SAN DIEGO BUSINESS JOURNAL’S WOMEN WHO MEAN BUSINESS AWARD- DECEMBER 6th, 2012
Karen Conde of Conde Group, Inc is a finalist of SDBJ’s Women Who Mean Business Awards of 2012
San Diego, November 6, 2012 – Each year, the San Diego Business Journal recognizes dynamic woman business leaders who have contributed significantly to San Diego’s businesses. Conde Group’s CEO , Karen Conde was one of the finalists of this prestigious award.
“Karen Conde, a 35- year business executive has worked her way up to the top with perseverance and hard work without compromising her values, business morals or ethics. Since founding Conde Group, Inc in 2003, Conde started a 5013c non profit organization, Forgotten Victims () that same year. Conde started Forgotten Victims to help those who are involved in accidents in which they caused catastrophic injuries or death and the accident was not related to drugs, drinking, road rage or racing. Karen always set high standards for herself and settles for nothing less. She is always challenging herself and others in her personal life and business to be the best that they can be. Conde is involved in many philanthropic causes such as Father Joe’s Village, St. Brigid Cancer Support Group and supporting struggling families during the holidays.
The award-winning San Diego Business Journal is a weekly publication that examines and analyzes the many ways that the San Diego economy operates. The SDBJ highlights San Diego businesses and their decision-makers as well as focusing on up-to-the-minute changes and innovations in the local economy. One of the most widely read features in The SDBJ is The List, which ranks the top businesses in any given industry.