Celebrating Powerhouse Women salutes and recognizes women who are making an impact, whether it’s in business, philanthropy, public service, or elsewhere.
This series is presented by C-A-B Incorporated. Since 1982, C-A-B Incorporated has been a pre-eminent leader in manufacturing and global sourcing of precision machined iron and steel products serving infrastructure, hydraulics, automotive, rail, and a variety of other industries. As a woman-owned company, C-A-B is proud to be the presenting sponsor of the “Celebrating Powerhouse Women” series, bringing focus to the many incredible women in our community making things happen.
Renee Unterman/Community Advocate
Community advocate Renee Unterman has called Gwinnett County home her entire life. From an early age, she learned the value of hard work from her parents. Her mother and father grew up in the depths of the Great Depression and married in 1935. Her dad worked as a plumber and steamfitter, brilliantly navigating the world and providing for a family with only a sixth grade education. Her mother raised five children from home and vowed that with a good education, each of them would have opportunities to succeed and enjoy a better life than her own. Unterman worked to pay her way through college and she earned a nursing degree from Georgia State University. She enjoyed her work as a cardiovascular nurse for many years and eventually earned a degree in Social Work from the University of Georgia.
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