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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
February 25, 2011

CONTACT: Peter Van Delft
(617) 704-6682


SHERIFF ANDREA J. CABRAL NAMED TO LIST OF 50 MOST POWERFUL WOMEN IN BOSTON

Sheriff Andrea J. Cabral was recently named one of Boston Magazine’s 50 Most Powerful Women in Boston.


Suffolk County Sheriff Andrea J. Cabral was recently named among the top 50 Most Powerful Women in Boston by Boston Magazine.

Listed in the February 2011 edition of Boston Magazine, Sheriff Cabral shares the honor with local luminaries from a wide spectrum that includes politics, social justice, media, real estate, business and finance, science, sports, the arts, labor, education, philanthropy, culinary arts, and more.

A small sampling of those ranked as contemporaries of Sheriff Cabral are: Drew Gilpin Faust, President, Harvard University; Abigail Johnson, Vice Chairman/Director and Former President of Fidelity Personal, Workplace and Institutional Services; Victoria Reggie Kennedy, Former Partner, Keck, Mahin & Cate; Diane Paulus, Artistic Director American Repertory Theater; Catherine D’Amato, President/CEO, Greater Boston Food Bank; Meg Vaillancourt, Senior Vice President Of Corporate Affairs, Boston Red Sox, Executive Director, Red Sox Foundation; Therese Murray, Chairman, Global Corporate Practice and President, Massachusetts Senate; Carol Meyrowitz, President/CEO, TJX Companies; Barbara Lynch, Chef & Restauranteur; Barbara Lee, Philanthropist and Founder Barbara Lee Family Foundation; Joan Vennochi, Columnist, Boston Globe; Mary Bonauto, Director, Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders; Carol Johnson, Superintendent Boston Public Schools; Tracy Campion, Founder Campion And Company, along with 35 other honorees.

To see the rest of the list or read more about the 50 Most Powerful Women, visit: http://www.bostonmagazine.com/articles/the_50_most_powerful_women_in_boston.


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