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IMPACT for Enterprising Women meets at the Phoenix City Grille, 5816 N. 16th St., Phoenix, AZ 85016 the last Friday of each month (January through October) with a holiday luncheon the first Friday of December.

IMPACT for Enterprising Women


To learn more, contact Janet Tubbs, 602-667-4727


For reservations or luncheon questions, contact 601-861-5323- or impactforenterprisingwomen1@gmail.com

Like Us

In 1976 Mary Jo West became the first woman to anchor a newscast in Phoenix with CBS affiliate Channel 10. Her broadcasting partner was Bill Close, a Valley institution even then.

But Mary Jo was never merely a groundbreaking journalist. From the beginning, she was taken into the hearts of viewers in a manner that rendered her larger than life. Her painful breakup with her first husband fed the local gossip grist mills for months. When she sang Maria's role in The Sound of Music for the Phoenix Little Theatre, people flocked to the show in such numbers that the production became the most successful ever mounted in the company's sixty-year history.'

Luncheon is $22 at the door / $23 credit card.

Bring lots of business

cards, energy, and a smile.

Friday, September 28, 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. at Phoenix City Grille, 16th Street and Bethany Home Road, Phoenix

Have you ever wanted to learn how to:


Instantly recall the NAMES and FACES of your clients and prospects?


• DOUBLE your PRODUCTIVITY… while cutting your stress in half?


• Remember multiple lists of items without ever having to write anything down?


• Just improve your overall memory—PERIOD?

Come join the fun and don’t miss out on what’s guaranteed to be a highly entertaining and unforgettable event!

Luncheon is $22 cash or check at the door ($23 credit card).


Reservations: By noon on September 27 to our reservation line: 601.861.5323 or email to: impactforenterprisingwomen1@gmail.com


About Sean:
Sean M. O’Neil is the President of Remember Media, LLC and is also the Founder and CEO of his speaking & training company, Memory Dynamics, Inc. (480) 659-4988

Sean is a professional member of the National Speakers Association and is regarded as one of America’s most entertaining and motivating speakers on the topic of developing an instant-recall memory.

For the past 16 years, he has spoken annually to nearly 200 businesses, corporations and associations and has clients spanning virtually every industry.

Mr. O’Neil’s passion is rooted in teaching professionals (regardless of their age, job title, gender or IQ) to unlock their own personal “photographic” memory through easily transferrable skills and very powerful techniques.

August 31, 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m., Phoenix City Grille, 16th Street and Bethany Home Rd.

Luncheon is $22 by cash or check at the door. $23 by credit card.

Communication is the key to everything. It must be clear and understandable. Learn tips and secrets to communicating with your, clients or customers, your employees, your vendors and even your family.

About Ed:
Since his first lemonade stand at age six, Ed has been a businessman all his life. He has started over half a dozen businesses. He took a detour into meteorology and two terms in the Arizona State Senate. With that background, he has done over 20,000 live broadcasts and 500 plus speeches. He has learned how to best communicate with an audience and loves it!

Ed also has over a million copies of his 25 books in print and is an airplane and helicopter pilot.

• What to bring
Bring lots of business cards, your energy, and a smile.


 

Presented by Jacqueline Destremps of Another Hand Advantage

Not having a solid digital marketing foundation can prevent you from reaching your marketing goals. Through strategic use of social media, digital advertising, website presence and email marketing, learn how each piece can work together to be more productive as a whole and propel your organization to growth.

About Jacqueline:
Jacqueline Destremps is a creative marketing strategist and founded Another Hand Advantage, LLC in 2014 to help community-minded small business owners and nonprofit professionals move forward more confidently with their marketing strategy.

After graduating from Arizona State University with a degree in Psychology, she has spent her professional career working in both the nonprofit and for-profit sector.

She now enjoys being self-employed and the flexibility it provides to allow more time to volunteer, serve on nonprofit boards, choose pro-bono projects, run 100+ Women Who Care Valley of the Sun (which she co-founded in 2014) and travel the world. Jacqueline believes in creating connections between businesses and nonprofits in the community to stimulate growth and collaboration and recently launched her own live radio show and podcast, 3C Amplified, to highlight change-makers in our communities.

• Where and when

July 27, 2018, 11:30 a.m., Phoenix City Grille, 5816 N. 16th Street, Phoenix

Reservation line: 601.861.5323 or email to:impactforenterprisingwomen1@gmail.com

• What to bring
Bring lots of business cards, your energy, and a smile.

• Important to know
Luncheon is $22 by cash or check at the door. $23 by credit card.

We're excited about June's very special meeting.

Joy Klein, Foundation Scholarship Administrator from the Maricopa Community College Foundation, will share information with us about the process of awarding our annual scholarships (3 at $1,000 this year!) and our scholarship winners will also speak.

Then:

Maricela Reed of Friendly House will tell us about their GED preparation classes which include job readiness training, where students learn how to maintain their current job or enter into a career that provides a family sustaining wage. Impact for Enterprising Women has contributed more than $1,000 toward helping deserving women pay for their GED testing.

Bring lots of business cards, your energy, and a smile.


Luncheon is $22 by cash or check at the door. $23 by credit card.

Date:  Friday, May 26, 2018 @ Phoenix City Grille

Business owners spend all their time building their business and their hard work should not be spoiled by unnecessary legal disputes. Learn how to be proactive to avoid and defend against lawsuits.

About Lori:
Lori Brown of Hymson Goldstein Pantiliat & Lohr, PLLC, has extensive experience in labor and employment law as well as commercial litigation. Ms. Brown regularly advises clients on employment-related legal issues in an effort to avoid litigation. She practices in both state and federal courts.

Ms. Brown earned her undergraduate degree from George Washington University, graduating cum laude and earned her Juris Doctorate from Emory University School of Law. In addition to being a member of the State Bar of Arizona, Ms. Brown is also admitted to practice in Nevada, California, Maryland, New York and the District of Columbia.

https://scottsdale-lawyer.com/

• What to bring
Bring lots of business cards, your energy, and a smile.

• Important to know
Luncheon is $22 by cash or check at the door. $23 by credit card or PayPal in advance.

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