Audrey Hall Named One of the Top 50 Women Leaders of Georgia for 2022

Audrey Hall, Chief Product Officer of cross-border payments fintech Brightwell, in the Atlanta HQ office conference room.A person holding a tablet with icons on it.

Women We Admire is pleased to announce The Top 50 Women Leaders of Georgia for 2022. Established in 1732, Georgia has cultivated a rich history, developed significant economic contributions, and produced many successful individuals. Businesses within the state employ over 24 million people and undergo an annual job growth rate of around 2 percent. This year’s awardees are some of the top contributors for the state’s success. Fighting to create and maintain an equal playing field, these women offer significant contributions and achievements in the industries they serve. We acknowledge these women for their tenacity, strength, and resilience year after year.

Among this year’s awardees is Pamela Fletcher, Senior Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer for Delta Air Lines, who is tasked with building a sustainable future for air travel and combating the climate change crisis; Vanessa Allen Sutherland, Executive Vice President of Legal & Government Affairs and Corporate Secretary for Phillips 66, who uses her 25 years of experience to lead the company’s legal operations; and Tunisia Poole, Senior Vice President and Deputy General Counsel for Southwire Company, whose contributions to the organization include commercial litigation, dispute resolution, pandemic response, and labor union negotiations.

We applaud the current and past contributions of this year’s impressive awardees. Please join us in celebrating the accomplishments of The Top 50 Women Leaders of Georgia for 2022.

33. Audrey Hall
Chief Product Officer, Brightwell

Audrey Hall is the Chief Product Officer at Brightwell, a payments technology company that builds financial products to send money securely anywhere in the world. There she is focused on developing and executing strategies that support business growth and enhance brand awareness.

Previously, Hall served as vice president of client strategy at 352, where she was responsible for business development, innovation consulting, community building, and client management for new and existing relationships agency wide. With an eye for detail and a fancy for whimsy, Hall believes in the art of storytelling and the practice of making a good cup of coffee.

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