Women in Business
We are doing the Book Club slightly different this year. Instead of meeting on a weekly basis, we are announcing the book and you will have the month of September to read it.
We will be gathering on October 4 to discuss!
Ready for some Summer Reading?
We are excited to announce our September book!
"Everything is Figureoutable"
by Marie Forleo
The central idea of the book is that with the right mindset and approach, you can overcome any challenge or obstacle in your life.
- Positive Mindset: The book encourages a positive and proactive mindset. It teaches you to approach problems with the belief that there's always a solution, and it's within your power to find it. This shift in perspective can be incredibly empowering.
- Resilience: The book offers insights into building resilience and grit. It teaches you how to bounce back from failures and setbacks, and how to keep pushing forward even when faced with challenges.
- Problem-Solving Skills: By reading this book, you'll gain practical tips and strategies for solving problems and overcoming obstacles. It emphasizes the importance of taking action and experimenting with different approaches to find solutions.
- Creativity and Innovation: The book encourages creative thinking and exploring unconventional solutions. By embracing the idea that everything can be figured out, you're more likely to think outside the box and come up with innovative ideas.
Ultimately, "Everything is Figureoutable" is about creating positive change in your life. It's about taking control, embracing challenges, and transforming your mindset to achieve your goals and dreams.
We will do the discussion recap on the evening of October 4. Make plans now to join us!
Women in Business: Leading Ladies Series
An empowering and insightful program that shines a spotlight on the remarkable achievements and contributions of women in the world of business. This program offers an engaging exploration of the journeys, triumphs, and challenges faced by female leaders, entrepreneurs, and visionaries across various industries. Through compelling discussions, thought-provoking panels, and inspiring narratives, "Women in Business: Leading Ladies" aims to celebrate the accomplishments of these trailblazing women while also fostering meaningful conversations about gender equality, leadership, innovation, and the evolving landscape of modern business.
Our first speaker is Dr. Sherry Fleming, Director of the Johnson Cancer Research Center at Kansas State University.
She was a first generation student. Her dad was a carpenter and her mom worked in a grocery store. In addition, she was a non-traditional student as a military spouse and obtained her BS and MS in Microbiology from Kansas State University. After continuing her education, she returned to KSU to share her love of research.
Registration opens at 4:00 with our program beginning at 4:15 - 4:45 p.m. Then make plans for networking and even staying for dinner with your new friends!
Our second speaker on October13 is Brigadier General Niave F. Knell. The first female deputy commanding general in the history of the 1st Infantry Division.
She was commissioned in 1992 at the United States Military Academy, West Point, New York, where she also received a Bachelor of Science degree in Comparative Politics. Her military schooling includes the Military Police Officer Basic Course, Military Police Officer Advanced Course, United States Army Command and General Staff College, United States Army School of Advanced Military Studies, and National War College.
Registration opens at 2:45 p.m. with the program starting at 3:00 p.m. Make plans to stay for networking after the program.