WEO Meeting March 21, 2018
The Women Entrepreneurs Organization of SW Washington presents a delightful evening of connection, education, and support for women entrepreneurs and executives. In March, WEO welcomes the founders of Slumberkins, Callie Christensen and Kelly Oriard.
Keynote speakers Kelly Oriard and Callie Christesen share their experiences using social media to market their business with their presentation "Engaging & Empowering Your Target Audience through Social Media."
This meeting also features presentations by WEO members Carolee Dewars and Angie Sullivan.
Who: Women Entrepreneurs Organization of SW Washington (WEO)
What: monthly meeting
When: Wednesday, March 21, 2018, at 5:30 PM
Where: Warehouse 23, 100 Columbia St #102, Vancouver, WA 98660
How much: $49.50 advance for members/$54.50 visitors; includes buffet, dessert, coffee, tea, tax & tip
Kelly has a dual Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy and School Counseling and has worked as a school counselor and family therapist at a K-8 school in Portland, OR. She has a passion for traveling the world. She speaks 4 languages: English, Spanish, German, and American Sign Language. Kelly found a perfect partner in her husband Colin, who also has a passion for travel and learning languages. They both lived abroad and played professional sports in Europe after earning their bachelor degrees. Together, they are raising their two sons, Aidan and Oliver, to be bilingual in Spanish and English in the Pacific Northwest.
Callie has a Masters in Teaching with endorsements in Elementary Education and Special Education and worked as a special education teacher in a therapeutic Day Treatment school, as well as in an elementary school in the Pacific Northwest. Her passion lies in working with children and youth who experience behavior challenges or difficulties and supporting them in problem-solving, communication, and self-advocacy. Callie's husband is a United States Veteran who served as an Army Ranger. Together, they have four children: Logan, Henry, Owen, and Cora.
Networking begins at 5:30
Dinner at 6
Spotlight speakers at 7
Speakers from 7:15-8
Meeting ends at 8:30
Reservations are required; RSVP at http://www.weowa.org
The Women Entrepreneurs Organization of Southwest Washington is an association of women business owners and executives who meet the third Wednesday of each month to share knowledge, to network and to support one another in professional endeavors.