Archive for the ‘Event Writeup’ Category

Top 10 Takeaways from CEO Talk!

Porter Novelli, CEO Karen van Bergen, August 12 Event Re-cap It is not every day that you attend a wonderful event: captivating and dynamic speaker, great food and beverages, and well attended. The magic happened with CEO and speaker Karen van Bergen! Karen presented the following wisdom relevant to women seeking leadership roles while challenged […]

Alaska Airlines Executive Highlights 2015 Awards Dinner

The AWC Seattle Chapter’s 2015 Awards Dinner on June 17 celebrated the winners of our two college scholarships and our Georgina MacDougall Davis Founder’s Award winner, long-time member Connie Mennie. The keynote address by Alaska Airlines Community Relations Managing Director, Shaunta Hyde, highlighted the event. Ms. Hyde urged the several dozen attendees to take risks. She […]

Daring to Be Vulnerable

On May 7, a group gathered at Juno in Pioneer Square to discuss Brene’ Brown’s book, Daring Greatly. Brown is a shame and vulnerability researcher who writes and speaks widely on these topics (you may have seen her TedTalks). Brown defines vulnerability as “uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure.” We wanted to discuss how you can be […]

Celebration for Our New Members

A number of new members of the AWC Seattle Chapter had the chance to meet each other, and members of the Chapter Board, at a special event on April 23. MSLGROUP graciously hosted the gathering at their lovely headquarters at Publicis Seattle. We’re fortunate that two of our members started working at MSLGROUP in the past year. Thanks for […]

Fun Festivities at the 2014 Holiday Fundraiser

Many members and friends of the Association for Women in Communications Seattle Professional Chapter enjoyed the 2014 holiday fundraiser auction and dinner on December 3. Several students from the University of Washington’s AWC Student Chapter joined us for the festivities. This annual event is one of two the Chapter hosts to raise scholarship funds for communications students at […]

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