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Dr. Peggy Naleppa, CEO and President of Peninsula Regional Medical Center, earned a Maryland Top 100 Women award from the Daily Record in Baltimore on May 6, 2013.
Dr. Peggy Naleppa, President/CEO of Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, was among 100 leaders recognized by the Baltimore-based business publication The Daily Record as Maryland’s Top 100 Women of 2013.
She was presented with the honor on Monday night, May 6, at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore, along with four other notable Eastern Shore women: Dr. Veronique Diriker, Director of Development, University of Maryland Eastern Shore; Karen Lischick, President, The Palmer Foundation; Kathleen Momme, Executive Director, United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore; and Cynthia Boyle, Chair, Practice and Administration, UMES School of Pharmacy.
PRMC would like to thank and congratulate all five women for their contributions and on receiving this outstanding recognition. Boyle, Lischick and Momme were first time recipients. Drs. Naleppa and Diriker have been twice honored with a Maryland Top 100 Women award.