TANGIPAHOA PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION

When

Wednesday, November 15, 2017 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM CST
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Where

Rosaryville Spirit Life Center 
39003 Rosaryville Road
Ponchatoula, LA 70454
 

 
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November Sponsor

Thanks to Myra Sharpe!

Aditional Notes:

TPW will host a raffle in the coming months and we are looking for items to include in our “Parade of Prizes”. Proceeds will be donated to Emily Hines (daughter of TPW President Suzette Callais) to cover expenses related to Emily’s time at St. Jude. If you have an item you would like to donate, please contact Rachell Vicknair at Rachell@teacher swhoplay.com.

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Aditional Notes:

TPW will host a raffle in the coming months and we are looking for items to include in our “Parade of Prizes”. Proceeds will be donated to Emily Hines (daughter of TPW President Suzette Callais) to cover expenses related to Emily’s time at St. Jude. If you have an item you would like to donate, please contact Rachell Vicknair at Rachell@teacher swhoplay.com.

Contact

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

            We invite you to join us for our November Tangipahoa Professional Women's Meeting at Rosaryville Spirit Life Center!  Networking begins at 11:30 am; meeting program and guest speaker presentations begin at 12:00 noon.  We will be joined by Dr. Meghan Savage, Associate Professor and Speech-Language Pathologist in the Communication Sciences & Disorders Program at Southeastern Louisiana University.

 

At our November meeting, she will discuss a combination of things we can do to stay mentally sharp. Dr. Savage's work is in the area of assessment and treatment of individuals with neurological communication disorders. She runs a monthly stroke support group at North Oaks Rehabilitation Hospital for caregivers and people who have suffered a stroke. 

   

Dr. Meghan Savage, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Topic: "Brain Maintenance is Needed Too"

We look forward to seeing you.

Sincerely,
Shantel Johnson
Tangipahoa Professional Women's Organization
tangipw@gmail.com

(985) 230-5725


TPW is collecting wrapping paper, as well as toys for preteen boys and girls at our November and December meetings to be donated to the 8th Ward Fire District for their Annual Toy Giveaway.  Feel free to bring your donations to the November 15th meeting.  Drop offs are also available at TPW member locations in Hammond and Ponchatoula (see flyer). 

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.