The Eight Flags Charter Chapter of American Business Women invites all Nassau County women to an interactive professionalism workshop on March 14. Three women who will help you up your professional game – Denise Bibeault and Abigail Grady will provide insights on personal image, wardrobe, and organizing. Kellie Boston will take professional headshots at an extraordinarily reduced cost.
You’ll have a hands-on interactive opportunity at the networking gathering to learn about “Organizing for the Real World” with Denise Bibeault. She shares easy tips to organize your home, business, and life. Bibeault uses humor and understanding to help her clients get the space they want and need. She earned her certification as a Boss Organizer with the organizer from the hit TV show, Hoarders and has participated in the show several times.
Abigail Grady is a custom wardrobe stylist and consultant who believes “Image equals Influence.” Confidence is built from within but portrayed outwardly. She helps clients find their personal style — authentically expressing who they are and what they want to display to the world. “I want them to feel themselves, influential, powerful, and inspired,” she shares. “When we get dressed, instead of worrying, we should ask ourselves what is the easiest and best?”
While gaining new business acumen, why not get a professional headshot to promote yourself? Boston Photography’s full-service portrait studio on Amelia Island specializes in making every portrait experience uniquely fit your needs. They are hosting an exclusive headshot special registration at an exclusive rate that includes your onsite session at the ABWA meeting on a solid black background (3 -5 proofs) and one electronic image of your choice for $65. Proofs will be available within seven days of your session. You must register for the photo shoot separately at https://www.bostonphotographyfl.com/form/abwa-professional-headshots
Register for the ABWA event, at https://www.abwaeightflags.org/event-details/abwa-march-networking-event and pay online no later than March 12. The cost is $20 for members, $25 for guests, and $15 for students.