Cleveland Chapter
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Jua'nean Jones Hello everyone, my name is Jua’nean Jones and I am the Administrative Team Lead and Facilities Manager for MarshBerry. I have held executive administrative positions in legal, medical and business fields throughout my career and currently manage the Administrative Assistant Team based in our corporate headquarters in Woodmere, OH. My role requires me to interact with various levels of management, client, and contractor by offering high levels and in-depth knowledge of customer service, office administration, and employee training and development. I also serve as facilities manager for all of MarshBerry’s offices located in NY, MI, TX, CA, and OH. Serving as liaison between contractors, building management, and vendors, I am the first point of contact ensuring that things operate smoothly from start to finish. Founded in 1981, MarshBerry is a leading consulting and M&A advisory firm servicing the insurance industry. Our clients are insurance businesses looking to drive growth, profit, efficiency and value. The mission of our organization is to help our clients learn, improve and realize their value. I invite you to visit our website to learn more about who we are and what we do. (For every client challenge, we have a solution). www.MarshBerry.com
  • Aug 12, 2016
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    Kim Kaselionis Ladies, I would like to introduce myself to the chapter with a quick hello. My name is Kim Kaselionis and I am the founder and managing partner at Breakaway Funding, LLC in the San Francisco Bay Area. Because our community capital model works in any sector, in any community, anywhere, I invite you to explore our website, register for our upcoming webinar and of course reach out with questions if you're ready to grow your business. Thank you and I look forward to learning more about the chapter.
  • Jul 22, 2016
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    Angela Spring, MSM, CPC EXCELLENT CUSTOMER SERVICE... PRACTICE MAKES PROFITS Our Diamond Service Workshop will teach you the secrets that world-wide successful businesses practice to attract new customers, gain customer loyalty, develop brand recognition, and increase profits. The truth is, customers are not always right but they are the reason why your business exists. So what’s your master plan to increase and maintain excellent customer satisfaction? Take your business to top level success by attending this interactive training event. Perfect for start-ups, scale-ups, and even aspiring entrepreneurs. Reserve your tickets on Eventbrite.
  • Jul 20, 2016
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    Willa Theus The month of Junes’ event theme was “Hunger Awareness.” The Greater Cleveland Food Bank works diligently to fight hunger and to provide resources allowing individuals and families to break out of poverty. NAPW-CLE joined in their effort to meet the needs of those in the surrounding community. We volunteered June, 13, 14, or 16. The evening began with a short video. It informed volunteers of the impending need to donate and volunteer to help alleviate hunger for many in our fair city. Matthew Jackson, Volunteer Services Assistant, provided instruction for our tasks that evening. We share the evening with many other volunteers. We engaged in conversation with a group representing the Cuyahoga Common Pleas Court. Volunteering is not something you do for people who are not as fortunate as yourself, it is an exchange. Most people find themselves in need at some point in their lives. On June 13, 14, and 16, 2016 NAPW CLE had the ability to others, but tomorrow we may be the recipient of someone else's volunteer effort.
  • Jul 01, 2016
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    Joan Washburn, ACC I am honored to have been chosen to be featured in this month's SOAR TO SUCCESS magazine. It's interesting reading about the pivotal points in your life from another person's perspective. They captured it perfectly. Reading the first page of the article really hit me in the gut. No other way to say it. http://soartosuccessmagazine.com/ Please let me know if you can relate! If you are a smart driven professional woman, I'll be amazed if you don't! jw@washburnendeavours.com http://soartosuccessmagazine.com/
  • May 26, 2016
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    Willa Theus Featured at Thursday, May 19th event was “Health & Fitness.” NAPW – CLE was ready to join others in the Soza Fitness & Wellness yoga class. From the beginner to the advanced level, Soza’s complete yoga practice is intended for all levels of students. The key disciplines in a yoga class are deep breathing, rejuvenating relaxation, and gentle stretching. Soza’s yoga class gave NAPW – CLE participants lots of energy and recharged our souls on a deep level. Our instructor, Stephanie Murphy, guided all participants to enjoy the yoga experience. Stephanie began with gentle warm-ups like the eye, neck, and shoulder exercises. Breath control was next. This recharges the lungs, the blood, and tissues with fresh oxygen. It helps balance the mind and hormones. These exercises were followed by arm and leg raises to warm up the body by stretching and strengthening all the muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Yoga class ended with the reconnection of body and spirit. Our posture from the beginning to the end of class combined efforts with relaxation and listening to the signals from our bodies. Member participation is necessary to receive all that NAPW can offer. We look forward to meeting with all of you soon! News about the Chapter’s upcoming events is posted on our Local Chapter Wall http://www.napw.com/chapters/cleveland-chapter. Upcoming Events June 13,14, or 16 “Hunger Awareness” at the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, 15500 S Waterloo Rd., Cleveland, Ohio, 44110. You must register for this event. July 12 “Passion Party”, Speed Coaching at the Warrensville Hts. Library, 4415 Northfield Road, Warrensville Hts., Ohio, 44128. August 25 “Family Reunion”, how does culture impact career decisions and work ethics? The event is held at the Warrensville Hts. Library, 4415 Northfield Road, Warrensville Hts., Ohio, 44128. “Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.” – Albert Schweitzer
  • May 24, 2016

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    President: Willa Theus