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Member Profile: Julie McDermott

Member Profile: Julie McDermott

Let’s see, where to start…my husband and I have been married for nearly 20 years. We had a cat but he passed away in February. I have a BA in Communications, Mass Media emphasis, from UMKC. While I started college there my freshman year, I transferred to Mizzou for...

Book Review by Heather Brown

Book Review by Heather Brown

On vacation last May, I was walking on the beach listening to an audiobook of Furiously Happy: A Funny Book About Horrible Things by Jenny Lawson. Jenny narrated her own story and as I looked out over the ocean, I heard her say, “I'm...

Chair’s Corner: Connecting with the Chamber

Chair’s Corner: Connecting with the Chamber

By Teresa Snow, MU Health Care, Women's Network Chair A fellow Women’s Network member recently asked me to explain the relationship between the network and the Chamber of Commerce.  It had not occurred to me that some of our members might only identify with the...

UPCOMING EVENTS

Jun
01

Special Events Committee Meeting

The Special Events Committee plans several large events throughout the year, including fall and spring mixers, the ATHENA International Awards Banquet, Roses for Mentors...

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Jun
02

Leadership Team Meeting

The Leadership Team is the governing body of Women's Network, responsible for strategic planning, budget management, and overall direction of the network. This is...

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Jun
13

Marketing & Communications Committee Meeting

The Marketing & Communications Committee promotes Women’s Network activities and events through a variety of digital and traditional media channels. The committee prepares brochures,...

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“Women’s Network has connected me in the community in ways I never thought possible; it is the single best decision I have made in my path as a leader.”

-Michele Batye

“Being on Leadership Team for the first time has been empowering for my professional development as a leader.”

-Dr. Janice Dawson Threat

“My favorite part of Women’s Network is connecting and meeting new people through serving on my committee.”

-Nadia Ryakhmyatullov

“My favorite part of Women’s Network is all the connections I’ve made by getting involved with committees.”

-Michele Curry

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