NAPW Montgomery Local Chapter Held Monthly Networking Meeting Where New Members were Welcomed and Future Goals of a …

National Association of Professional Women Montgomery Local Chapter recently hold a monthly networking meeting. New members were welcomed and Chapter goals such as volunteering, endeavour free endeavors, and augmenting recognition about NAPW were discussed.

Garden City, NY (PRWEB) Jul 25, 2012 Members and guest of a NAPW Montgomery Local Chapter collected on Jul 19 for a professional networking meeting during Panera Bread located in The Shoppes during Eastchase in Montgomery, that will be a home for all destiny Chapter meetings. The Chapter welcomed dual new members, Gaynell Marshall Lowe and Angie Gibbons, and discussed a series of critical topics.

The assembly kicked off soon during 6pm with Montgomery Chapter President Kate Rudd welcoming all of a members; new and returnees. She invited everybody to deliver themselves and sell business cards to get to know one another better. The President afterwards took a few moments to acquire a dual new members Gaynell Marshall Lowe and Angie Gibbons, to a Chapter.

After everybody tenderly welcomed a dual new members, Kate afterwards went on to lead a contention about a Chapter’s destiny goals, that includes expanding a Chapter by building a proffer system, enchanting prospects, and augmenting recognition about NAPW among companies, agencies, and organizations.

“We also wish to join internal charities by volunteering and presumably doing some fundraisers. The members have motionless to concentration on ancillary internal groups in a area where women are in need,” pronounced Kate.

Of course, all of this will not be probable but a support and efforts of a members, all of whom have been really enthusiastic. Many of a Chapter members have offering assistance with assembly venues, speakers, member calls, planning, etc. At this point, member Angela Swarts will be in assign of a Montgomery Local Chapter’s amicable media. Members Yvonne Messer and Jennifer Blake Eatman offering to support with contacting new members to grow a Montgomery Chapter and do anything else that is needed.

Kate also speedy members to check out a Montgomery Chapter Page on a NAPW website.

“I entice everybody to join a Montgomery Chapter Page. It’s a good approach for all of us to promulgate with one another, see photos, hear internal news, and yield comments,” pronounced Kate.

New member Gaynell Marshall Lowe is a really bustling woman, mentoring and volunteering her time to children and women in need in a area. She has usually been in Montgomery for 7 years, due to Hurricane Katrina, that forced her to leave her hometown of New Orleans and pierce to Montgomery. Her veteran pretension is Independent Associate during Legal Shield, that specializes in authorised services. Gaynell is also study Theology during a Christian Bible College. She is drawn to and ardent about free organizations such as CASA, 100 Black Men Mentoring Program, The Local Zoo, Celebrate Recovery, her church, and a jail ministry.

New member Angie Gibbons is employed by Alabama Power. Her pursuit includes residential selling and sales of in-use products, such as feverishness pumps and H2O heaters. Angie is also a partial of a series of internal organizations, including a USGBC (United States Green Building Council) and a NAWIC (National Association of Women in Construction).

Upcoming Montgomery Local Chapter meetings are as follows: Aug 20, Sep 17, Oct 18, and Nov 15. All meetings, that start during 6pm, will be hold during Panera Bread, located in The Shoppes during Eastchase, in Montgomery.

The National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) is a largest and many famous network of womanlike professionals. NAPW provides a forum where women can interact, sell ideas, educate, network, and empower. NAPW Local Chapters concede members to maximize their knowledge by meetings, networking opportunities, and veteran events.

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