Encouraging Women to Inspire Girls Conference

February 21, 2018

 

RWJ Fitness &Wellness Center, Trenton

 March 31st, 8:15 am to 12:30 pm

 

At PamTen, we believe in is empowering young girls and women to become their very best. Our CEO, Chaya Pamula, takes that to the next level by not only promoting women to build their career in the technology field, but being a part of this exciting, inspirational conference for women and girls.

 

It’s been said that investing in girls is the single most effective investment a family and a community can make.  But what does that actually look like on the ground.  Meet some of the freshest and wisest voices on girls’ empowerment in the region.  Learn how to unleash girls’ natural power and be an even bigger part of the solution. 

 

Through interactive discussions, panelists will talk about their career, their journey; maybe some twists and turns along the way.  This is a unique opportunity for our next generation of leaders to interact with dynamic women with specific industry expertise and also overall leadership skills that are equally important as they are transferable to other careers.  This program is targeted to high school girls and their moms are welcome.

 

Speakers include Amy Mansue, President, Southern Region RWJBarnabas Health, and workshops from Mayor Kelly Yaede, Mayor Hamilton Township; Chaya Pamula, President & CEO, Pam Ten;  Janet Davis, CEO JADE Consulting & Jamaican Grill; Danielle Gletow, Founder & Executive Director, One Simple Wish; Ayesha Hamilton, Esquire, Councilwoman West Windsor; and  Barbara Mascialino, Health Coach & Fitness Manager, RWJ Fitness & Wellness. There will also be prizes and gifts for attendees. 

 

The program is free, but registration is required by calling  609 584-5900, or on line at the Robert Wood Johnson Fitness and Wellness website.

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