2015 Pinnacle Awards
Cecilia Homison, Dot Trotman-Ealy Represent Tallahassee Among the Winners
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The 10 Northwest Florida women, including two Tallahassee residents, chosen to receive a Rowland Publishing 2015 Pinnacle Award have distinguished themselves professionally and as unselfish community volunteers. The honorees are equal parts business acumen and genuine compassion and represent pursuits ranging from fundraising and entrepreneurship to financial services in the case of Cecilia Homison and Dot Trotman-Ealy’s role as a market manager for a radio group.
The honorees were feted at the second annual Pinnacle Awards luncheon, held at the WaterColor Inn and Resort. That event’s success was due in large part to the generous support of presenting sponsor Gulf Power Co. and sponsors St. Joe Company/St. Joe Club and Resorts and the Destin law firm of Matthew & Jones, LLP. Pure 7 Studios supplied photography services.
Linda Kleindienst, the editor of 850 — The Business Magazine of Northwest Florida, and Rowland Publishing president Brian Rowland presented custom crystal awards to the honorees.
Following are profiles of Tallahassee Pinnacle winners Homison and Trotman-Ealy.