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ChamberRVA’s 2019 calendar of offerings for ChamberWomen:

ChamberWomen offers a variety of events and programs. Whether it’s a workshop, a social or a “Real Conversation,” we have the recipe for a valuable experience so stay tuned to see what’s next.  NOTE:  **Social events are exclusive for passport subscribers.  For more information on being a passport subscriber, email Stephanie Phillips at stephanie.phillips@chamberrva.com.

Our 2019 calendar is in the planning stages, so for now see below for what is confirmed for 2019:

    • Wednesday, January 9, 2019
      **Social #1 (Winter Wonderland Social)
      5:30-7:00 pm  ::  at Thirst & Fifth (Hilton DT)
    • Thursday, February 21, 2019
      Real Conversation #1 – “RVA Women Leading the Way in Education and Workforce”
      4:00 – 6:15 pm  ::  at Delta Hotel by Marriott Downtown
    • Thursday, March 21, 2019
      Workshop – Topic: “Making Your Calendar Work for You”
      11:30 am – 1:00 pm :: at Art Works
      This is a bring your own lunch to enjoy as you participate in the workshop
    • Thursday, April 4, 2019
      **Social #2
      5:30-7:00 pm  ::  at Capital Ale House – Midlothian
    • Thursday, May 9, 2019
      **Social #3
      5:30-7:00 pm  ::  at The Fahrenheit Group (in Scott’s Addition)
    • Tuesday, June 4, 2019
      **Exclusive Luncheon
      11:30 am-1:00 pm  ::  at Capital Ale House – Innsbrook
    • Tuesday, July 16, 2019
      Workshop – Topic: “Workplace Yoga … easy techniques you can do from your desk/chair”
      11:30 am – 1:00 pm :: at Art Works
      This is a bring your own lunch to enjoy as you participate in the workshop
    • Thursday, August 8, 2019
      **Social #4
      5:30-7:00 pm  ::  at Balance RVA (one of the newest co-working spaces in RVA)
    • Thursday, September 19, 2019
      Real Conversation #2 – “The Census and Our Region”
      4:30 – 6:30 pm  ::  at Tyler Haynes Commons – University of Richmond Campus


And, more to come so stay tuned…

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Want to come to everything? Become a Passport Subscriber!

Please check out the exclusive value of being a Passport Subscriber: 

With an ChamberWomen passport subscription, you receive the following:

  • At least three (3) Real Conversation programs: includes VIP Seating.
  • Workshop(s)
  • At least three (3) ChamberWomen Socials … and the 1st drink is on us.
  • One (1) exclusive late spring/early summer lunch event.
  • You’ll have a special reserved name badge prepared for you.
  • Your name and company listed on the ChamberWomen webpage as a passport subscriber.
  • And for ADDED VALUE  if your company is a member of ChamberRVA then we’ll include a link to your company webpage.
  • Overall, you receive VIP treatment, value and exclusive opportunities.

For more information on how to become a passport subscriber please contact Stephanie Phillips at 783-9350.

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To learn more, contact Stephanie Phillips at stephanie.phillips@chamberrva.com.

Jonette Meade Barley – City of Richmond Dept. of Public Utilities
Barbara Basl – BP Basl, LLC

Haley Beck  – Treehouse Realty VA, A Long & Foster Group ♦
Lisa Bennett, OD – Spectrum Optometric Services
Nicole Boughan
Graduate Richmond 
Tammy Brawley – The Green Kitchen
Shelly BurnsUniversity of Richmond-Robins School of Business ♦
Eve CampanPorex, Filtration Group 
Gin Carter – Yoga with Gin
Carrie Sue Casey – OODALOOP Co.
Lelia ConnardSegra  
Katherine Cook – Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation 
Christina Dauphine – UPS Freight 

Katie Duncan Porex, Filtration Group 
Annette Eads – Porex, Filtration Group 
Ashley Edwards – Virginia Center for Health Innovation
Sarah Ehlert – Balance RVA
Wanda FearsTreehouse Realty VA, A Long & Foster Group 
Grace Gallagher – Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation 
Ginger Germani Atlantic Union Bank  ♦
Kay Gotshall
Kristine Gregory – Bedeckers Interior Effects, Inc.
Blair Harris M&T Bank 
Amy Hastings Drive Shack ♦
Jennifer Hazelgrove
The Fahrenheit Group  ♦
Wendy HenleyFM Solutions, LLC  ♦
Stephanie Hicks Northwestern Mutual Financial Network ♦ SPONSOR
Amy Hughes – Worth Higgins & Associates, Inc
Nancy Inman Northwestern Mutual Financial Network ♦  SPONSOR
Laura Ivey
Richmond Raceway  
Sarah Ann Jennings –Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation
Sara Johnson BB&T Wealth
Tess KingCapital Ale House
Tracy Lewis –BDO USA, LLP
Ashley Lumpkin Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield 
Cynthia Macturk The Fahrenheit Group 
Brinlin Maki
Treehouse Realty VA, A Long & Foster Group 
Nicole Morris-Anastasi Porex, Filtration Group 
Carol Nitz – NTS (Networking Technologies & Support) 
Stephanie Paul – Papa John’s Pizza 
Cecilia Rich – Rich’s Stitches, Inc.
Lauren Soles -BDO USA, LLP
Bonnie Smallwood – Tone Capital, LLC
Carmen Kinney SmithNorthwestern Mutual Financial Network ♦  SPONSOR
Kris Stacer – Shoe Diva
Cathy Stark – Goodwill Central Virginia 
Jennifer SternThe Fahrenheit Group 
Ashton Stinson – Self
Erica Swink – Porex, Filtration Group 
Malithi Wickramathilaka
Porex, Filtration Group 
Janie Wierzbicki Porex, Filtration Group 
Essie WeissCapital One
Bunny Young – A Better Place Consulting

♦ = ChamberRVA Member

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Why engage with ChamberWomen?

“I have been a passport member for about 4 years but never fully took advantage of all the program had to offer. It’s only when I started attending more events, seeing more of the same people, and then attending the ‘passport members only’ socials did my relationships with the other fantastic professional ladies of ChamberWomen & RVA begin to take off. I’ve developed friendships and a network of people that are so talented in various areas that my passport membership has become invaluable”

Sara Johnson, Vice President & Private Advisor
BB&T Wealth

We’re always on the lookout for women leaders who want to make a difference in the RVA business community. Get engaged … you won’t regret it!

For more information on how you can get engaged with Chamber Women please contact Stephanie Phillips at 783-9350.

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