Lufkin, Texas (July 20, 2017): Does life feel like a balancing act? Between work, family, volunteering, and other responsibilities, do you feel spent?
Join the Lufkin/Angelina County Chamber of Commerce for a time of personal and professional growth at the Women’s Networking Luncheon. Dorothy Gibbons, CEO & Co-Founder of The Rose, will be speaking about “Women Taking Charge: Health or Wealth or Personal Time- It’s your Life!”. As a CEO, wife, author, mother, yoga instructor, advocate, speaker and lecturer at the Jung Center, her labels are many and like most women she juggles the demands of a professional, public and personal life, seldom finding a true balance. Dorothy will give thoughtful and practical applications for taking charge of your life.
Dorothy’s company, The Rose, is a non-profit organization whose mission is to save lives by providing quality breast health services, access to care regardless of a woman's ability to pay and advocacy. Since it was established in 1986, over half a million women, insured and uninsured, have turned to The Rose because of its commitment to women, its patient care philosophy and its high level of care.
The mission of the Women’s Networking Event is to connect women of all career levels, strengthen their professional networks, and engage them in the Lufkin/Angelina County business community. The Women’s Network achieves this vision through offering prominent speaker programs, spotlighting women leaders, and promoting the positive impact women have made in the Lufkin/Angelina County Area.
The next Women’s Networking Luncheon is held at the Pitser Garrison Convention Center on August 9th at 11:30am. Registration is $10 for the lunch and the program. Seating is Limited! To register, email [email protected] or call (936) 634-6644.
Thank you to presenting sponsor Texas State Bank; gold sponsor Memorial Clinics: Kaywin Carter, MD, Sheila Hill, MD, Dixie McClendon-Coker, MD, & Rachael Sullivan, DO; silver sponsors Audiological Services, Choice Homecare, Commerical Bank of Texas, Merrill Lynch, and Selena Mitchell Farmers Insurance, and bronze sponsors Advance’d Temporaries Inc., American Real Estate, Austin Bank, Ellen Temple, Express Employment Professionals, Genco Federal Credit Union, Junk in the Trunk Boutique, Merry Maids, Music World, Ray’s Drive- In, Savvy, The Agency, Servpro of Lufkin/South Nacogdoches County, T&C Gutter LLC, Tome Catering, and Urgent Doc.