HARTFORD, Conn. – April 30, 2019 – Corbin Advisors, LLC, a research and advisory firm specializing in investor relations, is proud to announce that Founder and CEO Rebecca Corbin Loree is a 2019 honoree of the Hartford Business Journal’s Women in Business Awards.
The award recognizes eight outstanding Connecticut-based female CEOs, entrepreneurs and senior-level executives who have mastered their industry and are admired by the business community. The winners were selected by a panel of independent judges from over 90 nominations and celebrated on April 29, 2019 at HBJ’s Annual Women in Business Luncheon.
When asked about the legacy she wants to leave, Rebecca Corbin Loree commented, “I’d like to be remembered as a trailblazer in the Investor Relations industry; as someone who elevated the importance of investor relations as a key valuation factor to help shape how executives think about and create long-term shareholder value. I want to have had a positive impact on as many people as possible – inspiring them, listening to them, challenging them, imparting what I have learned, helping them succeed and achieve great things. In the business world of fast-paced decisions, rapid technology development and competition, I want my legacy to be one of fostering deeper, more meaningful, authentic relationships.”
Ms. Corbin Loree is a subject matter expert and trusted advisor to C-suite executives, boards and IR professionals. She is Editor-in-chief of Inside The Buy-side®, the firm’s leading-edge publication, which identifies and tracks changes in global investor sentiment. She is a regular guest on CNBC’s Squawk on the Street.
Rebecca also serves on the boards of Washington College, Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts and Hartford Symphony Orchestra. As well, she is President of the Jim and Rebecca Loree Foundation that she co-founded with her husband in 2009; a not-for-profit charitable organization that is focused on providing opportunities for the community’s youth.
Other honorees include: Gail Baker, Senior Vice President, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance & Space Solutions, Collins Aerospace; Joanne Berger-Sweeney, President & Professor of Neuroscience, Trinity College; Lisa (LaSaracina) Willauer, Partner, Fiondella, Milone & LaSaracina LLP; Megan Torrey, CEO, World Affairs Council of Connecticut; Nancy Bernstein, President & Chief Operating Officer, Women's Health USA, President & Chief Executive Officer, Women's Health Connecticut; Sharon L. Castelli, Chief Executive Officer, Chrysalis Center Inc.; and Tracy Church, Executive Vice President & Chief Administrative Officer, Hartford HealthCare.
“A heartfelt congratulations to all my fellow Women in Business Award recipients,” added Corbin Loree. “It is a humbling honor to be part of this accomplished group of impactful women.”
About Corbin Advisors, LLC
Corbin Advisors is a specialized investor relations (IR) advisory firm that partners with C-suite and IR executives to drive long-term shareholder value. We bring third-party objectivity as well as deep best practice knowledge and collaborate with our clients to execute sound, effective investor communication and engagement strategies. Our comprehensive services include perception studies, investor targeting and marketing, investor presentations, investor days, specialized research, and retainer and event-driven consulting. To learn more about us and our impact, visit www.CorbinAdvisors.com.
About Hartford Business Journal’s Women in Business Award
In each of the past 17 years, Hartford Business Journal has honored eight of the region's most talented women in leadership roles throughout central Connecticut. The winners are nominated by readers and chosen by a panel of independent judges. The Hartford Business Journal (HBJ) is the only audited weekly, subscription-based business publication in Connecticut. This award-winning weekly has a total readership of 31,000 affluent and educated business decision makers in the 61 towns that make up Metro Hartford. To view a full list of winners, please visit the Hartford Business Journal.