Our top priority was the upcoming holiday celebration event on December 5th,” said Katherine. “We discussed... how interested members may secure a table to display and sell their products at the event.
Garden City, NY (PRWEB) December 05, 2012
Members and guests of the NAPW The Woodlands, TX Local Chapter gathered on November 7th for a professional networking luncheon at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott. This was the Chapter’s second pre-launch meeting. During the networking event, the group of professional women discussed plans for the upcoming holiday celebration event and welcomed the Chapter’s newest member.
NAPW The Woodlands, TX Local Chapter President Katherine Seitan-Frowijn kicked off the pre-launch event by welcoming members and guests to the Marriott, which is located on The Waterway in Town Center, adjacent to retail shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues.
Our top priority was the upcoming holiday celebration event on December 5th,” said Katherine. “We discussed the meal selection and how interested members may secure a table to display and sell their products at the event."
Other agenda topics discussed during the pre-launch meeting included charity events the Chapter may become involved with and ways to grow The Woodlands Chapter. To that end, Katherine welcomed the Chapter’s newest member, Sherri Segari, a guest of the President’s through the registration website Eventbrite.
“Sherri made the decision to join The Woodlands, TX Local Chapter and we are thrilled to welcome her as a member,” said the Chapter President.
Sherri is an Executive Employment Recruiter with Stewart Cooper & Coon and a Culinary Events Coordinator with Food & Vine Time Productions. Sherri volunteers on a regular basis at the YMCA; as well as on a variety of other worthy charities.
Members present for the November pre-launch meeting were:
Katherine Seitan-Frowijn is the Owner of Ozkaa Technologies, an information technology company specializing in software engineering. Katherine is a Solutions Architect and gets involved with a project at the time of inception, oversees the functional analysis of developing the initial requirements, and leads the transformation from the overall vision into the projected solution.
Dianne Buck, Owner of Dianne’s Custom Floral Designs, creates silk floral arrangements using cowboy boots, belts, watering cans, wheel barrels, and a variety of other materials to showcase her talent for designing unique country western arrangements. Dianne uses wine corks as another element in her business to create custom wreaths.
Virginia de Bond, Financial Controller with Spring Surgical Center, is currently in charge of developing and implementing an effective system of accounting, managing the payroll system, and maintaining accurate and current bylaw records. She was promoted to this position in February 2012.
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.