Judith Haddad – Woman of Influence

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Judith-Haddad-profileIt’s that time of year when the South Florida Business Journal honors its 2016 class of Influential Business Women. And we couldn’t be prouder of this year’s 25 honorees, who exemplify the region’s growing number of women business leaders excelling in their industries while also contributing to their
local communities.

The honorees are a diverse group of women with a track record of success in their respective fields. Women such as veteran banker Teresa P. Foxx, director and general manager of Barclays; Barbara W. Goldberg, CEO/founder of O’Connell & Goldberg Public Relations; Judith Haddad, president/CIO of
Patriot Technology Solutions; and Lourdes M. Pineda-Garcia, VP of financial services/CFO of FirstService Residential.

All were celebrated at a May 20 awards luncheon at the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six in Fort Lauderdale.
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Special thanks to corporate sponsors Florida International University College of Business, GCI Worldwide Corp., Durée & Co., FPL Fibernet and HSBC.

Congratulations again to this year’s honorees!

Judith L. Haddad is a change agent. Throughout her career, she has created, managed and achieved successful outcomes by helping her organizations transform themselves by focusing on such matters as organizational effectiveness, improvement and development.

“To become influential in business, you must be able to help bring change for the greater good of the organization by creating a vision, believing in your people and delivering successful outcomes,” she says.

She believes integrity, insightfulness and natural leadership are key traits of any influencer. Deliver on your word, create a shared vision, and seek to lead from within. In fact, she learned years ago that leadership is not taught in a classroom.

“It made me realize that leadership is something you do naturally,” she says. “It is something that you have to be passionate about, especially knowing that it is perhaps one of the toughest roles.”

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