Amanda Fajak named in list of Top 50 women leaders

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We are proud to announce that Amanda Fajak, Walking the Talk's President of North America, was recently included in Women We Admire's list of Top 50 Women Leaders of New York.

The awards recognise individuals for not only their professional achievements, but also their philanthropic and community efforts.

Speaking on her inclusion Amanda commentated:

"I am thrilled and humbled to be featured alongside such inspiring NYC women who are making a difference in their industries and the world. Very honoured!

Thank you to all the men and women in my life past and present who continue to lift me up and support me, challenge and stretch me, reminding me how I can be a better person, and do more and be more. I am deeply grateful."

View the full list on the Women We Admire website

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