ABWA provides opportunities for members to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support and national recognition. The programs are market relevant and topics that are relevant to professional growth.
2017 Professional and Personal Development
August – Annual review of Chapter Operational Policies (Standing Rules, Goals, Product Code of Conduct, Vision Statement, Budget)
September 6 – ABWA’s Community Connections- Jamie Helander and Nikki Bearden
October 5 – Resume Updates and Branding Strategies – Travis Then, Assistance Director for Career Development at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro
November 1 – National Conference Reports – Member Attendees
December 6 – Entrepreneur Beginnings – Karla Comer, Director of Entrepreneurship at the YWCA of Greensboro
2018 Professional and Personal Development
January 3 – Millennials and Leveraging their Talents in the Workforce – Lizzy Tahsuda, Manager of Career & Professional Development in the Bryan School of Business at UNC Greensboro.
February 7 – Loving Yourself- Managing Work & Personal Life Stress – Dr. McCall Sink Tanner, Chiropractor