Nutmeg Chapter Vision Statement We are Aspiring, Bright, Women Achieving goals and dreams. Spice up your life with a little Nutmeg! The Chapter’s recipe for success to empower its members includes some key ingredients: inspire one another, respect for all, a thirst for knowledge, and a taste for success. We aptly utilize networking, business, and communication skills as we cultivate our future.
The mission of the American Business Women’s Association is to bring together business women of diverse occupations and to provide opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support and national recognition.
Spice up your life!Join the Nutmeg Chapter today!
Interested in joining this dynamic local chapter of ABWA?
Contact our Membership Committee for more information. The Committee chair is Rita DiMaria firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program Speaker: Wendy Haskell
Phoenix Rising Acupuncture LLC is owned and operated by Wendy Haskell L. Ac. Wendy is a graduate of The University Of Bridgeport's Masters Program in the Acupuncture Institute. She has completed more than 2700 hours of training, therefore far exceeding the minimum national requirements for an Acupuncturist and was awarded the Director's Award for Scholastic Achievement in Acupuncture.
Wendy has worked in the medical field for over 20 years providing experience in immune therapy clinical trials for cancer at Dana Farber Cancer Institute and Yale New Haven Hospital/Yale University. Her complementary healing arts also include being a third degree Reiki practitioner and studies in Cranio-Sacral Therapy. Her knowledge in Eastern and Western medicine allows her to fully understand her client’s condition in order to provide an effective treatment.
Wendy is board certified by the National Council of Chinese Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and is certified in Clean Needle Technique. She is a Licensed Acupuncturist in Connecticut and is a member of the American Acupuncture Council as well as the Connecticut Society of Acupuncturists.
Vocational Speaker: Doreen Dilger (Time Management & Organizing ExpertThe Home Based Business Coach)
"I coach entrepreneurs who work from home who are frustrated and overwhelmed who want to get more done daily, make more money and enjoy the benefits that working from home provides."
Recognition of the Woman of the Year, Past W.O.Y, Top Ten
Spring Membership Drive & Spring Food Drive!
Reminder: The ABWA National Spring Conference is held in Roanoke, VA ... 4/24/14 through 4/26/14
10. The more members, the merrier.
9. Expand your league’s
network, not just locally,
but nationally level as well.
8. Enhance ABWA’s reputation
in your community.
7. Practice organizational
6. Gain valuable sales
5. Achieve national
recognition for yourself
and your group at district
and national conferences.
4. Put into practice valuable
team-building skills that
will show tangible results.
3. Get to know current
members better as you
work toward a shared goal.
2. A task shared is half a task!
If everyone does a little, no
one has to do a lot.
1. The number one reason to
recruit new members is
because any woman anywhere
benefits by being part of a
prestigious, dynamic, and
What are your top 10?
We'd like to recognize our member, JULIE CLARK, for completion of the KU-MBA Essentials program. This accomplishment is a first for one of our chapter members.
Julie has also been nominated as 2014 Woman of the YEAR! Congratulations, from the entire ABWA Nutmeg Chapter family!