
The new officers of BPW St. Petersburg-Pinellas are as follows:
Tami Simms – President: Tami is a REALTOR® with The Simms Team at Coastal Properties, the exclusive Christie’s International Real Estate affiliate in the Tampa Bay area. She’s also the Lead Trainer for the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing.
Audrey Wood – President-Elect: Audrey is the Executive Director at the Foundation for Indigent Guardianship.
Amanda Cummins – 1st Vice President: A US Marine Corps Veteran, Amanda is a local attorney.
Janine Duffy – 2nd Vice President: Janine is a Human Resources Business Partner for KR Management.
Catherine Wolfe – Treasurer: Catherine is an accountant who owns Wolfe Accounting Solutions.
Jennifer Lindley – Secretary: Jennifer is a Relationship Manager at Gold Star Mortgage
The new officers of BPW St. Petersburg-Pinellas are eager to collaborate and work together to advance the organization’s mission. They will leverage their collective expertise and passion to empower women, advocate for gender equality, and foster a supportive community for professional women in the Tampa Bay area.
For more information about BPW St. Petersburg-Pinellas and its initiatives, please visit or contact Tami Simms at [email protected].
About BPW St. Petersburg-Pinellas:
Founded as a non-partisan, grassroots organization, BPW was formed in 1919 with all but three states sending delegates to the first convention, including BPW/Florida. As the first organization to focus on issues of working women, BPW is historically a leader in activism, policy influence and advocacy for millions of working women and has been a successful leader in promoting and supporting legislation affecting working women ever since. In addition, BPW educates its members on policy issues and provides them the tools to become effectively involved in policy development in their own workplaces and in efforts at the local, state and federal levels. A number of special events are held throughout the year to raise funds for scholarships, microgrants and other causes relevant to working women.

Originally posted 2023-06-03 22:40:46.