Laura Stack named a ‘Woman Who Means Business’
Pioneer Services’ CFO Recognized For Contributions to Company, Community
September 4, 2013
KANSAS CITY, Mo.
Each year, the Kansas City Business Journal recognizes outstanding professional women in for-profit businesses who have made significant contributions to their business or industry, as well as their community, with the “Women Who Mean Business” award. This year, Pioneer Services Chief Financial Officer Laura Stack was named to this prestigious list and recognized at an awards luncheon in Overland Park, Kan., Aug. 23.
Recipients are entrepreneurs, top-ranking corporate executives, or partners leading a practice group or serving on an executive committee, and who live and work in the Kansas City metro area. Each year, 25 are selected (often out of hundreds of applicants) by an outside panel of judges.
“This is a very well-deserved honor for Laura,” said Joe Freeman, president of Pioneer Services. “She is a tremendous leader, both in our organization and within the community, contributing invaluable experience, drive, and common sense in everything she does. All of us at Pioneer congratulate her on this significant professional accomplishment.”
This is actually the third award Stack has received for her business and community leadership, having been named a 2013 “Influential Woman in Business” by KC Business magazine, and recognized as “CFO of the Year” by the Kansas City Business Journal in 2010.
For the complete list of recipients, visit the Kansas City Business Journal.