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Welcome to the Phoenix BPW
Local Organization Website

For more information, please contact:

Reservation Chair: Anita Auguste (aeauguste@aol.com

President: Katherine Peterson (prpc5@earthlink.net)
Vice President: Michele Hallier (michelehallier@q.com)
Treasurer: Elena Henry (elena.henry@cox.net)
Recording Secretary: Sandie Myers (moretoyz1@gmail.com)
Board Member: Katherine (Katie) Schmidt (schmidtk@cox.net)
Board Member: Marcia Simon (phxmarcia@yahoo.com)
Board Member: Anita Auguste (aeauguste@aol.com)
Board Member: Katherine Stevenson (kjs@aegisaz.com)
Membership Chair: Anita Auguste (aeauguste@aol.com)
Sunshine Chair: Helen Dekarske (helendeka@cox.net)

The 4th Tuesday of each month
5:30 pm Socializing and Networking
6:00 pm Meeting and Program
7:15 pm Adjournment
Please join us on April 22, 2014 for our next regular meeting.
Raffle Item for April 22th Meeting:
The raffle item for April.  A beautiful set of 6 name holders in pewter.  Donated  by Michele Hallier, Phoenix member.
raffle

Phoenix BPW April 22, 2014

UPCOMING PHOENIX MEETING

Adaptive Action: Using our Ability to Influence

Mallary Tytel

PhoenixSpeaker

Program Summary: 

Complexity and uncertainty impact us all and so the best thing we can do for ourselves in this changing world is develop our Adaptive Capacity. That means our ability to see, understand, and act as circumstances around us change. Designed to deal elegantly with the challenges of daily life, adaptive action requires no complicated instruments or materials.  It is ready for your immediate and repeated use to guide you in making informed decisions and acting. This presentation will introduce you to Adaptive Action and get you started on influencing the world.

Bio: 

Mallary Tytel is president and founder of Healthy Workplaces, a national consulting practice that focuses on systems-based coaching, women’s leadership development, culture change and sustainability. She is the former CEO of an international nonprofit; has served as a key advisor to senior-level civilian and military personnel within the U.S. Department of Defense; and has created and delivered leadership training in over 40 communities worldwide. Dr. Tytel is a certified executive coach and mediator, author of three books and numerous articles, and has presented at conferences throughout the US and Canada.  In her spare time she writes and mentors budding women entrepreneurs, and most recently she co-founded the Simple Rules Foundation and serves as its volunteer Chairman.

Join us at our next meeting on Tuesday April 22, 2014!

For reservations or information, contact Anita at aeauguste@aol.com or toll free: 1-877-joinbpw(564-6279).

Bluewater Grill 1720 E Camelback Rd Phoenix 85016

Cost: $16 for guests – $15 for members – Payment Options: Cash or Check at the door. Paypal: Pay with PayPal

Please RSVP to Anita Auguste aeauguste@aol.com

Your resource for personal and professional growth.
Women helping women.

Join this Meetup to participate in this discussion.

Katherine Peterson Prpc5@earthlink.net

Meeting Date: 4th Tues of every month (except December)

Meeting Location: Bluewater Grill 1720 E Camelback Rd Phoenix 85016

Time: 5:30 pm Socializing and Networking
6:00 pm Meeting and Program
7:15 pm Adjournment

Reservations: Anita Auguste, 602-996-4066 or aeauguste@aol.com
Please make reservations Friday morning prior to the meeting.

Cost $15 for members, $16 for guests. Pay at the meeting-cash or check made payable to Phoenix BPW.
You can also pay by Credit Card using Paypal – Members $16 and guests $17 -> Click Here

BPW Phoenix
BPW Phoenix was founded in 1915 and is a charter club of BPW Arizona. It is our honor to organize fundraising efforts for a new scholarship endowment fund in honor of the women who have been Phoenix BPW members over our 98 year history. Notable members of BPW Phoenix include the Honorable Arizona Chief Justice Lorna Lockwood, the Honorable Governor Rose Mofford and Elsie Toles, Arizona’s first woman Superintendent of Public Instruction.

BPW is a leading advocate for today’s working women and supports causes related to enhancing the lives of women and increasing educational and job opportunities for women.

Arizona Business and Professional Women’s Foundation
Established in 1989, the Arizona Business and Professional Women’s Foundation (AZBPW Foundation) promotes the advancement of Arizona’s working women through scholarships, research, and education. Scholarships are awarded to women 25 years or older who attend community college in Arizona to acquire better job opportunities. AZBPW Foundation is an Arizona 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable corporation ID 74-2258203.