$65 per attendee
$325 for half corporate table (includes 5 seats)
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Embassy Suites Raleigh-Durham/Research Triangle
The Ettain Group
Red Hat, Inc.
WakeMed Health & Hospitals
Elissa James Designs
Janine Rae Design
Wells Fargo Insurance Service
Senter Stephenson Johnson, PA
Discover the Art of Re:Invention
8 – 9 a.m. | Registration, Networking, and Continental Breakfast
9 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. | Program and Lunch
Connect with more than 400 professional women from around the Triangle, gain valuable knowledge for effectively managing life transitions, and benefit two women-focused nonprofit organizations at "the art of Re:Invention," presented by Connected Women of North Carolina and the Greater Raleigh Chamber.
The event features Ariane de Bonvoisin, CEO and founder of First30Days.com and author of “The First 30 Days: Your Guide to Making Any Change Easier.” Her amazing journey from corporate darling to entrepreneur, author and 'transformationalist' can inspire and help anyone contemplating or experiencing any life change. Read more about de Bonvoisin here.
You'll also hear from a panel of women who have overcome the challenges of reinvention and take part in a mentoring activity focused on inspiring and equipping women to thrive in the midst of changing circumstances. Continental breakfast and luncheon are included.
The event benefits InterAct, an agency that provides safety, support, and awareness to victims and survivors of domestic violence and rape/sexual assault, and Girls on the Run, an organization focused on inspiring and empowering young women to recognize their potential and pursue their dreams.
Please join us in supporting InterAct’s Client Holiday Bazaar by bringing a new, unwrapped toy for a child ages newborn to 17.
Mentoring Information Session
Learn more about the CWNC Mentoring Program at the mentoring activity directly following the event. Both CWNC members who want to be mentored and those who want to serve as mentors are invited to attend. You'll get an in-depth view of the structure of the program topics to be covered including managing relationships for promotion, negotiation, succeeding in a male dominated field, and getting the raise you deserve. A question and answer period and a brief mentoring session will conclude the program. Please indicate your interest in the Mentoring Activity in the comment section of the online registration.
No refunds after November 21
Online registration is now closed.
Email Sarah Gaskill to see if space is still available.
Call 919.664.7034 or email Sarah Gaskill
Event Sponsorships are available. If interested, call 919.392.9490 or email Charlotte Chase. Visit www.cwnc.org to learn more about Connected Women of North Carolina.
Please note: Chamber coupons can not be used for this event.