We are professional women developing our careers and community. We provide a platform to connect, educate and inspire, through leadership development, topical education and advocacy on key regional issues. Our mission is to develop a pipeline of female leaders in the RVA community.
ChamberRVA’s 2018 calendar of offerings for ChamberWomen:
ChamberRVA Women offers a variety of events and programs. Whether it’s a workshop, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
- December 7, 2017
**Social #1 (Special Holiday Social)
5:30-7:00 pm :: at Thirst & Fifth (lounge of Hilton DT)
- February 15, 2018
Topic: “RVA Women Leading the Way in IT”
4:00-6:15 pm :: at CCWA Building on Reynolds Community College Campus
- March 15, 2018
5:30–7:00 pm :: at The Hofheimer Building
- April 12, 2018
**EWX Exclusive Passport Subscribers Lunch
11:30am – 1:30 pm :: at Capital Ale House – Innsbrook
- May 3, 2018
5:30-7:00 pm :: at The Fahrenheit Group (Scotts Addition)
- June 6, 2018
5:30-7:00 pm :: Gather – Short Pump
- June 7, 2018
Topic: Respect in The Workplace
4:00-6:15 pm :: at Delta Hotels Marriott
- August 30, 2018
5:30-7:00 pm :: PartnerMD
- September 12, 2018
**Social #6 & Cooking Demo with Chef Tammy
5:30-7:00 pm :: The Green Kitchen
- September 27, 2018
Topic: “Healthcare…Leading in the Face of Change”
4:00-6:15 pm :: at Richmond Marriott Short
- October 31, 2018
Workshop – bring your own lunch
11:30 am – 1:00 pm :: at Art Works
Want to come to everything? Become a Passport Subscriber!
With a ChamberWomen Passport you receive the following:
- At least three (3) Real Conversation programs: includes VIP Seating.
- At least four (4) ChamberWomen Socials … and the 1st drink is on us.
- You’ll have a special reserved name badge prepared for you.
- Your name and company listed on the ChamberWomen webpage.
- 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.
To learn more, contact Stephanie Phillips at email@example.com.
Heather Baldwin –Seay Real Estate ♦
Debbie Bannister – Seay Real Estate ♦
Tanya Battle – BB&T Wealth ♦ SPONSOR
Barbara Basl – BP Basl LLC
Carolyn Boone – Your Transition to Success
Nicole Boughan – Graduate Richmond ♦
Tammy Brawley – The Green Kitchen
Shirley T. Burke – Esteem Institute
Shelly Burns – University of Richmond-Robins School of Business ♦
Gin Carter – Yoga with Gin
Cara Clements – Call Federal Credit Union ♦
Christina Dauphine – UPS Freight♦
Amy DuFour – Capital Ale House ♦
Wanda Fears – Long & Foster ♦
Kristine Gregory – Bedeckers Interior Effects, Inc.
Carolyn Hawthorne – Jan-Pro Cleaning of Richmond/Charlottesville
Wendy Henley – FM Solutions, LLC ♦
Amy Hughes – Worth Higgins & Associates, Inc
Sara Johnson – BB&T Wealth ♦ SPONSOR
Debbie Lennick – Creative ♦
Jessica Leonard – Miss Maude’s Bar of Chocolates ♦
Tracy Lewis –BDO USA, LLP
Brinlin Maki –Long & Foster ♦
Allison Mays – Prophet
Cassandra Naville – Bank of America Merrill Lynch♦
Carol Nitz – NTS (Networking Technologies & Support) ♦
Carmen Novisky – Long & Foster ♦
Rebecca Phillips – Dave & Buster’s ♦
Cecilia Rich – Rich’s Stitches, Inc.
Martha Shickle – Richmond Regional Planning District Commission ♦
Lauren Soles -BDO USA, LLP
Kris Stacer – Shoe Diva
Jennifer Stern – The Fahrenheit Group ♦
Bunny Sumner Young – A Better Place Consulting, LLC
Essie Weiss – Capital One ♦
♦ = ChamberRVA members
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
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.