Advocating for legislative issues affecting working women
Making connections and sharing information in pursuit of solidarity
Strengthening talents and improving skills for career advancement
Participating individually and collectively for a livable community
Twice each month, on the first and third Thursdays, you can join us at 400 Beach Seafood and Tap House for our General Membership Meetings. Enjoy a wide variety of interesting speakers and meet BPW members while enjoying a delicious lunch. Anyone may attend by simply making a reservation. The cost is $20 for members, $25 for non-members. Reservations are required by the Tuesday before the meeting. (Click on the coffee cup above to reserve or get more info)
The 2017 BPW Working Women’s Forum: Women of Influence held on October 17 was a huge success in so many ways. The panelists (Dr. Tonjua Williams, Molly Moorhead and Alizza Punzalan-Randle) were skillfully guided by moderator Cathy Unruh in a lively discussion of their careers, obstacles overcome, lessons for others and how best to exert influence. It was an evening filled with insight, humor, and honesty. The site of the forum, Lynn Pippenger Hall at USF St. Petersburg Kate Tiedemann College of Business, was amazing.
December, 2017 - Welcome to winter in Florida! Time for warm sweaters and cozy blankets with the dog to keep your feet warm-the weather is unusually cold for us now. As a northerner, it’s kind of nice having a change in the weather, but I’m grateful every morning to wake up in (usually) sunny and warm Pinellas County!
On January 18, BPW welcomes Amy Foster, St. Petersburg City Council, District 8, who will discuss how working women can succeed, how to get involved in the city and how the small business enterprise ordinance has changed. Amy is a Past Chair of the City Council. Professionally, Amy is the Executive Director of the Guardian Ad […]
To kick off the 2018, BPW welcomes Carla Bristol to share her story in creating a Successful Career from Sales to Art. Carla Bristol, is the Owner and Creative Strategist behind Gallerie 909 and her private label clutch and clothing line, Jamii and the founder of the Annual Black Arts and Film Festival. License Realtor […]
Do you like your business card? Is it projecting the image of you or your business that you desire? Let’s meet up and talk about it with experts. On January 31, you are invited to The Melting Pot (2221 4th St N, St. Petersburg) for an event that is a little social, a little practical […]
On December 7, BPW welcomes The Reverend Canon Katie Churchwell to discuss religion in the workplace. She is an Episcopal priest at The Cathedral Church of St. Peter in Downtown St. Petersburg where she serves as the Canon for Community Formation. A transplant from Houston, Texas, Canon Katie and her family have thrown themselves into the vibrant life of […]