Our mission is to connect and empower our NAPW South Atlanta Chapter members by providing educational and social networking events while also giving back to our community,
Garden City, NY (PRWEB) June 13, 2013
Becky A. Davis, President of MVPwork LLC, a consulting and executive coaching firm for small businesses and entrepreneurs, delivered her powerful presentation, “INgage Your Heart” to members and guests.
The group of professional women also discussed exciting upcoming Chapter plans.
Nancy Delgadillo, South Atlanta Local Chapter President, kicked off the meeting by warmly welcoming the 90 plus members and guests in attendance.
She spoke about becoming an member and the organization's exciting new features for members.
The President also spoke about the South Atlanta Chapter’s June Membership Drive, its upcoming Art of Speed Networking - Summer Edition, the Art of Becoming A Professional Woman Teen Summer Camp and the Chapter’s October Georgia EXPO.
“Our mission is to connect and empower our NAPW South Atlanta Chapter members by providing educational and social networking events while also giving back to our community,” said Chapter President Nancy Delgadillo.
In keeping with that mission, the South Atlanta Chapter was pleased to host guest speaker Becky A. Davis of MVP Work.
“To say Becky was dynamic would simply be an understatement, her presentation was powerful and engaging!” said Chapter President Delgadillo.
Ms. Davis has over 20 years leadership and business building experience. She was the turnaround queen in her former role as a Regional Vice President for Luxottica, a fortune 500 company and the largest optical company in the world.
She is the President of MVPwork LLC, a consulting and executive coaching firm for small businesses and entrepreneurs, and the Founder of Leading in High Heels, a nonprofit business that provides leadership workshops to professional women who donate their shoes.
The Author of "The Leadership Transformation Blueprint" book and workbook, "10 Things Managers Should Know That Employees Hate and How It’s Costing you Profits," Ms. Davis’ latest book is "The P Factor: If You Want Profits, Productivity or Promotions Make Purpose and People a Priority."
She is the Career Coach and Expect the Best Article Writer for Hope for Women Magazine. Featured in several magazines including The Network Journal Black Professionals and Small Business News, Ms. Davis has been selected as a Powerful Women of Influence by The Chat Kafe Radio Show along with Former Mayor of Atlanta, Shirley Franklin, Actress/Director Jasmine Guy, Best Selling Author/ Speaker Valerie Burton and CNN Journalist Soledad O’Brien.
The featured charity of the month for the South Atlanta Local Chapter was “MADD” Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
The Chapter President announced that the Chapter has formed a group for the annual charity walk in September 2013 in which local members will participate to raise funds.
Before concluding the meeting, South Atlanta Local Chapter President Nancy Delgadillo thanked the Chapter’s sponsor American Roadhouse and Catering Director Marci Leonard for providing a feast of delicious sandwiches, wraps, salads, cookies, dips, etc. that the room full of businesswomen truly enjoyed during the networking meeting.
“NAPW is an excellent way for like-minded professional women to network and support each other's goals. Our South Atlanta Chapter embraces women beyond belief and constantly provides networking opportunities,” said President Delgadillo. “We have opened 2013 with a little under 600 amazing women in our monthly Chapter meetings.”
The next South Atlanta Local Chapter meeting will take place on Friday, June 21st at Monarch Tower in Buckhead for a luncheon titled “Change Your Life in an Instant” by certified Life Coach Linda Minnick.
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.