The WWBC’s January networking event at Searles Castle in Windham, NH was an insightful and interesting event as members and guests had the opportunity to learn from an active member, Denise M. Simpson, M.Ed., CCH, a coach who helps healers and entrepreneurs transform their health, wealth, and confidence.Read More
This week, the Windham Women’s Business Connections (WWBC) hosted the Windham Charity Psychic Fair & Marketplace at Searles Castle in Windham, NH. We are pleased to report that it was a very well-attended event filled with networking, psychic readings, and craft shopping. We would like to thank our vendors and our readers for helping make this event a success!Read More
This October, the WWBC will hold its regular monthly networking meeting with Susu Wong, a founding member of Women Accelerators, a grassroots organization that provides networking and resources to help women in advancing their career goals, and an adjunct Professor at the UMass Lowell.Read More
The WWBC’s September networking event at Searles Castle in Windham, NH was a great success as members and guests had the opportunity to learn from an active member; Caren B. Rifkin, LICSW. Caren is the owner of The Biofeedback and Counseling Center, a behavioral health practice with offices in Bedford and Windham, NH. She offers integrative mental health counseling, collaborative law coaching, and specializes in effective methods for stress reduction.Read More
The WWBC held it's monthly networking event at MaryAnn's Diner in Windham, NH. Members and guests had the chance to network while enjoying a delicious breakfast in a more casual environment.Read More
The WWBC’s February networking event was a great success as members and guests had the opportunity to learn from an active member, Marcy Fink, CPA. Marcy has over 30 years of tax experience in the public and private industries, including working for Ernst and Yong. Operating her own tax practice since 2009 and having clients who have been with her for over 25 years, Marcy specializes and works with entrepreneurs, small businesses, and high net worth clients.Read More
The WWBC’s “Morning with Mike Morin” event was a great success as members and guests had the opportunity to network and meet local celebrity Mike Mornin. It was an entertaining and educational way to start the day, with hilarious excerpts on the dos and don’ts of radio hosting from Mike’s personal experience.Read More
The Windham Women’s Business Connection would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the sponsors, friends and participants of the Lisa Martin Memorial Scholarship Mini-Golf Social. This special event was created by the WWBC to honor the Founder and Executive Chef of Culinary Capers, who was an active member of the group until her passing in 2016. As the chair of the Events Committee, she was the catalyst for bringing women together and driving community networking events for the group. She was known as Windham’s premier caterer, and was the go-to choice for both private and corporate events. The event was arranged to commemorate Lisa’s spirit of bringing people together, and supporting local community causes.Read More
We are very happy to announce that the WWBC Wine Tasting was wonderfully attended by many Windham and local area businesses, exceeding our expectations for attendance. Our goal for the Carol Yennaco Memorial Scholarship Fund for this event was also exceeded, thanks to the generous donations of our many attendees and sponsors.Read More
Special thanks to Leeann Brooks of Brooks Law Office, PLLC for presenting at this month's meeting. Leeann helped us learn the important questions to ask, both from a business and personal perspective, and best practices for ensuring that we plan correctly for our futures.Read More
On Tuesday, April 4th, members of the the WWBC came together for a special speaking event by Daymond John, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of FUBU and star of ABC's "Shark Tank".Read More
January's meeting welcomed speaker Carol Martin-Ward, Professional Organizer of Practical Organizing Solutions. Carol's Topic: Clear Clutter and Save Memories.
This topic is a practical resource for anyone who desires to reduce accumulated possessions but does not know where to begin. Possessions can be a comfort but quickly become a burden when life changes unexpectedly. Presentation focuses on how to proactively reduce clutter and, at the same time, preserve family memories.
Thanks again to Dianne Connoly, Chair of Merrimack Valley SCORE for providing such wonderful information at our September 2014 meeting. From Dianne...
"As I noted on Friday, we are launching COMPASS, our business assessment program during the first week of October. It is my understanding that our website will display a COMPASS button for interested people during that week. On going, the website offers an overview of our coming workshops and also an invitation to sign up for face to face (one on one) mentoring. It would be great if SCORE could help some of your members!