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March 2019 Professional Development Workshop

Susan C. Young presenting "Review, Redo and Renew" -- Keys to Positive Transformation
March 20, 2019 | 8:00 AM CDT

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Meeting/Event Information

The RNPW program year is September through June of each year.  Our meetings are typically the 3rd Monday of each month.  However, in September we kickoff the program year with an evening reception that is a bit more relaxed so that members can renew contacts, meet new friends, and learn what the upcoming year will have for informational and inspirational speakers.

2018 - 2019 Theme: "What If....."
     we could transform ourselves?
                                              our businesses?
                                                   our community?"

Each year our Program Committee works diligently to invite exceptionally dynamic women from the region to speak on their achievements—both the successes and challenges in reaching their goals. Read the "More Info" on each month's topics and register before the cutoff date to void a late fee.  

Non-Members/Guests are welcome to attend at any time up to 2 meetings before membership is required -- member referral is not a requirement to attend or join.

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What If....Mentoring Matters?

May 20, 2019
11:30 AM CDT - 1:00 PM CDT
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Mauh-Nah-Tee-See Club
5151 Guilford Road
Rockford, IL 61107
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Shamika Williams, a Rockford native and founder of KFACT Inc. (Keeping Families and Communities Together) a nonprofit youth development and mentoring program established to alleviate the opportunity gaps among underserved youth in the Rockford community. She is known by family, friends, and colleagues for her passion to ensure that youth are empowered through opportunities to enhance and expand their lives through postsecondary education. Mrs. Williams brings over 10 years of non-profit experience to KFACT Inc. and she has worked with several non-profit and government organizations to bring about change in Rockford, IL. Mrs. Williams is well known in the Rockford community and often sought after as a youth advocate to assist organizations with engaging families and promoting the development of underserved youth. Ms. Williams is a graduate of Judson University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services and a Masters of Organizational Leadership.           

All members have logins and passwords and must register for meetings with your login, do not register as a guest.  If you do not remember your login or password, click the link for it to be retrieved.  Or email membership@rockfordnetwork.org for further help.

Members-To-Be are welcome to attend 2 meetings/events before deciding to join our thriving group!

Member referral is not a requirement to attend or join.

Cutoff is May 16 at midnight.

Tickets

$18.00 Member Ticket
$23.00 after 11:45 pm May 16

$18.00 Guest Ticket
$23.00 after 11:45 pm May 16