Auto Remarketing (www.autoremarketing.com) has reported that one of Manheim's top executives recently made the “Atlanta’s Top 100 Black Women of Influence” list. Receiving the recognition from the Atlanta Business League was Lilicia Bailey, the company’s senior vice president and global chief people officer.
ABL gave the award to Bailey at its recent 16th annual Women of Vision Breakfast in Atlanta.
Explaining Atlanta’s 100 Black Women of Influence list in more detail, officials noted that it spotlights area black women who have:
—Reached senior level positions within their profession.
—Been leading entrepreneurs in their industry.
—Been able to influence large public bodies politically and in government.
Moreover, honorees have remained involved in community and civic activities.
“Being named to this list is both inspiring and humbling, especially when I think of the many talented leaders represented,” Bailey shared.
“I’m truly honored to be recognized and am thankful to Manheim for giving me an opportunity to make meaningful differences at work and in the community, as well as share my experiences with others,” she added.
Bailey also serves as chairperson of the Manheim’s Learning Review Board and Compensation Committee. She has been with Manheim since 2004 and worked as the director of organizational development at parent company Cox Enterprises before coming aboard at Manheim.