Community Action and Involvement at the Aldrich House The NAPW's Providence Chapter has a big event planned for our June meeting, and we'd love to see some of the Warwick women attend! The Aldrich House is a historical landmark in the East Side, and we are meeting there on June 24th from 5:30-7pm; the address is 110 Benevolent Street in Providence. Maria Tocco, the creator of Providence Flea [who also happens to be Lt. Governer Elizabeth Roberts' Director of Public and ... Read More
Welcome to the Warwick chapter page. If you are looking for the opportunity to meet and network with other women business owners, professionals and potential new friends then come and participate.
Happy 2014!!! As the new year begins it is a time to reflect back on 2013 and determine what the future will look like. I believe we haad a great year in 2013 and I appreciate all of the support that I have received from our members and your participation in our monthly meetings. In addition the opportunity, to meet each of you has been a blessing.
As we embark into 2014, let me know your thoughts on future events, speakers meeting format, etc. As I have always said this is our meeting so I want to make sure we are hearing from everyone and adjusting as needed. So we can build a chapter that provides you what you are looking for in a professional organization through the sharing of ideas, educational opportunities, development of new friendships and personal motivation.
Good Afternoon Ladies,
This is a reminder of our Warwick Chapter meeting for August. We will be meeting this Wednesday 8/20/14 at 6 pm at the Corner Bakery in Garden City Shopping Center. Please RSVP to this email or to my personal email at email@example.com.
Our speaker this month is Ann Hession. Ann is also an NAPW member and owns a business called "Turning Problems into Profits". Ann will be speaking with us about business ownership. Whether you already own your own business or are looking to start one in the future Ann has some information to share. Ann's bio is below.
My name is Ann Hession and I help small business owners reach more people, make more sales, and transform their most persistent problems into the source of lasting profits. I am the owner of Turning Problems into Profits, which I believe is the most powerful client attraction system out there today, specializing in the growth and development of small business. I received my Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Harvard University, a graduate certificate in HR from Northeastern, and have trained extensively with marketing gurus and thought leaders Jay Abraham and Chet Holmes. My hobbies and interests include gardening, reading, personal growth and development and serving with my family as a foster home for rescued dogs. I am drawn to and passionate about charitable organizations such as the Center for Women and Enterprise.
I look forwarded to seeing everyone.
Warwick Chapter President
- Wednesday, September 10, 2014: September Chapter Meeting - Corner Bakery, Warwick at 6 pm
- Wednesday, October 15, 2014: October Meeting - save the date
- Wednesday, August 20, 2014: August Meeting - location Corner Bakery, Garden City 6 PM
- Wednesday, July 23, 2014: July NAPW meeting
- Wednesday, June 18, 2014: June NAPW meeting
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What can almost 500,000 NAPW Sisters nationwide do together this Holiday Season? Send a free e-letter to help move a Workplace Bill forward! Get Chapter credit for this charitable act! Send this to your chapter members for them to participate by December 31st and your chapter will be able to add this Act to its list of NAPW Charitable Acts performed in the month of December. The Healthy Workplace Bill Today, in the U. S., workplace ... Read More
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September 25, 2013 The NAPW Warwick Chapter has been growing, with 12 women meeting in September. We met at the NYLO, a distinctive boutique hotel located in Warwick, RI with an urban chic industrial feel. Our guest speaker was Pipier Bewlay, president of our NAPW Warwick chapter and VP of Human Resources for Cox Communications Northeast Region on the topic of networking. Our evening began once again in NYLO’s beautifully appointed Loft Bar & Restaurant, networkin... Read More
August 28, 2013 The NAPW Warwick Chapter included twelve women in August. We met at the NYLO, a distinctive boutique hotel located in Warwick, RI with an urban chic industrial feel. Our guest speaker was Patti Avin owner ofTutor Doctor, a leader in providing affordable individualized supplementary education to students and adults via in-home tutoring to families. Our evening began in NYLO’s beautifully appointed Loft Bar & Restaurant, networking over cocktails and a sc... Read More
June 25, 2013 The NAPW Warwick Chapter meeting grew to include 10 women in June. We met at Chianti’s Restaurant in East Greenwich, RI. Our invited guest, Kim Falcone, spoke about her experiences as an herbalist and her “deep respect for the natural world”. Kim offered a brief history of how her business, Lily’s Garden Herbalswas founded. She is a descendent of Ann Hutchinson, born Anne Marbury (1591–1643), who was a Puritan spiritual adviser and mother of ... Read More
REMINDER -JUNE MEETING!! Please join us for our June National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) meeting on Wednesday 6/26/13 at Chianti’s restaurant located at 195 Old Forge Rd, E. Greenwich/Warwick. We will start with at 5:30 pm with networking. Come join the fun and education – Kim Falcone, Owner of Lily’s Garden Herbals (lilysgardenherbals.com) is going to share information about her organization, and give us a little education on using herbal products for health ... Read More