I’m pleased to announce that a nurse from Lourdes Hospital has accepted our offer to be a guest speaker at the NAPW Binghamton Chapter’s meeting...She will be discussing women’s health and what screenings are recommended for women over 30 years of age.
Garden City, NY (PRWEB) April 02, 2013
The group of professional women enjoyed an evening of networking, dinner, and entertainment, and having the opportunity to get to know one another better.
Members discussed attending the upcoming NAPW National Networking Conference on April 26th in New York City.
NAPW Binghamton Local Chapter President Domonica Creeley kicked off the meeting by welcoming everyone, briefly speaking about the Binghamton Chapter meeting agenda, and how the meeting would progress.
Members were asked to introduce themselves, talk about why they joined NAPW, and what they would like to gain from this experience. They also placed a heart in the draw bag for a networking exercise and the chance to win two prizes.
The members then discussed some of the member benefits that NAPW has to offer, and what items they have taken advantage of recently.
“We also spoke about the 2013 NAPW National Networking Conference in New York City,” said the Chapter President.
“Spots are filling up quickly so members are urged to RSVP to this exciting event as soon as they can!”
Domonica announced that in an effort to accommodate members’ busy schedules, the Binghamton Local Chapter will now meet on the third Wednesday of every month. She also spoke about next month’s guest speaker.
“I’m pleased to announce that a nurse from Lourdes Hospital has accepted our offer to be a guest speaker at the NAPW Binghamton Chapter’s meeting,” said the Chapter President.
“She will be discussing women’s health and what screenings are recommended for women over 30 years of age.”
The President told the crowd that the guest speaker said she would take questions from any person in attendance at the April meeting privately if someone has specific questions they would not feel comfortable discussing in the presence of members and guests in attendance.
The Binghamton Chapter members discussed the April meeting location, and Domonica said she would look into a location that is close to the hospital, to accommodate the guest speaker, and one that is also convenient to all attendees.
Members in attendance included: Marianne Kaufmann is a Project Manager/Technology Consultant at DTCC-The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation, which specializes in global finances. She is currently involved with Project Management Institute. She is also a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner and a member of the Feldenkrais Guild of North America.
Domonica Creeley works for Groundwater Sciences Corporation as an Administrative Assistant. Groundwater Sciences Corporation’s principal services include hydrogeological consulting, focusing on solving complex groundwater and soil contamination problems and the development of water resources for public and private use.
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.