Karen Holden, Providence CEO, Named one of Baton Rouge’s Influential Women in Business

Providence CEO, Karen Holden, PE, was named one of the 2017 Baton Rouge Business Report's Influential Women in Business. Each year, the Business Report honors female professionals from the Baton Rouge area who have distinguished themselves in business; through government, private, or nonprofit work. Karen and the other honorees will be profiled in the May 9 issue of the Business Report as well as recognized at an award luncheon.

The others recognized this year are: Sarah Broome, executive director of THRIVE Baton Rouge; Camille Conaway, vice president for policy and research for the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry; Helena Cunningham, founder and CEO of National Housing Consultant Services; Kelly Hurtado, executive director of Our Lady of the Lake Foundation; Julie Laperouse, director of training for Emergent Method and founder and owner of Screaming Peacock; Sonia Perez, president of AT&T Louisiana; Gaye Sandoz, director of the LSU AgCenter Food Incubator; and Monique Scott-Spaulding, an authorized Jani-King franchise owner in Baton Rouge.