Women TIES creates, hosts, sponsors and supports a variety of local, regional and state-wide entrepreneurial events. The website is updated frequently with important strategic networking and educational programs. You'll find event details, speaker profiles and registration information. Bookmark this page, so you can visit it easily to learn more about valuable entrepreneurial events to help you grow your business. Women TIES believes attending our strategic sales, networking and educational events is a valuable investment in your business.
Who wants to join the Women's Athletic Network at the 5K BoilerMaker in Utica this year? It is on July 14, 2019. Women TIES and Women's Athletic Network Founder Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham wants to take some women with her to run this iconic event! You can even meet Kathrine Switzer while you are there. Kathrine's is one of Tracy's favorite feminist women!
Tracy was suppose to run the Boilermaker on July 9, 2006 when her father passed away that morning from a stroke 6 days prior. It's time for her to fulfill her dream and she wants women at her side!
Registration is closed but we are looking for women to tell us if they will be there cheering or running the 15K! We want to know!
About the Presenter
Tracy loves to run and women entrepreneurs. Why not join her in a joint event to run and be with other women to celebrate each other, fitness and health? Join us and invite some other women or girls in your life to join us.
Women TIES, LLC is offering a special summer business, fitness and personal service called "Kayak Chats." Inspired by personal and business chats while kayaking with her husband on Onondaga Lake, Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham is offering to take women entrepreneurs, women in business or women interested in sports on a kayak experience to discuss personal, business or sports related topics while enjoying the beauty of the water, nature and sport.
If you don't have access to a kayak or Onondaga Lake by boat, join Tracy for some serenity and discussions lakeside. The chats are all about what the woman attending is interested in talking about. Kayak Chats include kayaking up to two hours (or less depending on the attendee) and then continuing the conversations parkside, at the nearby Women TIES poolhouse or at a coffee shop near the park.
Main Requirements include:
1. Ability to swim and no fear of water or falling into Onondaga Lake
The date and time will be set for your personal business adventure, with smoother water typically being in the morning.
The cost is
Cost includes kayak, floating device/life jacket, guide, chat, and water bottle. $25 non-refundable deposit to secure the date/time sent via Pay Pal.
Let's have some fun this summer, chatting lakeside and on the water, sharing business strategies and enjoying the lake in this unique, creative and fun format.
About the Presenter
An adventurer at heart, Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham is taking her love for water, sharing business wisdom and inspiring women entrepreneurs onto water. Tracy grew up on a lake learning to swim, sail and water ski at an early age. She continues her passion for being on the water with helping women in business in a unique and fun "advising" type of way this summer.
Women TIES Mohawk Valley Summer Lake Luncheon "Brilliant Marketing Tips to Grow Your Business" Sponsored by TRM Environmental Consultanta and the New York Women's Business Center
The summer is the perfect time to take a break from the white walls of your office and travel to Lake Delta at the beautiful Teuguaga Country Club in Rome for a summer business lunch in a relaxed atmosphere while learning vital marketing tips from a Mohawk Valley woman entrepreneur who has grown her business significantly in revenue the past year.
Women TIES Mohawk Valley Summer Event "Brilliant Marketing Tips to Grow Your Business" sponsored by TMR Environmental Consultants and the New York Women's Business Center presented by Catherine Dare, Founder of TRM Environmental Consultants, a certified woman owned business. Learn from Cathy how to create a 15 second marketing pitch that truly elevates your business brand the moment it is introduced and the next marketing steps after that successful pitch to land a client.
Cathy will also share how she has grown revenue by being getting a woman owned business certification. Walk away with ideas to work on the rest of the summer to take your business to new heights.
The event is co-sponsored by TRM Environmental Consultants. TRM provides direction and leadership expertise for designers and owners in the environmental and construction industries, so they achieve maximum value for their investment. We are a New York State Certified Women owned company.
It is also co-sponsored by the New York Women's Business Center based in Utica, New York. The Women's Business Center has been established to assist women in a variety of business skills and ongoing technical assistance. Learn more at www.nywbc.org.
About the Presenter
TRM Environmental and Chief Executive Manager, Catherine Dare are well versed in the remediation process from remedial investigation to remedy installation, including investigation and data collection, risk assessment, remedy selection and implementation.
Teaming with experts in research, training and regulations (RCRA, CERCLA, OSHA, TSCA, CWA, EPCRA, CFATS, and DOT), TRM develops strategic environmental solutions, understanding the critical nature of field work and environmental support while working to ensure a timely and cost effective environmental solution.
TRM and its partners are well versed in the air and particulate industry and are sought after for their expertise. Through her work with TRM, Ms. Dare has provided expert witness support for both private corporations and public agencies regarding the remediation process and its successful achievement of corrective action objectives.
TRM has developed a team of field engineers who provide owner's on-site representation and construction inspection services. Our team ensure work is completed in accordance with approved plan, specifications, as well as change orders. Our team provides payment verification to reduce extras, and save our client money while ensuring a properly constructed outcome.
Women TIES loves promoting women entrepreneurs to each other and the public because we believe women deserve to make more money. It is our way of trying to eradicate pay inequality until a law is passed.
From July 1st - September 13th, Women TIES will host one hour live interviews with their members or other women entrepreneurs as a way to capture vital information to share in written form for their popular blog and social media marketing channels with some live soundbites for the Women TIES YouTube page.
The interviews will be held live in the Women TIES pool house or poolside in western Onondaga County right off the Thruway.To schedule a time, fill out our registration form and you'll receive dates and times for the interview.
Use the Tracy Higginbotham and Women TIES two decade marketing platform to promote yourself and your business while enjoying the visit poolside. It's a win-win opportunity.
About the Presenter
Two time "SBA Women in Business Champion" for the past quarter century lives to promote and unite women entrepreneurs to increase their brand image and opportunity for sales.
Women TIES is proud to be a media sponsor for the second year because we believe strongly in this event and its organizers CREW (Civically Re-Engaged Women).
CELEBRATING OUR HISTORY IN NEW YORK STATE
* Advancing the Women's Agenda & Advocacy
Documented some 171 years ago, women like Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Harriet Tubman, and "suffragents" like Frederick Douglass and many, many others were awakened to this activism, manifesting their voices in the historic "Temperance" and "Abolitionist" movements. This awareness and understanding validated that women "holistically" - regardless of race, heritage and culture - have endemic common values steeped in what all Americans have defined and revered as their inalienable rights.
We celebrate this milestone through the launching of a series of freedom-based events as we march toward 2020 emphasizing our triumphs and strengths. We have "come a long way baby," and despite the convoluted path, we emerge like swans - a bit scarred yet whole, intact and ready to face a brave new world.
Please join us this is an intergenerational celebration of Women, Family and Friends. All are welcome to share, be inspired and network as we celebrate our victories, commonalities and differences.
To register put this address in your browser https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfyW2QUzS2cK3Ep7GlMPSN9UCN9Ba3U2_Wu8v8qsw0asMcHKQ/viewform
About the Presenter
CREW is a national non-profit organization providing education and training with a political focus. CREW hosts bi-annual conferences and special events featuring best practices for winning results. At the conferences, private and public sectors compare playbooks on efficiency, volunteerism, corporate social responsibility and contemporary progress to prominent societal values and practices. Additionally, CREW offers subcontractor "branding" services to prominent organizations and institutions and creates original training programming for political and leadership disciplines. CREW focuses on constituents who make up underrepresented and underserved populations. CREW connects women who have a desire to engage in civic affairs and supports women in their efforts to win elected or appointed office. CREW is a nonpartisan organization and does not take political sides on any issues.
If you are a woman entrepreneur who loves running or walking, the latest Chicken Soup for the Soul: Running for Good, is a perfect gift for you or anyone you love.
Women TIES has the books for sale because President Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham has a story in this edition called "Boston Love." It details meeting running icon Kathrine Switzer and CEO of 261Fearless.org, Edith Zuschmann of Austria, along with 13 global and American women in New York City as the organization was launched in November 2015. You also run with Tracy through the iconic streets of Boston as she takes on her first marathon and learns important life lessons.
Amy Newmark the editor says: Whether you want to get moving, or keep moving, you need inspiration. Novice walkers and seasoned runners alike will find that inspiration, and so much more, in these stories written by those who know that the toughest step to take in any walk or run is the first.
Beginning an athletic pursuit like running or walking for fitness takes a good deal of motivation, determination, and inspiration, all of which can be found in these 101 real-life stories. Written by people who took that all-important, and elusive, first step, these stories will not only help readers get off the couch and get moving, but they'll inspire even the most seasoned of athletes to keep moving. Coauthored by the famous ultramarathoner Dean Karnazes, who brings his own advice to readers, as well as stories from some of the best-known runners in the world.
The cost of the book in stores ranges up to $14 with shipping and a signature, we are selling it for $20.
About the Presenter
Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham is a 24 year woman entrepreneur who took up running in 2005 after her second son was born. Since then she has started the Women's Athletic Network in 2013, has run in numerous 5K races in CNY, Chicago and San Antonio, a half marathon in Syracuse, the Boston Marathon in 2017 and a all woman marathon in Devon, England with 3 international teammates.
The sweetest fundraiser possible......
One of Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham's son's best friends, Ryley Shackelton, who owns The Barber Shack in Camillus, NY, decided after seeing the Post Standard front page story about her struggle with the autoimmune disease Alopecia to host a Cut-A-Thon to benefit the National Alopecia Areata Foundation with a fundraiser and Tracy with a new wig.
On the opening Sunday of the NFL's 100th Year, The Barber Shack will cut hair for free in return for a donation that day to the cause. The event will be themed for the NFL Centennial season with beverages, food and numerous televisions playing the games as people wait for their hair to be cut. It will be festive, fun and a terrific way to support this special cause.
People can wear their favorite NFL Jersey or Team Shirt - since we'll take a tally of the most faithful fans that show up. Take a turn winning some raffle prizes winners of the new NFL Rule Changes or NFL History Trivia contests. Plus music and more fun! Come support this community event and special fundraiser.
"They lose their hair. We cut yours for free to help Alopecia suffers grow their hair back someday through a cure."
If you can't make the fundraiser but would like to contribute to the event, you can pay the "ticket price" for the event and proceeds will be brought to the event collection box by Women TIES, LLC.
Find out more about The Barber Shack at https://www.facebook.com/barbershackcamillus
For more information on Alopecia - visit the National Alopecia Areata Foundation at www.naaf.org
About the Presenter
Good things come to those who wait, and this young Camillus man didn't have to wait long to achieve his dream.
Riley Shackleton, 24, was born in Camillus, NY and had a passion for Syracuse basketball just like most of the members of the local community. It wasn't until the latter years of high school where he discovered one of his biggest talents, cutting hair.
He remembered getting a pair of clippers for Christmas in his tenth grade year of high school and using his friends to practice, including Tracy Higginbotham's son Adam.
From high school he had a vision for himself, to own his own barbershop. Weeks away from accomplishing that feat he recalls where the drive came from.
"When college came around I didn't want to go to college. I went to barber school and that took four months, got my license, and then I've been in shops ever since." After getting certified in 2014 at a Rochester barber school, Shackleton worked in four different locations across the Syracuse and Camillus communities including two separate spells at Campus Cuts a barbershop near the Syracuse University campus. His entrepreneurial mindset is what has encouraged him to finally open his own shop.
"It's always been a goal to open my own shop. That should be the goal for everyone to have their own whether it be in a different field or not. To be my own boss is what my goal is. "
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