Washington, DC, March 1, 2011: Washington Women’s Weekly (www.womensweekly-wdc.com), is pleased to announce it’s monthly March Breakfast Meeting, The Keys To Your Success. The program, panel, interactive Q&A discussion, breakfast and networking event will be held on March 17, 2011 from 8:00am to 9:30am at the Four Seasons Hotel in Georgetown. Judith Willson, the company’s CEO and Publisher will be moderating the event with generous sponsorship support from MOI, HON and The Verve Partnership.
Each panelist has been carefully selected and previously interviewed as a Washington Women’s Weekly “Woman on Top” for creating, building and leading some of the most dynamic business and organizations in the Washington, DC area.
Washington Women’s Weekly anticipates approximately 50 to 100 professional women attending this unique event to meet and learn from these highly accomplished women. Each panelist will describe three keys to her professional success and how they helped her to unlock any challenges or obstacles along the path.
The invited panelists include:
+ Lisa Dezutti, President and Founder of Market Connections, Inc.
+ Betty Thompson, Senior VP of Human Resources, Booz Allen Hamilton Worldwide
+ Deb Waterman Johns, Creative Director of Bungalow, Founder of Get Dressed, Owner of Fifi and Community Philanthropist
+ Heidi Scanlon, President of Color-Drenched Interiors, Former Senior Director at PriceWaterhouseCoopers
+ Donna McKelvey, National Field Director (and former Executive Director) of the National Capital Area Chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
+ Gayle Cozens, Principal of The Farragut Group. Served in executive positions for two Presidents, two Governors & two Fortune 100 Companies
+ Susan Moser, Partner-in-Charge of Cherry, Bekhaert & Holland LLP (Washington DC)
+ Gina Dennis, Founder of RELERIENCE, a leading international green building consulting company
Judith Willson, Washington Women’s Weekly CEO and Publisher commented, “I am extremely pleased and honored to have such a high-caliber of women leaders participating on the panel, the enthusiasm from our sponsors, and the response from the community. This is an exceptional opportunity for all professional women to hear and meet other highly accomplished women leaders. If the door is locked, how can we open the windows
. . . and still accomplish our goals? Each panelist will share her keys to success and how she used them to get inside – the boardroom, the c-level suite or a personal place of success.”
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