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Join us for a great night of pilates and networking with the amazing and unapologetic Brenda Freeman! She combines her knowledge and training of the muscular and anatomical structure of the pelvic floor with her Pilates teaching to create a pilates experience all of us women will enjoy! Afterwards, comes the best part of networking - eating some snacks, and having some wine with fellow Boss Ladies! We can't wait to see you there! We help you build your business by connecting you with other like-minded lady entrepreneurs. Our monthly meetings are the perfect time to network, connect, give & receive referrals! Date: Thursday, March 12, 2020 Time: 6:00 - 8:00 PM Location: Warehouse Pilates 133 W Main St Unit 248 Northville, MI 48167 If you spread a positive vibe, own your own business / side hustle or have a new business idea and are looking for support, to build relationships and gain business through a unique and fun way of networking with other like-minded ladies, then please join us for an evening out! www.BossLadiesReferral.com Your reservation includes Apps & Adult Beverage! *Adults only!* **No Refunds, No Exchanges** (Tickets are non-transferrable) ***Each attendee needs their own ticket!*** ****Tickets sales will […]Find out more »
The Association for Women in Communications Detroit Chapter will host an evening program called “Project Management for Success and Sanity” from 6:00 – 9:00 pm on Thursday, March 12, 2020 at Lawrence Technical University, Rooms 336 and 337 in the William Buell Building. The professional development program will present tactical advice for all who need to practice project management whether they are supervisors, team leaders, freelancers or solopreneurs. Presenters are: Victor Allen, PMP and six sigma black belt, and Director of the Project Management Office at DTE Energy, managing a $1.8 billion major project portfolio. Claudia Duranceau, Ph.D. a technical consultant specializing in research project leadership for business strategy, plastics recycling, and technical evaluation, who teaches management and business courses at the college level. Erika Mackley, a seasoned art director, designer, and strategist at Finn Partners in Detroit, using analytical thinking and design to solve problems in a creative environment, managing projects from inception to completion. The program will be moderated by Jody Gaber, Director of the Media Communication Program at Lawrence Technological University, managing curriculum design, equipment budget, staffing and training faculty, and student advising. Project Management for Success and Sanity will provide the audience with these take-aways: Suggestions […]Find out more »
As we continue celebrating women this month, we can't get past this topic that is barely ever discussed : Menopause. Have you ever wondered what to expect as you head into middle age? Or you've been there and would like to learn how to better manage it? What is the difference between Pre, Peri and Postmenopause and how do we manage each of these. Got questions? This Chai & Chat session will give you the answers you seek. With a gamut of emotions and changes to cope with, the host of challenges that come with this evolution of self and body, there's a special sort of comfort in sitting in a circle with women who share your concerns. Our guest speaker for the evening is Dr. Amy Heeringa of Oakland Macomb Obstetrics & Gynacology in Lake Orion, MI.Find out more »
Each year, through the generosity of an endowment from Knoll International, the Knoll Lecture Series at Cranbrook Academy of Art brings a renowned designer to campus for a free public lecture to promote the importance of design and build discussions with the Academy students. This year, Johanna Grawunder will deliver the lecture, “CONCEPT”. Every project has a story. Whether a large-scale lighting installation, a unique art-design custom commission or a mass-produced product, the story we choose the tell is the driver of the design. Sometimes the story is a direct programmatic request or user-centered objective but for my work, the main story is CONCEPT. Sponsored by 3D Design Department and Knoll Lecture in Design. All lectures are free and held in deSalle Auditorium at Cranbrook Art Museum.Find out more »