Sun City, CA (PRWEB) April 2, 2005
Five registered Divas recently visited New York City, complete with crowns, boas and Diva pins, for the annual NAFE (National Association of Female Executives) Conference. Hundreds of conference attendees remembered the Divas from last yearÂs event, proving the Diva brand is a successful networking tool.
Queen Diva Robbie Motter explained, ÂHow could you forget women who are bold enough to wear crowns and boas with their suits and briefcases to a corporate event?Â Information about becoming a Registered Diva is available at http://www.diva-registry.com.
The Diva Registry was launched three weeks ago by Queen Divas Robbie Motter and Gisella Thomas and Cajun Diva Fannie Green. The official Diva Registry already consists of 100 registered Divas with unique names. The Divas, all of whom either own their own businesses or are in top corporate positions, have found that being a Diva releases the stress associated with holding such positions.
ÂWe have seen women who have signed up to be Divas go from being very shy to becoming more outgoing, relaxed and more fun within a short time,Â said Queen Diva Robbie Motter. ÂBeing a Diva allows us to be outrageous while having fun, and as an end result, we do more business, are less stressed and have a ball at the same time, which is what we all should be doing.Â
The five Divas, consisting of Robbie Motter from Sun City, CA; Gisella Thomas from Murrieta, CA; Margie Cloud from Temecula, CA; Fannie Green from Perris, CA and Kay Presto from Ontario, CA, created a buzz everywhere they went in New York City, and even had numerous requests on the plane for photographs. Constantly asked by others how they could become a registered Diva, the women met many wonderful and important people and received an invitation to the GovernorÂs St. PatrickÂs Day Breakfast at the Waldorf Astoria, where the editor of one of IrelandÂs largest magazines requested a photo.
Recently, the Divas visited the stands at the Oscars in L.A. and have numerous getaways planned for the future, including attending the Emmy Awards and a limousine trip to L.A. to see the play, ÂMenapause.Â Diva Queen Gisella Thomas explained, ÂThe fun part of being a Diva is that it gives you permission to be outrageous.Â
About the Diva Registry
Queen Diva Robbie Motter, originally from Hawaii, worked for over five year at a top corporate job in New York and Washington D.C. before starting her own company. She serves as the NAFE Western and Mid-Atlantic Regional Coordinator. She stated, ÂBeing a Diva puts fun in your life, and is especially great for Type-A personalities like me.Â
For more information about how to become a Registered Diva, please visit http://www.diva-registry.com.