In June, the WWBC will hold its regular monthly networking meeting with Lisa Walker. Lisa Walker has been a licensed financial advisor with Edward Jones since 2012, and runs a local branch office located here in Windham, NH.
At this month’s meeting we will learn about:
How your financial considerations might be different from “general” considerations you read about
The five critical questions you should be asking yourself
How to make sure your financial strategy will fit with your lifestyle and needs
This month's meeting will include open networking time as well as a guest speaker, Erin-Dail Plunkett.
In April, the WWBC will hold its regular monthly networking meeting with Deborah Vandeberghe.
We all know about practicing good personal hygiene to avoid health problems, but are you also practicing good cyber-hygiene to avoid technology problems? From protecting your business’ digital assets to protecting your personal security online, there are things you can do every day to help avoid common problems such as viruses, hackers and identity theft.
Letting go can feel like one of the hardest and scariest things for us to do, especially when you’re tired of holding on to something that is causing you pain, isn’t working for YOU and you’re unsure of what to do.
But how are you ever going to move forward if you’re not willing to let go of what is dragging you down? The good news–there is a better way and we’re going to find it together!
What we eat has a dramatic effect on how we feel and act, creating healthy eating habits should be as important an aspect of your personal strategy as marketing is to your business strategy. Join Noreen Gallo, R.D. for our February 1st networking meeting and learn tips to get you started on the road to healthy eating and business success.
Denise Simpson helps women coaches, healers, and small business owners stop the struggle, overwhelm, and stress to embody courage for bold actions, build their confidence, and making easier sales. She offers a unique combination of coaching, cutting edge online marketing, and business strategic intuition for action that gets results.
In this session, Denise applies her years of education, expertise, and global award-winning training skills to deliver awesome results so you can start your year off right!
It's time once again to celebrate and honor our local charities at our annual Holiday Breakfast. Our December meeting will be held at MaryAnn's Diner in Windham for a casual networking holiday breakfast. PLEASE RSVP BY 11/28 SO THAT WE HAVE A HEAD COUNT FOR THE RESTAURANT.
Are you looking for an uplifting community event where you can explore your future, connect with your past or just enjoy a night out with some friends for an inspirational adventure?
Join the Windham Women’s Business Connection at Searles Chapel on October 25th for an evening filled with enlightenment, healing and entertainment from some of the area’s most known and respected professional mediums, readers and local craftspeople.
Net proceeds from the event will benefit the WWBC Carol Yennaco Scholarship Fund, which which provides scholarship annually to Windham High School graduates seeking higher education.
In October, the WWBC will hold its regular monthly networking meeting. As fall sets in, it’s time to build your business through negotiation and new opportunities. Our October meeting features a guest speaker who will help one of the most challenging areas of business for many women, negotiation skills. In our new Resource of the Month section, we will introduce you to a women’s-only resource for speakers and event speaking.
The meeting will begin with some time for open networking.
WWBC Hosts Caren B. Rifkin- Practical tips for reducing stress though mindfulness and other mind body techniques!
In addition to our monthly networking for members and those wishing to join the organization, the September meeting will have a guest speaker:
Caren B. Rifkin, LICSW, owner of The Biofeedback and Counseling Center, a behavioral health practice with offices in Bedford and Windham, NH. Caren offers integrative mental health counseling, collaborative law coaching, specializes in effective methods for stress reduction.
August will be a "netwalking" meeting, so bring your sneakers! We will meet at the entrance of Griffin Park at 8:15am and enjoy a fun walk to get our bodies moving and celebrate the fall!
Serious walkers can set their pace, and everyone looking for a more casual pace can follow along.
This is a great way to enjoy the outdoors AND build your networking connections!
Rain location: MaryAnn's Diner @ the Cobbetts Pond plaza. We will post an update here if the weather won't cooperate.
Join us for a session with our guest speakers, Holly E. Pouliout, Senior Vice President-Risk & Information Security Officer and Saima Alrai, Assistant VP/Senior Manager from Pentucket Bank who will discuss your concerns about cyber and data security issues, as well as fraud prevention and steps to prevent potential loss from these practices.
Holly has nearly 40 years of banking experience, including retail, operations, technology/networks and information security and holds certifications including CSM, CRISC, CSX and is a CGEIT candidate. Saima has more than 24 years of retail banking experience, and is an active WWBC member.
If your business has concerns about all the recent changes to security, data protection requirements and potential risks, you shouldn't miss this session that will educate, inform and connect you with the experts who can help.
In May, the WWBC will hold its regular monthly networking meeting. The meeting will begin with some time for open networking. This May meeting will offer tips on how to stay happy and healthy at work to help you build your business with life balance.
MaryAnn Pfeiffer is the founder of 108 Degrees, an award-winning digital marketing agency specializing in small business and non-profits. Her career in email marketing began when "you've got mail" was the most popular sound on a personal computer, and twenty years later it continues to remain one of the most effective tools she uses to build her clients' reach.
MaryAnn will present her top tips for improving your email open rates and ensuring that your audience hears your message.
The Windham Women’s Business Connection is excited to host local celebrity, Mike
Morin for a morning of networking, education and entertainment. This special morning will take place at Searles Castle and is open to the public. All are welcome to attend but must RSVP as space is limited. Please mark your calendar for a Morning With Mike Morin, Friday, November 3, 2017 at 8:15 AM.
We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting the Lisa Martin Memorial Mini Golf Social on Tuesday, September 26th at 5:30pm at Brookstone Park in Derry. This event will be a fundraiser for the WWBC Scholarship Fund 501(c)3 and we encourage everyone to support and attend.
The Windham Women’s Business Connection (WWBC) will host a special evening social event just perfect for the summertime. The event is scheduled for Tuesday, August 15, 2017 from 6 to 8 PM and will benefit the Carol Yennaco Scholarship Fund. All business professionals, male and female, are encouraged to attend and welcome to bring a friend for an evening of wine tasting, networking and fun. Jessica O’Neill will host the event at her State Farm office on Indian Rock Road in Windham.
State Farm Office | Windham, NH
Join us for our annual holiday breakfast. We will enjoy yummy treats from local businesses as we celebrate the holidays and partake in some yuletide cheer!
Please bring a donation of a gift card (or cash) to be presented to local charities. It's a great opportunity to give back to the community.
MaryAnn's Diner | Windham, NH
Friday, October 7, 2016 - 8:15am
October Meeting - Caring for Elderly Parents. What you need to know.
Join the WWBC for this informative look at what you need to know about home care, independent living communities and assisted living facilities when caring for elderly parents. Our featured guest speakers will be Patty King from Windham Terrace and Janet Sullivan from Right at Home Health Care in Londonderry. This meeting is open to all women in the Windham/Salem/Pelham/Londonderry area.