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"Don’t be afraid to succeed. Listen to others and listen to yourself. Trust your intuition and acknowledge what you think and feel. Be assertive because you can press forward." -Christina Galeo, Founder and CEO of Long Island Women in Power ("LIWP")
On Tuesday, February 9, 2010, the LIWP executive board and members shared those and other words of wisdom during the "Reinventing You Part II" event. Diane Grannum, Broker, Anna Beigelman and the staff of EXIT Realty Results of Merrick graciously hosted and sponsored the evening at the Merrick Avenue location. As an aside, serve Red Velvet Cup Cakes at your next gathering and see what happens!
Kudos to member Carol Klein of Mismatch Clown for the information and opportunity to make a difference by joining with her in her cause, Our Heroes Night Out for Homeless Veterans.
While nothing tops inner beauty, looking good on the outside matters too. Member Therese Green presented an informative and powerful display and sampling of Nu Skin Products.
Long Island Women in Power ("LIWP") hosted its first event of 2010 on Tuesday, January 19, 2010 from 6-8:30 p.m. Attendees helped to support "New Eyes For The Needy" by donating eyeglasses, frames and sunglasses that LIWP donated to NewEyesForTheNeedy.org Jodie Feist, Owner of Plainview Opticians sponsored the event held at 393 S. Oyster Bay Road in Plainview. Guest speaker Mary M. Reilly, representing AFLAC, spoke about "How to Protect Your $$$ and Your Health" LIWP executive team discussed "Education/Training: How to Develop a 3 Month Marketing Plan." Guests enjoyed complimentary food and refreshments. Up-coming event registration is guaranteed at: LongIslandWomenInPower.com
Long Island Women in Power (516) 640.8618
On Thursday, December 5, 2008, the Long Island Women in Power hosted the Brittany Maier and Friends Foundation fundraiser at the Memorare Club. The Foundation's mission is to enhance, via the arts, the lives of people with disabilities by providing the means, materials and support necessary to pursue and fulfill individual potential. It was founded by Tammy Maier in honor of her daughter Brittany who is blind, autistic, mentally disabled. Tammy supported her daughter's wish to become a stage performer and helped Brittany become one of the most gifted savant pianists in the world. Funds raised will go toward an established music school for people with disabilities.
Networking Happy Hour by Alyssa-Rae, Assistant Editor
The February 20, 2008 networking Happy Hour, hosted by LIWP, was held at Café Toscano Fusion in Massapequa, featuring Christina Galeo from C-Results, Inc., who educated attendees about PR training and networking. In addition, Dana Kayaian spoke on environmentally safe products and how to incorporate them into daily living.“Attendance was high, which made networking beneficial to all,” V.P. Crissy Salamon commented on the event.Long Island Women in Power, Inc. was established to unite women entrepreneurs of many different trades of Long Island together, and this event provided an opportunity for them to meet and socialize. Pictured below are photos taken at the event.
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