We are going to set up a referral process so we can help each other succeed in our businesses...
Garden City, NY (PRWEB) January 20, 2012
The NAPW Las Vegas Local Chapter met for several networking meetings throughout the late fall and early winter. The chapter met on Wednesday, November 9th at the Brentwood Café, on Sunday, December 11th, also at the Brentwood Café, and on Thursday, January 12th.
Barbara Henry, Las Vegas Chapter President, opened the November 9th meeting at 5:45pm by welcoming all members and guest Olivia from MetLife. The group discussed the newsletter and announcements, as well as the information available on NAPW.com. The chapter discussed having their annual Christmas party in December during the meeting scheduled for the 11th. The Brentwood Café was chosen as the location because of the convenience and consistency.
In attendance at the November meeting were: Barbara Henry, Chapter President; Cheryl Trent of All State Insurance; Ashley Perez-Green, Entrepreneur; Terri, Authors; Evelyn Manet, Entrepreneur; Leona Perez, guest from Buffalo Wings; and guest Olivia from MetLife. The meeting was adjourned at 6:50pm.
Barbara Henry opened the December 9th meeting and holiday party at 6:00pm. The chapter started the meeting with introductions of members and guests. Members in attendance were Barbara Henry, Chapter President; Cheryl Trent of Allstate Insurance; Ashley Perez of Green Queen Co.; Ms. Wilson of IBM; and Tiffany Strow, Massage Therapist. Everyone gave a short description about their business.
The group focused their agenda and discussion the importance of helping one another succeed in their individual businesses and endeavors.
“We are going to set up a referral process so we can help each other succeed in our businesses,” said Barbara.
On January 12th, the chapter started their meeting with introductions of all members. In attendance were: Barbara Henry, Cheryl Trent, Ashley Perez, Andria Coleman, Guadalupe of Security Mortgage, Becky Palmer, Terri Liggins, Rita Ravin, Aleda Michels, Carol Carpenter, and Barbara Oliver.
Everyone gave a brief description about themselves and their businesses and enjoyed the snacks and drinks. The group discussed meeting locations and decided to return to The Brentwood Café.
A roundtable discussion on NAPW benefits and the current newsletter content was held and Barbara asked everyone to email her with ideas and suggestions for upcoming meeting content. The meeting was adjourned at 8:00pm.
The National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) is the largest and most recognized network of female professionals. NAPW provides a forum where women can interact, exchange ideas, educate, network, and empower. NAPW Local Chapters allow members to maximize their experience through meetings, networking opportunities, and professional events.