We’re Honoring Women Who Lead

 

A partnership between Lavoie CPA, Epic Notion, and street artist Dustin Moates, this mural celebrates women leaders: the changemakers, risk-takers, and innovators who have left an indelible mark on our community. Contributions made to this project also support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s mission of finding a cure for cancer.

Art by the mural artist Dustin Moates

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About The Mural

Women are some of the most influential leaders, with female entrepreneurs generating $2.3 trillion to the American economy. To motivate more women on their career journey or honor those who have made a powerful impact on our lives, the Women Who Lead Mural will highlight empowering women to drive that inspiration in others.

About The Artist

Charlotte street artist, Dustin Moates, cofounded Southern Tiger Collective in 2017 with the goal of supporting local street artists. Moates brings visions to life through curating and handcrafting original art in the heart of Charlotte, NC.

WOMEN WHO LEAD

Devin Allen

Emma Allen

Tera Black

Raelynn Angela Blondet

Brittney Bogues

Cheryl Butler

Kristin Cagney

Caitlin Sellers Castevens

Dr. Betty Brown Chidester

Terry Cox

Caitlin Dobbins

Shelly Domenech

Sholeh Ehdaivand

Brooke Faw

Mattie Finch

Sara Giles

Bryanna Hames

Kirsten Haugsted

Yolanda Hemphill

Nichole Johnson

Judith Kumpf

Sharai Lavoie

Grace Lightner

Jody Luke

Kelsey Mayo

Kelley Michalski

Patricia Miller

Jenny Moates

Emily Newton

Kerry Barr O’Connor

‘Granny’ Pamela O’Donovan

Megan Orrell

Danielle Patterson

Neville Poole

Fabi Preslar

Minji Ro

Vickie Smith

Alison Stahl

Melissa Sutherland

Marcia P. Walker

Dr. Shanté Williams

Meggie Williams

Cristina Wilson

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WHERE iS the mural?

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Southend area of Charlotte

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The Design Center Building in Nebel’s Alley

About Lavoie

Sharai Lavoie

Lavoie is the founder and CEO of Lavoie CPA, a professional services and technology firm that provides strategic advice to its roster of clients. Since starting her own company in 2009, Lavoie was awarded the Woman in Business award in 2017 by the Charlotte Business Journal.

“Thanks to your support, my efforts will help fund therapies and treatments that are saving lives. Over the years, support from people like you has been responsible for the blood cancer advancements that have doubled, tripled, and in some cases quadrupled the survival rate for some blood cancers.”

Sharai Lavoie