Montanye wins Women Who Mean Business Award

Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Emmy Montanye, center, with her son, Tom, and husband, David, at the 2015 Women Who Mean Business Awards Oct. 22. Montanye, B.S. 1982, was one of 15 Atlanta women to win the award from the Atlanta Business Chronicle for their impact on the city's business community. Montanye is a senior vice president at Kimley-Horn and Associates. (Photo: Kimley-Horn and Associates)

Alumna Emmy Montanye is among the women making a difference in her community and leaving a mark on business in Atlanta, according to the city’s business newspaper.

The Atlanta Business Chronicle named Montanye, B.S. 1982, one of its 2015 Women Who Mean Business Oct 22.

The award recognizes 15 women each year who are shaping Atlanta in business and their communities as well as blazing a trail for others.

Montanye received the award at a ceremony and networking reception. She is a senior vice president at Kimley-Horn and Associates in Atlanta and this month joined the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering’s External Advisory Board.