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Thursday, April 9th - 5:30PM / 8:30PM
Six Things I Wish I Had Known When I Started My Business
Leslie Barber, Small Business Engagement Officer at Intuit QuickBooks and founder of NutraBella, the maker of BellyBars, pre-natal nutrition bars for pregnant women will share what she wished she knew and now shares will the thousands of small businesses she connects with at QuickBooks Intuit so they can benefit from her lessons learned.
Leslie Barber is a small business expert and advocate in her role as Small Business Engagement Officer at Intuit QuickBooks. As a business owner herself for over eight years and entrepreneur at heart, Leslie understands the daily challenges and sweet successes of running a business. She joined Intuit to share her experiences with more entrepreneurs and to make running their businesses easier with QuickBooks. Leslie holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management and a BA from Scripps College.
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Thursday, May 14th - 5:30PM / 8:30PM
Introducing the Enterprising Women Foundation Mentoring YEW Dinner Women Entrepreneurs & Girls in STEM
You are invited to a very special event, sponsored by the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO-SFBA), Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP), and Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO), celebrating outstanding women entrepreneurs in our community and coming together to recognize, inspire, and motivate the next generation of young women leaders.
Come and meet a panel of strong, courageous, and talented San Francisco Bay Area women entrepreneurs within STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) industries who will talk about and share their unique challenges within these male-dominated fields and how they overcame these barriers to eventually succeed. Their stories will provide motivation, inspiration, and self-confidence building to encourage girls to dream big and open their eyes to the path to entrepreneurial success.
In addition, our unique STEM program will include a ceremony that recognizes 5-10 high school girls from diverse backgrounds who are forming impressions on the right path for their future and focused on creating products and services in STEM or STEM-related field. Recognition for each girl includes a Certificate of Achievement.
Call for Nominations for Young Enterprising Women: To submit a name for consideration, please email Barbara Kasoff, email@example.com.
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For more information: contact Laura Russell-Jones, firstname.lastname@example.org.