Expert Females of Philadelphia, PA Networked and Planned 2013 Meetings at NAPW Philadelphia Chapters February Event


Garden City, NY (PRWEB) February 26, 2013

Members and guests of the NAPW Philadelphia, PA Nearby Chapter gathered on February 6th for a skilled networking meeting at the Wanamaker Building.

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The group of specialist women had the opportunity to network using the Chapters SupportWorks initiative and also made headway in choosing charities to help and workshops to hold.

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NAPW Philadelphia Neighborhood Chapter President Naketa Thigpen named the monthly meeting to order by inviting all to introduce themselves. She thanked Chapter Vice President Deb Vogel for hosting the meeting and reviewed the meeting agenda. Naketa pointed out to members and guests the beneficial connections they have produced by means of NAPW membership and talked about how potent their influences on every single other can be.

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The President announced that the Philadelphia Chapters networking initiative SupportWorks is back in action. Writing members and guests names on a white board helped make networking time a lot more powerful before and following meetings.

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SupportWorks helped a lot of members connect after the meeting, mentioned Naketa. Roz was in a position to find volunteers for her church event. Melinda found some ladies interested in her coffee. Yolanda discovered a connection to assist spread the word about her merchant solutions. The connections go on!

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As element of the strategic arranging focus of the meeting, the group also discussed potential events that will aid educate and/or raise money for a charity, as properly as themes and guest speakers for upcoming workshops.

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Naketa put collectively a template for arranging with sections for charities, events, workshop subjects/speakers, and fundraisers so members and guests had been in a position to add their input. A number of attendees supplied ideas for some charities the group could assistance including Tyesha Loves suggestions, Breathing Area and Evoluer Home Lawanna Scales presented Druding Center as a wonderful organization Freda Magee mentioned the neighborhood organization, Camp Dream Catcher Denise Coubars-Payne talked about a strong organization, Teen Challenge, as a feasible organization to partner with as effectively as the Wounded Warrior Project and Wavey Hull mentioned Dress for Accomplishment.

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Other folks talked about numerous much more. As you can see, the females have several excellent charities near and dear to their hearts. But voting came down to Evoluer Home, Teen Challenge, Breathing Area Foundation, and Druding Center as charities the Chapter will appear into additional to see which one particular we can support out the most, mentioned Naketa.

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Yet another common suggestion was produced by Lawanna who spoke about how the Philadelphia Chapter can offer you a career fair/workshop to young or struggling girls.

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We loved this suggestion! Many, many, several of our females have talents to supply for a program like that. We could also get aspiring beauty tech students to come out for mani/pedis! And even much better, it looks like we will be partnering with the Delaware County Nearby Chapter to be additional influential, mentioned the Chapter President, who encouraged attendees to email any other ideas to nthigpen(at)thigpro(dot)com.

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As for upcoming workshops, Lyn Kramer will present a workshop on lead creating at the March 6th Philadelphia Chapter meeting. She will give attendees with professional ideas and ideas on how to generate more leads. Chapter Secretary Amber Minotti supplied to teach a workshop on asking for referrals and Anita Trump asked for a workshop on social networking.&#13

There have been a quantity of announcements created about a range of upcoming events that Philadelphia members are involved with, including:

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Lawana Scales is working on a Jazz Festival Could 4th and 5th in Bryn Mawr, PA. Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church is hosting the jazz festival to help the work of Heeding Gods Get in touch with, which aids to stomp out the proliferation of illegal guns in the Delaware Valley. The event features jazz greats Gerald Veasley and Bill Jolly, along with young jazz artists from Girard Academic Music Plan (GAMP). For ticket information and information, pay a visit to bmpc.org. Also, the festival is offering an chance for nonprofit organizations and firms to come out and display their info if they are involved with anti-violence education.

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Monique Eversley is gearing up for her initial Annual Philadelphia All-natural Hair Show on Could 4th. Monique is seeking for corporate sponsors. Send all requests to Monique(at)yhdevents(dot)com. For much more info, go to facebook.com.

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Upcoming networking event for nonprofits and for-profits to network with each other on March 7th will be held at The Bleu Martini. Uncover out a lot more details from new Philadelphia Chapter member Kristen Britt at 267-902-7539 or go to b2bbash.com.

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Thigpens Experts presents their Breaking Barriers in Organization Free Workshop and Networking Series on Strategic Planning, Building and Strengthening Leadership Skills, Efficient Communication and Time Management starting on February 21st at 836 N. 3rd St, Philadelphia, PA. Register at TPbreakingbarriers.eventbrite.com.

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NAPW Delaware County Chapter is nevertheless gathering positive statements and affirmations for the Specialists Book they are putting collectively. All members who are affiliated with that Chapter are encouraged to participate by emailing your positive quotes to Deanne Lonnquist at detig2(at)yahoo(dot)com. Please send Deanne any events youd like listed.

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Kenyetta Overton, CEO and Owner of The M.O.M. Project is in pursuit of grant funding, individual donors, and sponsorships. The Project is the designated recipient for the Plant the Seed Book Sale Winter Fundraiser. With the funds, they plan to publish a tenth anniversary anthology that will be accessible in 2014. Also in the course of 2013-2014, the organization intends to expand outdoors of the Drexel family and start facilitating workshops in charter and private schools. In 2014, they are slated to launch their very first summer time writing intensive day camp. To do that, the M.O.M Project is investigating sponsorship possibilities, reaching out to businesses that have community engagement missions that match theirs, as nicely as person donors. If thats you or a fellow associate, contact Ms. Overton at contactmom(at)muralsofthemind(dot)com

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Just before the meeting was adjourned for the evening, the Chapter Vice President announced the Philadelphia Chapter will meet March 6th on the 17th floor of the Graham Creating, situated at 30 S. 15th Street, from 6 to 7:30pm. Riki Redente, Esq., will be the evenings host. All interested in attending are asked to RSVP by March 4th to nthigpen(at)thigpro(dot)com

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The following members had been in attendance at the February Philadelphia meeting: &#13

Naketa R. Thigpen, NAPW Philadelphia Regional Chapter President and President and Co-owner of Thigpens Pros, LLC, which supplies individual and professional improvement solutions through employee- and executive-focused in-service instruction, interactive workshops for trainers, empowerment seminars, and coaching solutions for entrepreneurs. Visit her site at thigpro.com adhere to Naketa on Facebook or Twitter.

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Deb Yogel, Chapter Vice President, Director of IT High quality Plan at the Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia. Deb specializes in approach improvement and operations service management. Get in touch with her at yogel(at)email(dot)chop(dot)edu.

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DeAnne Lonnquist, NAPW Delaware County Chapter President, Social Media Guru President of Philadelphia, Recovery Counselor. She can be contacted at detig2(at)yahoo(dot)com.

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Amber Minotti, Chapter Secretary and SMG Committee Member, Economic Advisor at ING Monetary Partners. Amber has a background in advertising and marketing. Contact her at amber.minotti(at)temple(dot)edu.

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Freda K. Magee, Chapter Treasurer, Independent Organization Owner of Ignite Power. Freda specializes in consulting, training, and business administration. Visit her internet site at shine4u.igniteinc.biz or con

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