Three local businesswomen were honored Wednesday night for their achievements within the community.
The Bozeman Business and Professional Women group, with over one-hundred members, aims to ensure that women in Gallatin Valley have the tools to succeed.
"It's an opportunity to get the best of the best in our community, not only as people or women but as professionals and as employers it's really an opportunity to say we value what you do, and your work and who you are," said Paula Beswick, President of the Bozeman BPW.
During the ceremony at the Story Mansion they honored their young careerist, employer of the year, and woman of achievement.
Flora McCormick, a counselor, won Young Careerist, Dr. Kimberly Maxwell of Abundant Health Family Chiropractic was awarded Employer of the Year and Connie Campbell the Executive Director of the Community Mediation Center, an instructor at MSU Extended University, a Belgrade City Council Member and business owner of Computer Works, LLC was given the title of Woman of Achievement.
The BPW President says the event was a great way to honor and inspire women in the community.
"Not only is it an honor during the actual presentation and just being able to hear what they've done, but you can hang this plaque on your wall, you can tell your clients, your colleagues, your mom. It's something that really is meaningful," Beswick said.