“I’m so excited to take on this leadership role and I look forward to getting to know each and every one of you!” she said to the group of professional women.
NAPW Local Chapters always find ways to give back to their communities and beyond. This was especially true in November, when members and guests gathered to help those in need. The Jacksonville, FL Chapter supports many local charities and has raised more than $4,500 for Girls Inc.
“During our November meeting, Chapter VP of Finance Charu Raheja read aloud a letter of appreciation from Girls Inc., thanking the Jacksonville Chapter for its support,” said Chapter President Carolyn Ward.
At the NAPW Lexington, MA Local Chapter meeting, the president congratulated members for their tireless efforts when it comes to giving back. She thanked member Davonna Saier, who recently donated 100 pairs of pantyhose to Dress for Success.
“NAPW national headquarters is impressed with our service to the community,” Misty D. Dotson told the group of professional women. “NAPW has a new Key City Initiative and I’m very proud to announce our Chapter has been selected as one of those key cities!”
Ivory Morgan-Burton, President of the Norfolk, VA Chapter also announced the Chapter’s designation as a key city. During the monthly meeting, members and guests brought donations for the Chapter’s two charitable initiatives: a food drive for Cat Rescue, Inc. and a shoe drive for Dress for Success.
All during the month of November, groups of professional women made connections and made a difference in their communities. Members supported one another and worked together to make their Chapters a success, whether they had a leadership role on the Chapter Board, helped to organize meetings and events or sat in the audience listening t
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