Two Westminster College alumnae were recently honored at the Columbia Daily Tribune Women in Business Awards. Jane Elizabeth “Beth” Stubbs ’00 KKΓ was recognized as a Business Woman of the Year finalist, and Barbara Ramsey ’96 KKΓ was a finalist for the Professional Excellence Award at the lunch held in Columbia on Oct 4.
Stubbs is a pharmacist/partner at Kilgore’s Medical Pharmacy, where her specialization in compounding medicine has brought the business significant growth. She earned two degrees (pre-pharmacy and political science) from Westminster and one from the University of Mississippi, along with a B.S. from the St. Louis College of Pharmacy. She also has served on the Westminster College Board of Directors.
Ramsey is the executive director of the Masonic Home of Missouri, where she hires and trains caseworkers to provide assistance to master masons, female members of the Order of the Eastern Star and their dependents. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Westminster and a master’s in public administration from the University of Missouri.
To learn more about the Columbia Daily Tribune Women in Business Awards, including a look at all of this year’s finalists and winners, visit columbiatribune.com/womeninbusiness.