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Empowered and confident business women are vital for economic growth.
To support, develop and create opportunities for women in business through education, information exchange, collaborative partnerships, and alliances that promote commerce and economic empowerment.
Monthly Business Lunch: October 20
Join us for our Monthly Business Luncheon at The Doubletree by Hilton - on October 20 ... when the Women's Chamber welcomes Julie Davis to present an overview and discussion of strong simple habits that can be put in place to help you take charge of your business, with Empowering Business Practices that Explore, Energize and Elevate!
You'll learn how to gain more control, in life and business, with tips on how to • Explore and leverage your circle of influence • Stop wishing and start acting, to take business practices to a new level • Be a productivity powerhouse • Create a realistic plan to perpetuate growth and elevate impact.
A seasoned entrepreneur of seven years, Julie Davis has led and developed several highly successful teams and helped hundreds of people build their own businesses. Her expertise in many areas of entrepreneurship include customer service, generating business, leadership development and facilitating growth.
After seven years in business for herself, where she led a team of 80 women and trained on multiple topics, Julie stepped out to truly pursue her passion and strengths in presenting, training, and facilitating for entrepreneurs and business professionals. Through this pursuit, she transforms people’s professional lives to be more manageable and productive.
A high school and college educator for over 25 years, Julie remains a teacher at heart. For the last 17 years, she's also facilitated at a leadership ranch designed to teach teens how to both lead their peers and shape their own lives in a highly positive way. Her degrees in English (B.A.) and human communication (M.A.), as well as her teaching and business background, have created the perfect storm for her to bring something fresh to the Women's Chamber this month!
! REMEMBER ! An EARLIER final headcount is required, so all discounts EXPIRE the Thursday before the event.
Register by Close of Business THURSDAY, 10/15 & $AVE
Non-members $35 | Members $28 >> Register Today >>
After October 8: All late registrations / walk-ins $40
2016 Board Candidates - Vote October 20
|2016 Board of Directors Election ... Current Women's Chamber members in attendance at the October 20 Business Luncheon will be presented with the following slate of candidates, for an up/down vote to appoint each to a three-year term on the SCWCC Board of Directors.|
|Carrie Iverson is an Associate in the Audit Department at BiggsKofford CPAs, where she offers cross functional competencies in accounting, finance, staff supervision & management. Her skillset includes managing and developing financial reports, creating internal audit programs, P&L management, revenue forecasting, managing accounts receivable/bad debt, identifying accounting issues and determining appropriate solutions.
A Leadership Now participant with Leadership Pikes Peak and former Treasurer of the Board of the Colorado Springs World Affairs Council, she is interested in serving on the SCWCC Board in order to fully support and empower women within the community. She is dedicated to increasing membership and raising awareness for the SCWCC through partnerships. LinkedIn
|Cynthia Latney serves as Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer at Penrose St. Francis Health Services, where she oversees professional nursing practice, education, evidenced-based practice and research across four entities within the integrated Centura Health system. At the full-service 522-bed acute care facilities, she is also responsible for execution of process and models of patient care delivery and clinical practice throughout the group.
Formerly on the Board of the Community College of Aurora, Cynthia sat on the search committee for a new college President and raised $10,000 by networking with community members and employers as part of a separate fundraising team. Her SCWCC Board goals are to network and build relationships with women in the community, while helping them advance through advocacy. LinkedIn
First Fridays at The Inn at Garden Plaza
Join the Women's Chamber for FREE networking at The Inn at Garden Plaza, 2520 International Circle at 7:30 AM on the First Friday of each month.
Give yourself enough time to get situated - opt for on-site coffee and continental breakfast items (on the honor system to cover costs) - then get ready to spend some quality time with our growing and dynamic group of early-bird networkers.
The complex can be found just slightly south-and-east of Stargazers (off Pikes Peak) and offers plenty of lot and on-street free parking. You'll enter the main doors, locate elevators on the right (across from reception), then go down one level and the meeting room is to the immediate left. Bring plenty of business cards, and we'll see you then!