This past year has been a challenge...
We all have had to adjust to changes in our personal and professional lives. As a group, we've embraced Zoom meetings, focussed on learning more about our members through social media profiles, and had a couple outdoor events.
Kendra Allen was a fabulous president who confidently led our group through the highs and lows of 2019-2020. She helped secure some great speakers, oversaw venue changes due to renovations and helped spearhead our online meetings.
As long standing member, Nancy Koebel said: "Kendra you did an awesome job of pivoting when everything changed due to covid."
Member Kristin Moore was asked to create a piece of jewelry as a thank you gift for our president. She created a cuff bracelet that she can see it when typing on the computer and read its message: #empowered. This is the heart of our group: supporting and cheering on our members as we grow and navigate change.
Thank you to all of the women on our Executive from 2019-2020.
Why join the KWBWA
...with successful women in your community
...to help grow your customer/client base
...with diverse business professionals
...learn from other members in the group
...with your knowledge and experience
Grow Your Business
...advertising opportunity through networking
Weekly Lunch Meetings
Our weekly lunches are a chance to connect with our members, have a fantastic meal and listen to a Career Talk, a Career Update, Panel Discussion or an informative address by a guest speaker. Guests are welcome at all of our Weekly Lunch Meetings.
latest blog posts
Thought it was time to do a spotlight on the special projects girl! Joanne Atkins, Executive Assistant with Can accord Genuity Wealth Management, who love what she does and by doing what she loves - that's a sign of a successful career.
It's not what's under the tree that matters, but by shopping local, we are keeping our money in our community and helping others. That's a great feeling!
Our Christmas party is a little different this year, but maintaining connections with other business women in our community is still key.