Posted By Guy Timberlake, The American Small Business Coalition, LLC,
Sunday, January 25, 2009
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On the morning of March 12th, The ASBC Women President's, Owner's and Chief Executive's Group will host an open breakfast meeting at Teqcorner in McLean, VA. Their special guest that morning is Amy Morris, Executive Editor at Federal News Radio, who in addition to discussing her role as co-host of the Daily Debrief with industry media veteran Chris Dorobek, will discuss the influence and uses of social networking tools such as Facebook and Twitter.
Although this is an open meeting, there are two rules still in effect:
Feel free to contact us if you would like additional information about the POCx Women's Group or the March 12th event.
- All guests must be Presidents, Owners or CEO's of their respective companies; and,
- No gentlemen are permitted (unless they are wearing kilts!)
The POCx Women's Group provides content of specific interest to Women Presidents, Owners and Chief Executives of companies doing business in the government sector. These activities expand the knowledge base of company leaders and assists them in addressing business issues more informed and more quickly.
For the March 12th meeting month group chair Angela Dingle and the other Women Presidents, Owners and Chief Executives welcome Amy Morris (click here for bio), Executive Editor at Federal News Radio and co-host of the Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek.
A native of South Carolina (and a HUGE Gamecocks fan, despite head coach Steve Spurrier), Amy got her start with her coverage of the Elian Gonzales conflict. She also covered the saga of missing intern Chandra Levy, the September 11th attacks, and the D.C. area sniper shootings of October 2002, for which she won a national Murrow Award. In addition to her journalist talents, she is also an avid patron of social networking tools such as Facebook and Twitter which will be among the topics she discusses on March 12th.
The POCx Women's Group is a sister activity to The ASBC's President's, Owner's and Chief Executive Officers Silo (POCx), open to all Chief Executives and Owners of Member companies.
There is no hidden agenda and this is not a forum for participants to make a sales pitch. This is an exclusive opportunity for business leaders to discuss issues they face with others who have been presented similar challenges as they pursue their business and personal goals.
Participation in the March 12th meeting is open to Women Business Owners and Chief Executives everywhere!
Your registration fee also includes a catered hot breakfast.
The POCx Women's Group is sponsored by:
federal news radio