ProWIN’s Official 15th Anniversary Bash!

When:
July 19, 2017 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
2017-07-19T11:30:00-04:00
2017-07-19T13:30:00-04:00
Where:
Dunwoody Country Club
1600 Dunwoody Club Dr
Atlanta, GA 30350
USA
Cost:
$40 member $45 member guest/affiliate/speaker guest $55 non-member
Contact:

Time flies when you’re being awesome! It’s been 15 years since ProWIN came on the scene, and we think that’s pretty awesome!

Come celebrate with us as we explore how ProWIN has impacted professional women in the last 15 years. We’ll discuss the progress of women in business, the current landscape for Atlanta’s career and entrepreneurial female professionals, and what’s on the horizon as our city and our nation evolve.

You’ll meet some of the founders of ProWIN, as well as past presidents, board members, volunteers, and supporters who have helped shape the organization’s success.

And what anniversary celebration would be complete without cake?

We expect a full house, so register early to reserve your seat.

Deadline to RSVP: July 17, 2017

Win a Free Lunch in 2017!

ProWIN One-on-One

ProWIN is all about Building Business by Building Relationships. You’re encouraged to do just that by connecting one on one with another professional you’ve met at a ProWIN luncheon, and then meeting for coffee, lunch, or drinks. When you do, complete the form, to be entered for a chance to attend the July 2017 luncheon FREE. Info must be received 1 week before the actual luncheon date.  You are eligible to win once in a 12-month period.

 

Enjoy a lively and fun panel discussion featuring some of ProWIN’s previous presidents, including:


  • Anita R. Henderson, 2017 President
    A communications specialist, Anita Henderson is known as “The Author’s Midwife.” She coaches and mentors corporate professionals and successful entrepreneurs to become published authors. Through her Write Your Life program, she shares strategies for writing, publishing, and marketing a book…and then leveraging it to upsell your expertise.

  • Linda Collette, 2014 President
    Linda Collett is a business attorney and CEO of The Collett Law Firm LLC, a boutique law firm in Metro Atlanta. Linda helps business owners avoid the stress and expense of legal problems and specializes in providing contracts in plain English. Her clients range from solopreneurs to multi-million dollar companies seeking to start, grow, buy, or sell their company with confidence and peace of mind.

  • Tricia Mulcare, 2015 and 2016 President
    Tricia Mulcare has been an active member of ProWIN. She first joined the New Member committee and where she hosted several new member orientation breakfasts. Tricia serves as Homrich Berg’s divorce specialist and has appeared on the Vision Anew radio show “Divorce Resource.” Tricia continues to serve on the Advisory Board for Visions Anew, a local non-profit that empowers divorcing women to successfully create and achieve a new vision for their lives.

  • Tammy Hurt, 2007 President
    Tammy Hurt is a partner at Atlanta’s Endeavor Sound and Managing Partner at Placement Music, a boutique entertainment firm specializing in licensing, custom music and scoring for all forms of media. Highlights at Placement Music include, being commissioned by FOX Sports for two consecutive years to create original, orchestral score for Super Bowl. Additional credits include multiple custom placements in David Cross’ indie film HITS, which debuted at the 2014 Sundance Festival, as well as placements for Paramount Pictures, SONY, CBS, NFL and NASCAR.

  • Loraine DiSalvo, 2011 and 2012 President
    Loraine DiSalvo has been practicing law in Georgia since 1997. Loraine is a partner with Morgan & DiSalvo, P.C. in Alpharetta. She has been named to the list of Georgia SuperLawyers every year from 2013 through 2017, has been named as an Atlanta Magazine Five Star Professional every year from 2010 through 2016, and was named as one of Georgia’s Legal Elite for 2017. Loraine’s areas of concentration include Estate Planning, Probate, Estate and Trust Administration, and Tax Planning.

 

 

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