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The Women TIES Women's Equality Division wants to keep up conversations about women's rights and women's equality throughout the summer.
Although the agenda of this meeting is not yet set in stone, it may include watching a feminist movie followed by discussion or a feminist topic each woman brings with her to discuss. At the rate of the political environment, it might also include some action plans or event organization/participation in some other local events. All we know is we want to join women together who have an interest in being feminist and changing our world for women.
Women TIES Founder Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham is hosting this event in our Pool House in Baldwinsville, New York with a limit of 15 women attend. There is a small cost for drinks/food and national materials.
The event is open to Women TIES members and women who have attended a Women TIES event in the past year.
About the Presenter
Women TIES, LLC will kick off their 12th year in business by adding an "Equality" division to their company to unite women who are interested in being more involved with equality issues for women. The idea stemmed from our dedication to women, the 100th Anniversary of New York State Women's Right to Vote and the Women's March on Washington.
Women's Equality Division will focus our work and activism on women's issues that include equal pay, supporting female politicians, freedom of choice, advancing sports in women, sexual assault and any other issue that directly impacts women. The women we will represent will be from any race, religion, sexual preference, background, or economic status. The Women TIES "Women's Equality Division" is for all women of all ages.
Women entrepreneurs are still trying to utilize many different forms of social media marketing to promote their companies and attract new clients. One of the most popular ways is using video.
At the Women TIES Rochester "How To Use YouTube to Grow Your Business," learn from Syracuse entrepreneur Jennifer Bernstein as she leads a dynamic seminar on how to use YouTube to establish yourself as an expert in your field and increase your revenue. Walk away determined to know if YouTube is the right platform for your business because Jennifer will provide simple yet powerful techniques for creating video content for your specific business, teach you some basics (e.g., how to create your channel, edit and upload videos, and optimize for SEO), and share her favorite free or inexpensive tools.
Jennifer's videos have earned over 326,000 views and viewers have spent over 19,000 hours watching her content! She will give you a behind-the-scenes account of how she has grown her channel and the very significant role it has played in growing her business. You'll leave the seminar with lots of easy-to-implement techniques.
We are looking for two sponsors for this program. Please contact Women TIES at 315-708-4288 with questions or your interest. Thank you!
About the Presenter
Dr. Jennifer Bernstein is the founder and president of Get Yourself Into College, Inc., which is dedicated to helping students transform the overwhelming college preparation and application process into a meaningful, exciting, and empowering experience.
She has nearly 20 years experience within the world of higher education. She's been a college English professor, served on admission and hiring committees, and worked as an academic mentor to gifted freshmen and sophomores at a groundbreaking honors college. Her students have been remarkably successful in earning admission to excellent colleges and in a recent admissions cycle were awarded over $1.9 million in merit-based scholarships.
Dr. Bernstein has written for and been featured in Edutopia, the Huffington Post, U.S. News & World Report, Black MBA, and LINK for Counselors.
Mark your calendar now for this special Spring event meant to make you develop stronger economic connections with women in the Central New York region.
Speaker Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham, who returned from running the 2017 Boston Marathon with Kathrine Switzer and Team 261 Fearless, will facilitate the speed networking event by infusing inspiration about being fearless in business and marketing. This is the perfect morning
Here is the event timeline:
9 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. - registration and networking
Bring business cards and marketing materials to hand out. Enjoy morning refreshments and a full hour or more of speed networking.This is a special morning event meant to reveal new women and businesses to work with in 2017!
Would you like GREAT Marketing? Sponsor or co-sponsor this event and get time to speak to the group and also get your name in print in all our marketing pieces prior to the event. You get a booth at the event as well! Take us up on this outstanding offer. Call us for details at 315-708-4288.
About the Presenter
Having just completed the historic Boston Marathon on April 17, 2017 with the one-and-only Kathrine Switzer, Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham learned how to be fearless in the face of long distance running in one of the most iconic and oldest marathons in America.
Training for and completing the marathon gave Higginbotham a new perspective on business "fearlessness" too. After being a supporter and advocate for women entrepreneurs the past 22 years, she is now wiser from this athletic experience and will bring some of the lessons into her business speeches and programs. Walk away inspired.
Women TIES Greater Finger Lakes Breakfast Networking Program “Creating New Big Endeavors for Your Business or Life” Sponsored by the New York Women's Business Center
Just as summer kicks off, women entrepreneurs should embrace a relaxed way of doing business and set time aside to contemplate new personal or professional endeavors to launch later in the year or in early 2018. Being "entrepreneurial" as a woman entrepreneur means constantly envisioning and enacting new projects, divisions or experiences to enrich one's future. Collaborative thinking and partnerships can also be beneficial in launching new ideas.
At the Women TIES Greater Finger Lakes "Creating New Big Endeavors for Your Business or Life," join two women entrepreneurs as they share experiences of how they added very different projects and events to their business to enrich it and expand in a new arena. Stacey Murphy, Founder of Murphy Grant Consulting, will share how and why she created NY Votes for Women: A Suffrage Centennial Anthology through Cayuga Lake Books and featuring stories from numerous Finger Lakes women. Also be inspired by Women TIES President Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham, as she shares her six month journey to train and participate in the Boston Marathon raising $8,000 to participate for Team 261Fearless and how transporting 110 women to the March on Washington impacted her business.
Come prepared to share your own "next chapter" story and converse as we all inspire each other over this breakfast program.
The event is sponsored by the New York Women's Business Center (www.nywbc.org).
About the Presenter
Nonprofits, municipalities and schools do great things for others, but busy professionals may have limited time or expertise to get the funds they need. Murphy Grant Consulting can help! We have raised over $7.5M for great causes over the last 18 years. Murphy Grant Consulting is improving the world, one proposal at a time.
Stacey Murphy is also creator of the"NY Votes for Women: A Suffrage Centennial Anthology" from women. Find out more at https://suffragestories.wordpress.com/about/ and also www.murphygrantconsulting.com.
If you were EXCITED to watch Women TIES Founder Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham run the 2017 Boston Marathon for Team 261Fearless and want a BIG CHANCE at running with Kathrine Switzer but this time in the New York City Marathon - you have a chance!
Team 261Fearless has a limited number of charity bibs. The application fee is $50 and needs to be done by May 25th at this link goo.gl/0LnSOV.
Applications are due prior to Thursday, May 25, 2017. All submissions require a US$50.00 non-refundable registration fee to the 261 Fearless, Inc. Applicants selected to run on behalf of 261 Fearless will be notified by Thursday, June 1, 2017.
Please note that due to the anticipated large volume of requests for just a limited number of entries, all applications will be reviewed and considered but are not guaranteed a spot on Team 261 Fearless. For any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Tracy will come run with you on some of your training runs!
It will be an AWESOME experience. GO BIG! Be Fearless, Be Free.
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