Food. Fashion. Fitness. Meet this year’s annual Women Who Move the Valley honorees—10 leading local ladies who are making these and many other aspects of the Valley the absolute best they can be. Learn about these incredible movers and shakers—all who have a passion for philanthropy and giving back to the community—from the people who know them best, from their moms to their mentors.
Founder and CEO of My Sister's Closet, Well Suited and My Sister's Attic
“It is an amazing accomplishment to create a successful and eco-chic business in the city you love and call home. It is quite another thing to operate that business for 22 years, with your family, over 200 employees, to have a driven desire to be the best in your industry, possess a Zen-like ability to deal with the daily ups and downs and still have time to give back to your community. My sister, Ann Siner, does all of that with the determination of 300 gladiators. She is founder and CEO of her brand, My Sister's Closet, Well Suited and My Sister's Attic. She is a brilliant business woman with a heart full of compassion for those in the Valley of the Sun that do not always have a voice of their own. Of course, I am speaking of all the animals she helps to rescue and save through her love and constant giving back to the Arizona Humane Society, FACES and Halo. Another passion of Ann's is Defenders of Wildlife, where she hopes to help as many wolves as humanly possible. She also assists thousands of women each year with her work with Fresh Start, where Fresh Start women learn to stand again in their power and reclaim their voices. She believes in the Phoenix Art Museum and helps create culture for those of us living and thriving in Phoenix. Then there are the other of innumerable projects, events and charities she supports by attending, promoting and believing in. Ann is a woman of action.” —Tess Loo, Siner’s sister and head stylist for Eco-Chic Consignments, My Sister’s Closet, Well Suited and My Sister’s Attic