Martha Daniel, IMRI CEO and President, continues to be a leader within the community. Her support enabled the Booker T. Washington High School Lady Warriors Basketball Team of Memphis, Tennessee to travel to New Orleans, Louisiana to participate in the Sister Mary D. Williams Thanksgiving Tournament. The team visited several college campuses and met with the University of New Orleans women’s basketball practice. Lady Warriors Head Coach Steven T. McKinney writes:
“On behalf of all the Lady Warriors, thank you for your continued support. You and your company are such a blessing and it is my goal to continue to develop strong Washingtonians who will follow in your footsteps to continue the BTW legacy going for many generations to come.”
On November 15, 2018, IMRI CEO and President Martha Daniel was recognized for sponsorship and shared words of wisdom at the 2018 Leadership in Heels Speaker Series event “How Great Women Lead: From a Man’s Point of View” hosted by Squar Milner LLP Partner, COO, and CFO Scharrell Jackson. To learn more about the Leadership in Heels, please click here.
On September 26, 2018, the City National Bank in conjunction with the Hart Leadership Center Foundation announce Martha Daniel as the 2018 Entertainment, Innovation, and Technology inductee into the Black Business Leader Hall of Fame. Read more about Martha’s induction here.
Congratulations to IMRI CEO, Martha Daniel, who has been nominated for the 2018 Black Business Hall of Fame sponsored by the Hart Leadership Center Foundation. Learn more about the honor here.
For the 5th year, IMRI has been selected to the 2018 Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing privately held small companies in the US, earning IMRI a Silver Medal Status. Read more about IMRI’s ranking here.