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Chair’s Corner: Say No by Saying Yes

Chair’s Corner: Say No by Saying Yes

My Chair’s Corner this month will discuss how to say “No” by saying “Yes”. This is a tactic that can be used frequently in your professional life, especially if you’re in a position with constant interruptions. Here’s how: Example #1You’re working at your workstation,...

Member Profile: Jenny Mecey

Member Profile: Jenny Mecey

My name is Jenny Mecey and I am a Business Development Executive for CCU Strategies, a division of Columbia Credit Union on Walnut. I am originally from Webster Groves, Missouri which is a 10 minute drive from St. Louis but have lived in Bonne Terre, Missouri for 15...

Announcing the 2020 ATHENA award recipients

Jill Cox Women’s Network announced the recipients of the ATHENA Leadership and ATHENA Young Professional awards at the 26th annual ATHENA International Awards Banquet on September 24 at Stephens College. The ATHENA Leadership Award was presented to Jill Cox, Vice...

UPCOMING EVENTS

Dec
02

Special Events Committee Meeting

The Special Events Committee is the event planning committee for Women’s Network. This committee is in charge of several large events throughout the year...

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Dec
03

Changing the Odds Committee Meeting

Changing the Odds (CTO) strives to assist women who are looking for ways to improve their job prospects, including women who have never held...

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Dec
09

Monthly Program Committee Meeting

The Monthly Program Committee develops informative and dynamic monthly luncheon programming with an emphasis on business and leadership development.  All programs meet the mission...

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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 Steering 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 and the Changing the Odds 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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