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BPW INTERNATIONAL EXECUTIVE SECRETARY BESSIE HIRONIMUS TO SPEAK AT ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING FOR NEW BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S CLUB

Location

Alhambra , CA United States

Pasadena, CA— The Sierra Mar District of the California Federation of Business and
Professional Women is sponsoring an informational meeting on Sunday, January 21,
2018 at 2:00 p.m. at Du-Pars’ Restaurant, 214 S. Lake Avenue, Pasadena, CA. All
people interested in the promotion of working women are invited to attend this free
meeting to learn about the goals, objectives and benefits of the National Federation of
Business and Professional Women’s organization (NFBPWC). BPW fights for pay
equity and has fought for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment since 1937. BPW
provides personal development training in such area as salary negotiation, public
speaking and parliamentarian procedures. There is also networking opportunities
locally, statewide, nationwide and internationally. Refreshments will be served at this.

The speakers are Bessie Hironimus, recently elected Executive Secretary of BPW
International and Katherine Winans, President of the California Federation of Business
and Professional Women. They will talk about the training, recognition and opportunities
provided via seminars, workshop at local, district, state, national and international
meetings including information on BPW International’s consultative status at the United
Nations.

For more information and/or reservation, please call Linda Wilson (626) 307-5650 or E-
mail her at [email protected]

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