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SUNY Oswego Hosts Ernst & Young Lecture Featuring National Expert on Women in STEM - Media Sponsored by Women TIES
Women TIES is proud to media sponsor this special event featuring electrical engineer, bestselling author and chief executive officer of the National Women's Hall of Fame Jill Tietjen as she presents "Discovering Amazing STEM Women" at SUNY Oswego's Ernst & Young Lecture.
The event will be free and open to the public. Those without a current SUNY Oswego parking permit can visit oswego.edu/administration/parking for information about obtaining a single-day permit.
Following her lecture, Tietjen will sign copies of her award-winning book "Her Story: A Timeline of the Women Who Changed America."
Tietjen, considered a top historian on scientific and technical women, will talk about some of the key women figures in science, technology, engineering and mathematics and their impact on the field and in U.S. history. She will draw from "Her Story," which she co-authored with Charlotte S. Waisman, documenting more than 850 women in U.S. history from 1587 to 2011 in a vivid visual timeline format, with a foreword by Madeleine Albright, former secretary of state.
Her other published books include the "Setting the Record Straight" series, which explores the history of women in accounting, engineering and professional achievement.
A reception will precede the lecture at 5 p.m. in the concourse of the Marano Campus Center.
Books are available for purchase in advance at the College Bookstore or at the lecture.
The Ernst & Young lecture series is sponsored by Robert Feinberg of SUNY Oswego's class of 1978, and his wife, Robbi, as well as Ernst & Young.
About the Presenter
Tietjen has worked for 35 years in the electric utility industry, where she provides planning consulting services and serves as an expert witness. She graduated from the University of Virginia (Tau Beta Pi, Virginia Alpha) with a B.S. in applied mathematics and minor in electrical engineering and earned an MBA from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Tietjen is a registered professional engineer in Colorado.
She was inducted into the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame. In 2012, she received the Daughters of the American Revolution History Award Medal for "Her Story: A Timeline of the Women Who Changed America."
Tietjen was also the keynote speaker at Women TIES 10th Anniversary Celebration on March 3, 2015.
Women TIES is pleased to media sponsor a series of educational event being presented by our friends at the New York Women's Business Center of New York State.
They are hosting a series of Tuesday night classes for small businesses. The topics include:
* Overview of the Small Business Training Program
To Register: Call (315) 733-9848.Classes are FREE!You need to register to reserve your space.
About the Presenter
Ms. Rebisz has been with BTI Inc. since its inception. In June 2001, she was designated Project Director of the WBC of NYS and she is responsible for the overall management of the Women's Business Center of New York.Her business background and expertise is derived from the continuous research and studies in the field of business opportunities. She has undergraduate studies and is now pursuing a doctorate in Business & Education. As the WBC of NYS Project Director Donna oversees the day-to-day activities and operations of the center spanning 29 counties in Central New York. She also serves as the point of contact for the SBA/Office of Women's Business Ownership.
7th Annual Conference "Inspiring Success: The Women TIES Retreat" - Sponsored in Part by SUNY Oswego & John Arquette Properties
This very popular annual event is designed to gather our regional members and other New York State women entrepreneurs together once a year in an relaxing and inspirational environment to create stronger economic ties with each other, to infuse inspiration into their lives from powerful presenters, to enlighten them on vital business topics, and to ignite powerful strategic and financial connections to grow their companies.
Our last six annual retreats received a 95% approval rating from the attendees because we are very selective in choosing the right presenters who will educate and inspire women on the most important entrepreneurial topics of the year. The Retreat also allows time for important networking and marketing opportunities all day long to encourage and foster sale connections between women.
This is an annual event you won't want to miss because it will open your business up to endless economic possibilities, connect you with other successful women entrepreneurs, and train you in timely topics to take your company to the next level. Be a part of this powerful program and propel yourself into a place where strong, successful women gather to motivate, inspire and empower each other.
Valuable sponsorship opportunities are available NOW including the naming sponsorship with exceptional PR! Contact Tracy Higginbotham at 315-708-4288 for a packet and more information.
About the Presenter
This year's Retreat keynote speaker is Trisha Torrey, Founder of EveryPatientsAdvocate.com, whose "fan was flamed" by a terminal medical misdiagnosis propelled her into creating a business with a legacy.
Torrey is an author of 6 books, and has made a name for herself in her sphere of patient empowerment and advocacy, including the founding of an organization of private patient advocates 550+ members strong and growing.
Women TIES is proud to media sponsor an excellent event in the Southern Tier to continue our support of women entrepreneurship all over New York State.
Please join Ginny Robert for the 8th Annual Celebrating Women in Business Conference & Trade Show. Their 75-vendor trade show is typically sold out and promises to be very exciting, with lots of diversified new vendors.
Listen to a number of Women TIES Speakers including Susan Beebe, Tap Into Your Center, Gwen Webber-McLeod, Gwen, Inc., Leslie Rose McDonald, Pathfinders CTS, Inc., and Chrissy Rex, Rex Concept Design. The event includes numerous others speakers, continental breakfast and lunch. Raffle prizes are given throughout the day.
To purchase tickets or for more information, go to www.celebrating-women-in-business.com.
About the Presenter
Susan is an Executive Business Consultant and Coach, EFT Practitioner and Multi-Six Figure Entrepreneur with over 30 years of successful Sales and Marketing experience. Susan's background includes a 15-year career in residential real estate which began at age 19 and led to the management of a branch office of over 30 independent contractors.
In 1998, Susan left the world of real estate to begin a new challenge in the advertising industry. In 2001, Susan launched her own full-service advertising firm, Lighthouse Marketing, Inc. (www.LighthouseMkt.com), which she continues to operate today.
Most recently, Susan has launched a virtual sales and marketing, training and coaching company, Tap Into Your Center – Increasing Sales, Revenues and Profits™ (www.TapIntoYourCenter.com) where she offers online training programs and business coaching to clients around the globe.
Mark Your Calendar 1st Annual Women's Right to Run 19K Media Sponored by Women TIES and the Women's Athletic Network
Mark your calendars now for the 1st Annual Women's Right To Run 19K. Women TIES and the Women's Athletic Network is proud to be a media sponsor of this exciting athletic event.
Proceeds from the run will benefit the National Women's Hall of Fame's capital campaign which raises funds to rehabilitate the former Seneca Falls Knitting Mill into its future home, The Center for Great Women.
Long distance running legend, activist and author Kathrine Switzer is the national spokesperson for the run. In 1967 Switzer became the first women to officially run and finish the then all-male Boston Marathon, and won the New York City Marathon in 1974.
"As an inductee of the National Women's Hall of Fame, it is truly an honor to be a part of this race," said Switzer. "The race is a fitting tribute to the 19th amendment which gave women the right to vote, and 19km – 11.8 challenging miles- reflects with a unique distance the challenges our foremothers had in going the distance to get that vote."
Further information about the run's cost and details will be on the Right to Run 19k website in April 2016.
About the Presenter
261 Fearless is a global community of women, be she a walker, jogger, runner, or front of the pack racer, who have found strength, power and fearlessness from putting one foot in front of the other. This strength has allowed her to overcome doubt and adversity in her life and she has the ability and desire to give support to other women who want to take on their personal challenges through running or walking.
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