Ann Evanko ranks #48 on Business First's Power 125 Women
Ann E. Evanko, President & Managing Member of Hurwitz & Fine, P.C., has made Buffalo Business First's 2019 Power 125 Women in Western New York, ranking #48.
According to the newspaper, Business First editors and reporters used their opinions and observations to rank 125 of the area's most influential women. In the five years Business First has been compiling this list, they believe there are two dominating constants among these women: an aptitude to take risks and the fortitude to withstand all kinds of pressure. This group represents those whose talent and influence fuel economic, social and cultural growth.
A court-selected mediator and prominent employment lawyer, Evanko is chair of the Western New York Women’s Foundation and founder and past president of the Western New York chapter of the Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York. She was also the 2019 recipient of the Edwin F. Jaeckle Award, the highest award the University at Buffalo School of Law and the Law Alumni Association can bestow, and is a highly regarded women's advocate who continually seeks to improve the lives of women through numerous leadership roles in the community.
The complete list of 2019 Power 125 Women can be found here.