Friday, October 15, 2010

Professional Women Debuts in Westchester

Down for Business, Up for Fun -- Jamie Imperati Rolls Out the Third Chapter in her Successful Support and Educational Network for Enterprising Women
  The Professional Women of Westchester (PWW) announces its official launch on Monday, November 8th, 2010, at Milonga of White Plains, from 6-9pm.   Led by founder, Jamie Imperati, the PWW is the third chapter in Imperati’s business networking association for women.  In March of this year, Jamie launched the Professional Women of Putnam (PWP) and on October 20th, Professional Women of Connecticut (PWC) will host its first meeting.
Working with a close group of women, Jamie’s “secret sauce” is her desire to create an environment which acknowledges that men and women take different approaches when prospecting for business. “In addition to approaching business differently, I find that when women and men gather at networking events, women sometimes feel uncomfortable demonstrating their nurturing, emotional side along with their professional and business issues.  I wanted to create a relaxed forum where women could talk business in a way that is natural and uninhibited,” says Imperati.
The Professional Women of Westchester encourages women from a variety of professions and trades to connect and support each other in a non-competitive environment.  The PWW doesn’t exclude anyone from any business. The group believes there is enough growth opportunities out there for   everyone. To register for this event or to become a member,  visit Advance registration is required for the November 8th launch.  The cost is $10 and includes appetizers and cash bar.  Please see website for details.

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