WEO Meeting May 16, 2018
The Women Entrepreneurs Organization of SW WA celebrates national Small Business Month with a special presentation on "How Entrepreneurship Creates the Future" featuring Clark College professor Lucia Worthington.
This meeting also features presentations by up to three WEO members.
Who: Women Entrepreneurs Organization of SW Washington (WEO)
What: monthly meeting
When: Wednesday, May 16, 2018, at 5:30 PM
Where: Warehouse 23, 100 Columbia St #102, Vancouver, WA 98660
How much: $52.50 advance for members/$62.50 visitors; includes buffet, dessert, coffee, tea, tax & tip
Lucia Worthington is a professor of business and management and a seasoned business woman with a successful entrepreneurial track record. Her academic credentials include a master's degree from the Drucker Management School at the Claremont Graduate University in Claremont California and additional graduate work from the University of Oxford, Georgetown University and UBC in Vancouver B.C. She was appointed to the Small Business Advisory Council in Washington State and represented the Olympic Peninsula at the state level in Olympia Washington. As a university professor for 20 years for the University of Maryland she taught leadership, business, ethics, and management in five countries and on four continents. She now teaches for Clark College.
Her teaching style is practical and stresses relevance to problem solving and innovation by selecting the best strategies for a competitive advantage.
Simply Thyme Catering
Networking begins at 5:30
Dinner at 6
Spotlight speakers at 7
Speaker from 7:15-8
Meeting ends at 8:30
Reservations are required; RSVP at http://www.weowa.org
The Women Entrepreneurs Organization of Southwest Washington is an association of women business owners and executives who meet the third Wednesday of each month to share knowledge, to network and to support one another in professional endeavors.