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Virginia Lawyers Media Honors Operator Kristina Bouweiri

LCT Staff
Posted on April 14, 2010

The owner and CEO of Reston Limousine, the largest chauffeured transportation provider in the Washington, D.C. area, is named to the Commonwealth's Outstanding Women.

RESTON, VA — Kristina Bouweiri, President and CEO of the Washington, D.C.-area Reston Limousine and Travel Service, Inc. of Sterling, has been named to Virginia Lawyers Media's Class of 2010 Influential Women of Virginia. Bouweiri is among 50 women from across Virginia being recognized from hundreds of nominations for the honor.

Started last year by Virginia Lawyers Media, publisher of Virginia Lawyers Weekly and Virginia Medical Law Report, the awards program recognizes the outstanding efforts of women across the Commonwealth in all professions. Honorees were selected on the basis of notable contributions the women are making to their fields and communities, as well as society at large.

Bouweiri heads award-winning RESTON LIMOUSINE, the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area's largest limousine and shuttle provider, and the 17th largest in the country. Bouweiri's leadership extends to service on numerous local and area business boards, including chambers of commerce, women's organizations, banking and education organizations. Her company's philanthropic efforts annually assist a number of local and regional non-profit organizations. She is frequently asked to speak on management topics and share her insights as an entrepreneur.

Bouweiri will be honored next month during an awards luncheon in Richmond, and will be profiled in a special publication insert in the May issue of Virginia Lawyers Weekly.

Source: Reston Limousine

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