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2022 Woman of the Year

The ABWA Eight Flags Charter Chapter

2021 Woman of the Year

A long-standing tradition in ABWA is to recognize a member that has made a notable contribution to the success of their Chapter in the current Award Year. Lillie Marie Rogers certainly meets these criteria and much more. 


Lillie Marie Rogers

Lillie has been a nurturing and humble leader. She guided the chapter with heart and integrity. As the 2021-2022 Chapter President, she has exemplified ABWA values.

     She served as a member of the Mentoring Committee, and she facilitated professional and personal growth for both chapter members and the young women of the WOI Society at West Nassau High School.

    Lillie has listened to members' concerns and acted quickly to make improvements. She participated in all fundraising activities and was instrumental in securing many sponsorships and auction items for the WOI scholarship fundraising event. She was front and center, representing ABWA in the community. Lillie's energy, enthusiasm, and commitment to the chapter have inspired members and set the bar for professionalism.

     Rogers is a retired nurse and education turned entrepreneur. She is a Mary Kay independent beauty consultant. 

     In accepting the award, Rogers said, "I am honored to receive this award! However, this honor belongs to all the women in our chapter. I accomplished what I did with lots of help and support! Thank you!"


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