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Executive Director, Natanja Craig Oquendo, Recognized Among the 150 Most Influential Bostonians!

Updated: May 9



Boston Magazine has named Boston Women's Fund Executive Director, Natanja Craig Oquendo, one of the 150 MOST INFLUENTIAL BOSTONIANS for her work supporting Boston’s grassroots leaders! Natanja is honored among other incredible women like U.S. Rep, Ayanna Pressley, Attorney General Andrea Campbell, and United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts Rachael Rollins.


Find the magazine on newsstands today or check out the digital article.


Sending congratulations to these phenomenal leaders also honored by Boston Magazine:


Vanessa Calderón-Rosado, CEO, Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción

Denella Clark, President and CEO, Boston Arts Academy Foundation

Sheena Collier, Founder and CEO, Boston While Black

Lydia Edwards, MA State Senator

Aisha Francis, President and CEO, Benjamin Franklin Cummings Institute of Technology

Betty Francisco, CEO, Boston Impact Initiative

Jackie Jenkins-Scott, Interim President, Roxbury Community College

Nicole Obi, President and CEO, Black Economic Council of Massachusetts

Oompa, Recording Artist

Colette Phillips, CEO, Colette Phillips Communications


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