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  • 26 Jan 2015 8:26 PM | Anonymous

    Click on the links for info about the two classes, and to register.

    On February 2, the FastTrac New Venture course for early stage
    entrepreneurs, click now to register:

    On February 26, The Intentional Entrepreneur course for aspiring
    entrepreneurs, Click now to register:

  • 17 Dec 2014 7:27 PM | Anonymous

    WBO-MC is one of the sponsoring organizations of the Montgomery County Commission for Women's Women's Legislative Briefing. It will take place at The Universities at Shady Grove and includes a keynote by former White House Staffer, Ann Lewis and seminars on legislation in the Maryland General Assembly. Click here for more information and to register.

    If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Janice at wbo@wbo-mc.com

  • 16 Oct 2014 10:03 PM | Anonymous
    WBO-MC members are eligible to register for WBO-PG events at the member rate! Their October meeting is a panel of Federal, State and Local public policy leaders who will provide applicable tactics as they address how to make the legislative process work for your business, while sharing the benefits of staying engaged and connected in the political process before, during and after the vote.

    The voice and participation of women entrepreneurs and small business owners overall in the legislative arena is vital. We have to discover the balance between focusing on our businesses and making time to focus on the environment created by legislation. Remember, we can make a difference in ensuring that legislation actually supports the immense risk we are taking.

    Register here.

  • 15 Oct 2014 5:45 PM | Anonymous

    Did you miss Becky Corbett's brown bag seminar? Here are the main principles for you:

    There are things in your life that can and cannot be changed. You cannot change the fact that you have been given the same amount of time each day. You only have 24 hours in a day to achieve your personal and professional goals. However, you can change how you utilize these hours.

    ProducktivitySM is a unique, interactive personal and professional organizational tool that assists individuals and organizations with improving their decision making and time management skills. Clients participate in a hands-on, flexible, and fun team-building activity utilizing the Guiding Principles: Identify. Connect. Organize.

    Principle #1: Identify: The foundation to make an informed decision is to have all of the puzzle pieces connected to create a complete picture of the situation. There are different ways you can gather information to establish your vision. Use of a variety of methods such as data collection, brainstorming, and research assists you in identifying all of your possibilities.

    Principle #2: Connect: This is a critical principle that tends to be overlooked. You are so eager to get organized and check something off of your ever-growing list that you forget to take a step back to review the bigger picture. What is your vision, and how will your options add value to your organization or your personal life? It is imperative to critically analyze the information you have collected and make the connection between what is needed from both your human and financial resources.

    Principle #3: Organize: Because you took the necessary time to identify your options and connect with your vision, organizing will be easier. Planning and prioritizing your tasks helps you manage your time more efficiently and achieve your personal and professional goals more effectively.

    BSCorbett Consulting, LLC (BSC) supports you and your organization in moving ideas to action by establishing effective and efficient processes and helping develop leaders. To have a conversation with WBO member, Becky S Corbett, email Becky@BSCorbettConsulting.com or call 301.806.0446301.806.0446.

  • 11 Sep 2014 11:50 AM | Anonymous

    Argyle Middle School is looking for businesses to be a “client” for a small group of students. This will require one or two people from your organization to be the main point of contact and to work with the students sporadically throughout the school year. There will be a networking/match-making event sometime in November where you will be paired with your student group and then we’ll be doing an expo in late-Spring whether the students will showcase the final products.

    If you would like to participate, please contact Elyssa Jeter at elyssa.jeter@ja.org or 703-426-1561.

  • 04 Sep 2014 4:37 PM | Anonymous

    Calling all volunteers for Social Event of the Season! The ArtStream Annual Gala is October 24th in Downtown Silver Spring!  We are looking for volunteers who who want to help with an amazing Gala! We have the Best Conga Line in Moco! Please contact Christa Pluff at c.pluff@art-stream.org

  • 09 Aug 2014 10:34 AM | Anonymous

    A program at Argyle Middle School, a technology magnet school, called the Capstone program.  Students in grade 8 form groups and utilize Junior Achievement curriculum to create  small businesses.  We pair them up with a business or non-profit who meets with the students to discuss a solution to a problem they would like to be solved through technology, or a technology-related product they would like produced.  The students spend the year in development and deliver it at the end of the school year.

    There is no cost for the companies or non-profit organization and represents only about 6 hours of a person's time over the course of the school year.  If the companies like and use the technology product we create, we pass over ownership over to the company or non-profit organization so they can use it.

    To read all about the program, click  Argyle ASK.docx, and if you have any questions, contact Peter Daddone who is the coordinator of the program.

  • 26 Jun 2014 5:30 PM | Anonymous

    We are always looking for content for our newsletter, The Networker, which comes out every other month.

    If you have something to share with our members, please consider submitting an article to our Communications Chair, Mary Jefferson.

  • 25 Jun 2014 1:45 PM | Anonymous

    If you would like to volunteer at this year's Power Conference, please email our volunteer coordinator, Doris Barber, for all the details!

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