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NYS Women Buffalo Niagara Chapter Events
Sep
7
Marketing Mavens

Marketing Mavens

Creative Women in Business – these three talented marketing mavens will share their expertise on how to utilize marketing strategy, public relations, and digital/social media to promote and grow your businesses.

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NYS Women Buffalo Niagara Chapter Event Details
Sep
17
4th Annual Project 308 Art Festival

4th Annual Project 308 Art Festival

Natalie Brown, BNC member and Woman in Leadership honoree, is hosting the 4th Annual Project 308 Art Festival on Saturday, Sept. 17th, 2016, 12:00 - 5:00 pm on Oliver Street between Schenck Street and Robinson Street in North Tonawanda.

NYS Women Buffalo Niagara Chapter Event Details
Oct
5
Wellness for Busy Women

Wellness for Busy Women

Fit and busy! Wellness for Working Women. Like so many women, Carrie Callahan wears many hats: mom of 3, marketing professional, and photographer. And for years, she found it overwhelming.

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Why am I part of BNC...

You may be wondering if NYS Women Inc. is a good use of your valuable time. It is. I've been a member since 1999 and have made great contacts, great friends, learned a lot about a variety of topics and enjoyed wonderful food. What else could be worth only a couple hours of your time per month?

Amy Jo Lauber, CFP
Lauber Financial Planning

 

The Buffalo Niagara Chapter of NYS Women, Inc. – fosters the success of women in the workforce throughout Western New York; offering career advancement resources, work/life strategies, leadership development, and personal and professional connections.


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Women In Leadership Award

F. HartAugust 2016 Honoree

Franchelle Hart
Executive Director, Open Buffalo

One of 10 children, Franchelle C. Hart was born and raised in Niagara Falls, N.Y. From a very early age, Hart credits her great-grandparents for instilling the importance of hard work, the love of God and the love of humanity in her. Hart attended Buffalo State College, where she majored in Political Science and African-American Studies. As Ronald E. McNair Scholar, Hart traveled the country presenting her research on connecting music and activism. She also presented research on mandatory minimum drug sentencing laws and community impact, and New York State Rockefeller Drug Laws, which led her to a fellowship with the Congressional Black Caucus on Capitol Hill. Hart attended the University at Albany for her graduate education, where she majored in Public Policy.

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