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If you are in our Ocala area, and would like to join our NAPW Ocala Chapter, please let me know. You can reach me, Lisa Wyatt, your President, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 352-425-3346.
The NAPW Ocala Chapter had our November meeting at Ocala Elks Lodge #286 at 702 N.E. 25th Avenue, Ocala, Florida on November 26, 2013. We met in the Elks meeting room, with networking from 6:30 pm to 7:00 pm, order dinner 7:00 to 7:15, NAPW meeting 7:15 to 7:30, program from 7:30 to 8:00pm.
President Lisa Wyatt welcomed NAPW members Dr. Barbara Brooks, Candice Czaplak, JoAnn Hemelrick, Vickie Kayuk, Lizzie Lennon, Marisol Medina-Castaneda and NAPW guests attending who were Sue Bruzdziak, Christian Castaneda and Christian Castaneda, Jr. Every member and guest is welcome to bring friends and colleagues to each and every NAPW meeting. You are always welcomed to introduce yourself and your business at each and every meetingJ!
President Lisa Wyatt thanked the members and guests that donated to the NAPW Thanksgiving Basket project which allowed us to give 5 families enough food to provide a nice Thanksgiving dinner. Please help me in thanking NAPW members Dr. Barbara Brooks, Candice Czaplak, Jackie Farrar, Vickie Kayuk, Jeanne Henningsen, Lizzie Lennon, Jennifer Ortiz, myself, and NAPW guests who contributed whom were Regis Boatwright and Diane DeWinter. It takes a strong team of women to accomplish our missionsJ! We delivered these baskets earlier that day at the Howard Academy Community Center, and Vickie Kayuk and Glenn Wyatt decorated the room for the upcoming “Chosen Children’s Christmas Party” to be held on December 13th, 2013.
We welcomed Candice Czaplak back for our November program as she discussed 7 Simple Secrets to Supercharge your $uccess and get more of what you really want in your business and in your life. The following is Candice’s bio:
Candice is a mother of 2 wonderful boys: Zavier is 8 and Zackry is 11. She has been married to her husband Gus for over 15 years and the four of them, with their dog Maggie, live in Summerfield, FL.
Candice has over 20 years of experience in helping people and is a passionate and trusted co-creative thinking partner for her esteemed clients. Formally educated, skilled and experienced as a coach, educator, trainer, consultant, negotiator and problem solver, she is the professional you want to partner with to maximize your personal and professional $uccess.
Candice is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of The State University of New York (SUNY) Buffalo earning both a BA in Psychology and a second BA in Human Services. With her undergraduate degrees, she earned the prestigious title of “Highest Distinction” for her Masters level research work and Honors thesis and defense under a word renowned Social Psychology Professor Emeritus specializing in the field of negotiation.
Candice took her formal education beyond the two Bachelor’s degrees with Graduate school, attending Indiana University at Bloomington for graduate study in MS Counseling and continuing later to Niagara University for graduate study in MBA (Masters of Business Administration).
She is the daughter of a school teacher turned stay-at-home mother and very successful entrepreneur father. Candice has been working since the age of 15 amassing a vast palette of experience in a whole variety of fields including: medical, social services, higher education, banking, non-profit, manufacturing, accounting, concrete supply, construction, restaurant/hospitality, Human Resources, Staffing, program management Department of the Army and Federal contracting, home care, real estate, remodeling and home inspections to name the most.
Candice earned herself the title of Mompreneur when she founded her first business while she was pregnant with her second son. Including the original, Candice has started 5 different profitable businesses and additionally moved and re-started 3 of them – needless to say, she knows a thing or two about business and entrepreneurship.
Currently, there are 2 active businesses in the Czaplak household. Her husband, Gus holds the primary reigns of TLC Home Inspections and Candice is settled into her roots happily pursuing her passion of helping people on a deep and meaningful level as a Professional Coach | Consultant | Trainer as the Founder and CEO of Success Catalyst International.
If you wish to be placed on our agenda for a program, please contact me. I am continuing to see a growing number of NAPW members and guests doing business with each other, women doing business with women, that’s what NAPW is all about and certainly a vision we all totally embrace! For our December 17th meeting, we are having a dinner/dance celebration for our NAPW members, no program, just fun! Our January program will be Jennifer Ortiz.
After giving out our door prizes, our meeting adjourned at 8:15pm. We are all eager to meet more of our members at our next meetingJ! Please RSVP to President Lisa at email@example.com or 352-425-3346 for meeting attendance. Be sure to bring business cards, brochures, products, etc. to each and every meeting to pass out to everyone and/or sell your product. If you need your own table for display, please contact Lisa Wyatt so she can meet that request.
We will be very busy from now until the end of the year. We will hold our 1st Annual “Chosen Children’s Christmas Party” for homeless and underprivileged youth December 13th at the Howard Academy Community Center from 5pm till 7pm. We have raised over $800 for this party for the children, and have around 35 children so far to serve! President Lisa will be asking for volunteers to help buy the presents for the children, gift wrap the gifts, put the Christmas stockings together from now until the 13th. We also need volunteers for those evenings’ activities. So far, we have the following members who have agreed to help: Lisa and Glenn Wyatt, Vickie Kayuk, Jennifer Ortiz, Barbara Brooks, Marisol Medina-Castaneda and her husband and son, Jane Moerlie, Nicole Stewart from PCN, and we could use a couple moreJ! Please let me know if you can be of help! This evening will be a wonderful experience for allJ!
And to end our year with great exuberance, we will have our NAPW Ocala Chapter Christmas Dinner/Dance on December 17th from 7pm to 10pm in the Ocala Elks Lodge room. Details to follow the first week of December. We especially want to extend a warm welcome to our new NAPW Gainesville membersJ! This would be a wonderful opportunity to meet your NAPW Ocala members since we are all one big happy family nowJ!
Come enjoy your members at our December 17th NAPW celebration and get to know your local NAPW businesses and women!
Respectfully submitted by President Lisa Wyatt, November 30, 2013.
I will be attending tomorrow's meeting 8/27/2013. What time does the meeting start and will the location be at the Ocala Elks Lodge #286 at 702 N.E. 25th Avenue, Ocala, Florida? I look forward to meeting everyone!
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The NAPW Ocala Chapter will hold a Membership and Social at Ruby Tuesday, 3500 SW College Road, #100, Ocala Florida, on Tuesday evening February 19, 2013, from 5:30 to 7:30. Husbands, friends, significant others welcome:)! Contact President Lisa Wyatt at 352-425-3346 for more information! Read More