Our 2022 Honorees

This year we are pleased to honor two very special women who use their voices and experiences to amplify diversity, empowerment and advocacy.

Jasmine Bellamy is a business and culture transformer. With more than 25 years of experience in retail merchandising, Jasmine has led driven the merchandising strategies of numerous well known retailers  and is an expert in the celebrity brands experience. Currently, she  leads the US Direct to Consumer Business for Reebok and also works as Reebok’s Head of Change Management for United Against Racism where she is the creator and co-facilitator of Courageous Conversations. In 2021, she earned the distinction of being named one of Sports Illustrated’s 100 Influential Black Women in Sports. In addition, Ms. Bellamy is founder of Love 101 Ministries where she employs the theology and practice of love to shape how she leads and transforms business, teams and culture. 

Mimi Rocah was elected in 2020 as Westchester District Attorney after serving as an Assistant U.S. Attorney from 2001 to 2017 in the Southern District of New York where she oversaw the prosecution of organized crime, gun traffickers, corrupt public officials, narcotics dealers, sex traffickers, and child predators. She received numerous U.S. Department of Justice awards including the 2016 Women in Federal Law Enforcement Leadership Award. She and her team are committed to promoting and maintaining seasoned leadership that reflects the diversity of our county. Along with her team, DA Rocah is dedicated to keeping our communities safe and making our justice system more fair for all of Westchester.