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Executive Roundtable

Executive Roundtable

Women's Power Networking offers a monthly Executive Roundtable event.  These professionally facilitated monthly summits are designed to enlighten and energize professional women everywhere taking  our businesses to the next level of self-motivated success.  We do welcome men to these events as well and are open to members and visitors.

Executive Roundtable
Elaine Marshall Speaks at Roundtable

Here is your opportunity to learn from and share insights with other business leaders and power players about how to grow personally, professionally and profitably. Be sure to take this opportunity to be part of a forum where you can experience being "Extraordinary" by contributing to the various discussions/issues presented by guest facilitators. Our topics are chosen to enhance your skills and bring you to a higher level of personal growth and development. 

As you can see everyone is welcome to attend the roundtable and as an added value we do also offer a special WPN membership as a roundtable member.  We realize that many women a monthly meeting rather than a weekly meeting so to accommodate all women we offer this special monthly membership.  As a roundtable member each woman is invited to attend our coffee and contacts meetings, speak at the meetings, and enjoy full WPN benefits.  For more information please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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 2018 Fall WPN Events

North Carolina

"Bringing the Page to the Stage" WPN Power Lunch Featuring Speakers Rachel and Jorie Slodki  of the Women's Theatre Festival

Date: January 11, 2019
Time: 11:30am - 1:00pm/EST
Location: Gonza  Tacos y Tequila 525-105 New Waverly Place, Cary, NC 27518
Details: Fresh from The Women's Theatre Festival come Director Jorie Slodki and Producer Rachel Kasten ;who helped to bring the true story of The Radium Girls to the stage in the play, "These Shining Lives."  In the early twentieth century, young girls and women were enticed to find work painting watch faces, dials and military instruments with a mysterious glowing substance called radium.  Many became gravely ill and/or died as a result of ingesting the radium, and their court cases ultimately helped to improve working conditions for people across the world.  Jorie and Rachel will provide us with a fascinating look at history as well as the challenges and joys of bringing this important story to the stage.  You're sure to leave with a fresh perspective of the Radium Girls' story and how women in the theater inspire us to be bold and courageous every day.