Northern Virginia Charter Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association Holds Business Meeting

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Dorri Scott

Dorri Scott

The Northern Virginia Charter Chapter (NVCC) of the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA) will hold its monthly business meeting on Thursday, January 21, 2016 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Old Towne Sports Pub, 8971 Center Street, Manassas, VA 20110. Guest speaker, Dorri C. Scott, Publisher, VA Woman Magazine Group will present the program: The Power of Story (aka Every Write Ain’t Good and Your Book Won’t Make You Rich). For information about Ms. Scott, visit http://loudounwomanmagazine.com/staff/dorri-c-scott-publisher-editor-in-chief/.

The Chapter meets the third Thursday each month from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Cost for the registration and lunch prepared by the culinary students is $20.00. Seating is limited to 30. Open to businesspersons working or living in and around Fairfax and Prince William counties. Guests and prospective members welcome. To register, use https://www.eventbrite.com/e/meet-dorri-scott-editor-of-w-magazine-tickets-20213558297.

The Northern Virginia Charter Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association embraces POSITIVE, ENERGETIC and SUPPORTIVE women willing to help themselves and other women in business succeed both professionally and personally. PWL We are committed to excellence in all that we do!

For more information about the meeting or the NVCC ABWA please visit the website www.abwanvcc.org. Find NVCC ABWA on Facebook at ABWA/Northern Virginia Charter Chapter. Visit http://www.abwa.org to learn more about National ABWA and WIN.

NVCC of ABWA is part of a national network of businesswomen. Founded in 1949, ABWA is a 25,000 member strong association with chapters and Express Networks nationwide, providing business skills training and networking opportunities for women of diverse occupations to enhance career advancement and personal development. ABWA has dedicated more than half a century to women’s education and provided workplace skills and career development training for more than 565,000 members.

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