Amy Edge to Speak at May 17 Triangle East CWBN Women’s ConferenceMay 09, 2019The Triangle East Chamber Women’s Business Network (CWBN) and Call Pernell will present the 2019 CWBN Women's Conference on Friday, May 17 from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm at The Farm at 95, 214 Batten Road in Selma. Join Chamber women for a day of interactive networking at one of Johnston County’s top venues.
Amy Edge is the founder of the Leading Edge Institute, and her keynote speech, “Secrets to Successful Business Engagements: Believe, Belong, Become,” applies to everyone. In her everyday role, Edge brings her unprecedented experience in leadership management and her passion for people to organizations in need of shaping future leadership talent. For Johnston County employers and nonprofits, that means investing in the women you identify as potential leaders by sending them to this development experience. Through her lessons learned, Edge guides management to plan, prepare, overcome obstacles, and build winning teams, even in the face of seemingly impossible challenges.
Edge will follow her address with an interactive conversation called “Building Professional Legacy.” Attendees will also have time to network and spend time with conference vendors. A few more vendor opportunities, focusing on the empowerment of women, are still available, as well.
The afternoon panel discussion is “Building Your Leadership Brand.” Panelists include Sol Haliburton, Executive Director, Johnston Health Foundation; Gabriella Connelly, Owner, Chefella’s Catering and Events; and Melissa Overton, Owner, Medical Training.me and our Triangle East Business Person of the Year. Leigh Powell Hines, Editor & Founder of HinesSightBlog, will moderate the panel.
Registration is $85 for chamber members and $95 for general admission. The half-day conference fee includes a continental breakfast provided by Panera Bread of Smithfield, and lunch catered by Oak City Farm LLC’s Under the Oak Café in Smithfield. To reserve your seat, go to www.triangleeastchamber.com.