When

Wednesday, October 25, 2017 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM CDT
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Where

Rosaryville Spirit Life Center 
39003 Rosaryville Rd
Ponchatoula, LA 70454
 

 
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Contact

Shantel Johnson, President
(985) 230-5725 
tangipw@gmail.com 

Our October Sponsor is Danielle Munro with Home Instead Senior Care.

Home care isn’t about mothering a mother. It’s about being a daughter again.

  • We work with you in arranging the appropriate assistance for your loved one’s needs.
  • We'll assist you with every step - from starting the conversation to making a plan.
  • We help reduce your stress.
  • We help you stay informed about your loved one’s care.

TPW is making plans to sponsor a Toy Drive again this year!  More information will be provided at our October meeting.

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Join us for the October Tangipahoa Professional Women's Luncheon to be held at Rosaryville Spirit Life Center.   Networking begins at 11:30 am; official business will start at 12:00 noon. Liz Reno and Dawn Forshag will share with us on the topic, "Goal-Setting the SMART Way".  If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. Join us to learn more about how to set SMART goals for every area of your life. Let’s work SMART, not hard.

                                 Dawn’s business experience began in 1998 when she was employed with corporate pharmaceutical giant, Merck & Co. The year 2008 took a different turn for Dawn as she bought her first investment property and became a REALTORŪ. She continued to grow her investment portfolio while also celebrating her first year in the industry as Rookie-of- the-Year! In 2012, her success opened another door and she became a productivity coach in the Mandeville market center. Since that transition, Dawn has continued to sell real estate, formed a real estate mega-team, and continues growing her coaching business. She has recently been named the CEO/Team Leader of the Mandeville and Hammond offices for Keller Williams. She will be coaching the 250+ agents currently a part of the office, and will work to increase that number. Her business and life coaching programs have helped numerous people take a step…or two….towards their lifetime goals and achieve success.

Elizabeth Reno is a Region Vice President with Primerica where she helps families and businesses achieve their financial goals. She recently opened her office in downtown Hammond. Previously Liz worked for several years in state government where she learned leadership and managerial skills. Liz is a Southeastern Alumnus and lifetime member of the Alumni Association, holding both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the university. She is a board member with the Greater Hammond Chamber, the founder and past president of the Trade Wins BNI Chapter in Hammond, as well as a member of the Tangipahoa Professional Women’s Organization. Liz enjoys volunteering, team building and connecting people. A native of Hammond, she is the daughter of Jack and the late Winnifred “Doots” Reno.

Our Food Drive is NOW underway! TPW is collecting non perishable items for donation to St. Albert's "Table of Plenty".  Feel free to bring items to our October meeting! For more information on how you can contribute, go to our website at www.tangiPW.org

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Secure your sponsorship for Women Mean Business  2018!  For more information contact Tiffany Gautier - GautierT@NorthOaks.org or Danelle Dufriend at danelle@dufriendlytravel.com

Small Business Saturday is on November 25th this year and TPW would like to promote our member deals for that day!  If you have deals, sales, or freebies you would like us to share on our Tangipahoa Professional Women's Organization Facebook page, please forward all information to Sandy Summers at Sandy.Summers@selu.edu by November 20th. 

About TPW:

TPW is an organization which has a primary focus to support women in business.   The mission of this local organization is to achieve equity for all women in the workplace through advocacy, education and information. TPW understands the constant challenges you face professionally and personally every day.  TPW will give you access to resources, skills, and networks necessary to help you tackle these challenges and achieve the goals that you have set for yourself and your business endeavor.

The Tangipahoa Professional Women award scholarships to deserving women.  Each year, the TPW awards scholarships to Tangipahoa Parish women to help them pursue an education that will enable them to be part of this parish’s growing women’s workforce.