SIGHT in West Hartford has named 10 local ‘Visionaries to Watch,’ and will honor them at a cocktail reception on Nov. 12.
Submitted by Stacy Silk Rome
SIGHT, an eye health center in West Hartford, is recognizing ten local visionaries who see the possibilities and transform their vision into reality.
This distinguished group is comprised of business powerhouses and creative visionaries who have changed our community for the better.
The list includes: Billy Grant, Restaurateur/Founder Billy Grant Dining; David Jacobs, Executive Director of Mandell JCC; Julie Daly Meehan, HYPE Executive Director and Director of Investor Engagement & Digital Media at MetroHartford Alliance; Roxanna Booth Miller, Co-Director & Chief Development Officer of the Hartford Youth Scholars Foundation; Kimberly Mattson Moster, Owner Kimberly Boutiques and kimberly Gift; Jane Shauck, Founder IRIS Photography and Jane Shauck Photography; Sheila Schectman, CEO of American Gourmet Group and Hebert Candies; Laura Schmelter, Director of Resource Development at United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut; Cheryl Dumont Smith, Executive Director of Aurora Women and Girls Foundation; and Will K. Wilkins, Executive Director of Real Art Ways.
“What all of these ‘change agents’ have in common is that they possess not only a clear vision of the future, but also a clear sense of how to get there,” says Dr. Melissa Lambright, Founder of SIGHT Eye Health in West Hartford. “This group is comprised of leading innovators who not only possess tremendous foresight; but also live their values and have a great generosity of spirit.”
SIGHT cherishes the values of these visionaries, as the eye health practice also strives to always transcend convention. “We make it a priority to find cutting-edge techniques and therapies to perform eye examinations and offer specialized treatments, as well as eyewear that sets new trends in design and leads the way in innovative ideas. We are on a continuous quest to provide our patients with unique access to the best of everything,” says Dr. Lambright.