Women's Spring Series
Weekly Brown Bag Lunch
Hosted by W.E.B.O.N.D Women's Empowerment and Business Owners Networking Development. Bringing life-balance, education and resources to women in business and career porfessionals
Tuesday from 12:00 to 1:00 pm
Admission: $5 weekly or $45 for the series - Registration required please!
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Revive, Rejuvenate, adn Reconnect with your Community and local business owners. Each week we will present a guest speaker.
This week's Topic is: : Rebirth and Growth
Speaker: Hannah Goodman
Hannah will discuss how women can use writing (journaling) as a means to transformation and growth, the essential ingredients that help us to make changes in our lives both personally and professionally. Perhaps you long for a career change or seek a way to revive an existing one. Maybe you have a business that you want to grow or develop. Or, maybe you are feeling burnt out between the pressures of work and home life. Whichever it may be, you can journal your way through it and come out transformed.
Hannah Goodman, M.Ed, MFA, is a former high school English teacher. She now owns her own small company, The Write Touch, offering a variety of services for clients of all ages–from tutoring across the content areas in writing and reading for elementary through college students to resume writing and career counseling for adults. She assists in the college application process, from SAT prep to writing the college application essay. Additionally, she is a writing coach and consultant to authors and would-be authors. Hannah is a member of the East Bay Chamber of Commerce, Editorial Freelancers Association and SCBWI as well as an author represented by Erzsi Deàk of Hen&ink Literary Studio. She resides in Bristol, RI with her husband, two daughters, and three cats.
“Hannah helped me create, design and implement my professional organizing business, from the initial concept through creating website content, marketing concepts and client profiles. When I was seeking to change careers mid-life, she was enormously helpful in divining where my strengths were and how to best implement them in a new business. She is perceptive, intuitive, creative and a great listener!”- Lisa S. Griffith Owner of The Organized Way .