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10 nominees for Businesswoman of the Year

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - For the ninth year a row, First Hawaiian Bank and Guam Business Magazine is recognizing businesswomen who have made significant contributions to their industries and have demonstrated a strong commitment to the community. Today, the ten nominees for the Businesswoman of the Year Maga'haga Award were officially presented during a press conference at The Hyatt. The nominees are

- Attorney Cynthia Ecube
- Guam Rexall Drugs pharmacist Mildred Gabriel
- CEO of Galaide Group Monica Guzman
- Sunglasses Etc owner Eloisa Hudson
- Opus One owner Sandra Low
- Provido Tan Jones Architects' Liza Ann Provido
- Xerox Corporation general manager Pamela S. Quinata
- Saipan Music & Dance Studio owner Esther F. Sablan
- Executive vice president & general manager of Pacifica Insurance Underwriters Shirley Sablan
- Bigfish creative client services director Deanne S.N. Torre

The Maga'haga Award will be presented at the Businesswoman of the Year Gala on Saturday, April 26, 2014 at The Hyatt. Proceeds from the gala will fund scholarships at the University of Guam, Guam Community College and Northern Marianas College.

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