MBA student Beverly Salomon wins a Quebec businesswomen’s award

Two alumni also among the winners

December 7, 2022

Beverly Salomon, an MBA student at HEC Montréal, was named an “Influential leader – private enterprise,” at the 22nd edition of the Femmes d’affaires du Québec awards gala on November 10.

This came as the 2nd distinction in one month for the pharmacist owner. On November 17 she was voted one of Canada’s 100 Most Powerful Women by the Women’s Executive Network, in Toronto, in the Professionals category.

Her pharmacy has also been recognized for the quality of care it provides. In 2015, it received the Excell-Pro trophy, saluting the laboratory team that has shown the most initiative and performed the best in the Groupe Jean Coutu network of pharmacies. Professionally, socially and culturally involved, Ms. Salomon also sits on the Board of Directors of the Ordre des pharmaciens du Québec and the CHUM Foundation.

 

Other Femmes d’affaires du Québec award winners and finalists

Out of the 16 winners in this competition intended to recognize the excellence, drive and initiative of businesswomen from all across Quebec, 2 of the School’s alumni were also named “Impact entrepreneurs” in their respective categories:

  • Medium-size enterprise – Manon Goudreault (Master’s in Administration (MSc) 2001), President and Partner, dada agency
  • Enterprise with the most international success – Véronique Tougas (Bachelor’s in Business Administration (BBA) 2003), President, Groupe Cambli

Beverly Salomon

Beverly Salomon

In addition, 4 other HEC Montréal alumni were among the finalists:

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