DAYTON, OHIO, April 3, 2018 - Today, Better Business Bureau’s Women in Business Networking (WiBN) program is privileged to announce the 2018 class of Top 25 Women to Watch for Dayton and the Miami Valley region. “This year’s class of nominees is exceptional -- highly accomplished leaders and respected in their fields. They are women who are changing Dayton,” said Melissa Cutcher, vice president of leadership and development for BBB serving Dayton and the Miami Valley. The Top 25 Women to Watch signature event embodies one of the mission tenets of WiBN to help women build careers and personal success through recognition for their work and service to their community. This strong WiBN community of women strive to embrace the power of connection by helping each other get from where they are in their businesses or careers to where they want to go. 2018 Top 25 Women to Watch include: Lisa Balster, Ohio’s Hospice of DaytonKim Bramlage, Five Rivers Health CentersJennifer Buckwalter, Wright State UniversityAngelia Erbaugh, Dayton Regional Manufacturers AssociationLori Kershner, LMK AdvocacyKatina Koumoutsos, NHP of SpringfieldElizabeth Langefels, American Heart Association DaytonAlexis Larsen, The Dayton Art InstituteSusan Lopez, Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Family Resource CenterKate McEwen, Lorenz CorporationCourtney Moore, Modern Ally, LLCAnn Morrissey, Agape For YouthDarybel Ortz, Wright-Patterson Air Force BaseCrystal Phillips-Everett, Dayton Public Schools/Dunbar Early College High SchoolAmelia Plunkett, LexisNexisTonya Roberds, Dezigns by TonyaDr. Jeannine Sheppard, Eastway Behavioral HealthcareTracy Sibbing, United Way of the Greater Dayton AreaValerie Smiley, Super Party Network and Sending Cards is CoolAmy Strozier, Goldfish Swim SchoolLora Van Lear, Van Lear Custom CoutureEmily von Stuckrad-Smolinski, Historic Plaza TheatreKate Vriner, Sunbelt Business Advisors of Southwest OhioSarah Williams, Hannah’s Treasure ChestLaura Woeste, Downtown Dayton Partnership For 10 years, WiBN Top 25 Women to Watch has honored over 250 women. This program allows our distinguished honorees to share their stories, shining a spotlight on their successes and failures to encourage our next generation of women. For more information about this honor, visit wibn.org. About Your BBB Serving Dayton and the Miami ValleyFor more than 100 years, the Better Business Bureau has been helping people find businesses, brands and charities they can trust. In 2017, people turned to BBB ore than 160 million times for BBB Business Profiles on more than 5.2 million businesses and Charity Reports on 11,000 charities, all available for free at bbb.org. There are local, independent BBBs across the United States, Canada and Mexico, including BBB serving Dayton and the Miami Valley was founded in 1925 and serves Clark, Darke, Greene, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, Shelby and northern Warren counties. Your Dayton-based BBB is unique in that it provides business solutions and consumer services in specialized areas to other BBBs, businesses and consumers. It remains focused on the Miami Valley, but through these key products and services, it is an international organization.