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.
Women TIES is proud to media sponsor our member events including this one hosted in part by Andi Simon of Simon Associates.
Let's gather around 102 Amazing Women who inspire others with their wisdom as we honor their extraordinary insights and achievements. Join us to celebrate and elevate as we make Women Mean Business: Over 500 Insights From Extraordinary Leaders To Spark Your Success (Andrews McMeel, September 26th) the businesswomen book of the decade.
Women Mean Business is all about championing the success of women in business and helping others also achieve great things: "As I rise, I lift others." These remarkable women are smashing gender barriers and driving change, and Sept. 26th, you can meet them, learn from them, and be inspired by them.
Join us. Bring your friends, your colleagues, and your teams to our Virtual Book Launch Celebration.
It is time to go back to our junior or highschool days and lace up some roller skates and hit the track to try Roller Derby - one of the sports Founder of Women TIES and the W.A.N. has on her must-try sports list. Who else is in?
For your information:
Roller derby is a roller skating contact sport played on an oval track by two teams of five skaters. It is played by approximately 1,250 amateur leagues worldwide, mostly in the United States.
We are happy to announce CNY Roller Derby will host Tracy and her gang of pink sporting rebels at Rookie Night at Skate-A-While in Rome, NY. They will provide all the equipment except the mouthguards which you'll need to buy and bring with you. We want a team name so we will take name suggestions from everyone who signs up.
The cost for the entire 8-week program with games is $50 (if you have interest in their offer) but for us to drop in and play one night is $10. I'm increasing it to $29 so we can give them a tip and bring us some water and snacks. A decent price for two hours of fun and learning.
So who wants to join me on skates and go back to the 80's to play, network and bond with other women in business and sports?
I'll see you on skates!
By the Way:
A 60-minute roller derby game, or bout, is a series of two-minute timed jams. Each team, typically with a roster of 15, fields five skaters during each jam: one jammer, designated with a star on their helmet, and four blockers. The jammer scores a point for each opposing blocker they lap. The blockers simultaneously defend by hindering the opposing jammer, while also playing offense by maneuvering to aid their own jammer.
About the Presenter
Tracy first tried roller blading in junior high school in Rome, NY many moons ago, now she returns to give roller derby a try since she is trying every sport once in her lifetime and taking women with her on her athletic journey.
The Women TIES Member-Only Meeting is happening on October 11th and we want more members attending it! All you have to do is reserve one hour of time - lunch time - and have a 4-minute pitch ready along with anything you have upcoming you want to share, market, or promote.
After everyone has a turn, we are going to talk about scheduling speaking gigs in 2024. Who do we want to speak in front of? Who is our target audience? Can anyone in our group help make connections?
Join us for a friendly, productive, and promotional meeting with some of our favorite women entrepreneurs across the state. You don't want to miss it.
About the Presenter
Almost three decades of working her hardest to connect women entrepreneurs together online, in person, and even in sporting events, to increase their economic ties, opportunities, and revenue.
Women TIES & Women's Athletic Network Event: Loop the Lake - The New York State Marathon Weekend 10K
Women TIES and the Women's Athletic Network keep pushing the boundaries of sporting events to keep bringing women new challenges. Since many women have run a 5k, what about upping the miles and trying a 10k?
Join Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham and friends as they take off on a 6.2 mile (10K) race to try a new sport distance or sport, while running with other women and friends, grabbing a cool medal and shirt, and even attending a fun party the next day.
A celebration of the Great State of New York, Races passes through a beautiful tree-lined course that loops around Onondaga Lake. The weekend kicks off the morning of Saturday, October 14th with the 5k and 10k runs. Then continues the morning of Sunday, October 15th with the full and half marathons.
The link to join us is below. The cost is $50 plus $4 in fees before October 14th at 8 a.m.
Before heading off to sign up, make sure you "register" with us on this form so we know you are going and we can add you to the Women TIES running team! No cost, just want to know you are with us so we can communicate and coordinate.
About the Presenter
A business sports enthusiast trying every sport once and taking women along with her!
As women entrepreneurs, we have a chance when something personal develops in our lives to actively participate in a solution and help others These unplanned opportunities turn into golden nuggets if we choose to see them that way.
At the Rochester Women TIES Event, "Become An Advocate. Change Lives." Renee Nearpass, Founder of Perinton Family Acupuncture, will share how a breast cancer diagnosis provided her the opportunity to become an advocate working with the Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester which has supported her personally and provided her with the education to assist other women with a similar diagnosis throughout her community.
Renee will also share how advocacy work has helped to expand her network professionally by being part of the Acupuncture Society of New York (ASNY) with the goal of providing more access to patient care.
Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham will touch base on her involvement in connecting with other people in Central New York with Alopecia and how it has created new kinships and media exposure.
We are looking for a sponsor for this program. If you have an interest in this excellent marketing opportunity before and at the event, please contact the Women TIES office for more information at 315-708-4288.
About the Presenter
Renee Nearpass is a licensed acupuncturist in the State of New York and holds a Masters degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MSAOM) from the New York Chiropractic College, Finger Lakes School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. as well as a Masters degree in Education from the University at Buffalo.
Renee is a member of the Phi Chi Omega honor society and studied abroad at the Zhejiang Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Hangzhou, China. Her training encompasses acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, tui na, Qi gong, and Eastern dietary therapy. She is also trained in Japanese theory and acupuncture. Her well-rounded experience includes providing care for various pain conditions, digestive and respiratory disorders, women's health, pediatrics, and cosmetic acupuncture. She has worked in various settings including the Veteran's Affairs Hospital in Canandaigua, New York, and continues to serve local veterans through the VA community care program.
As the owner of Perinton Family Acupuncture in Rochester, NY she has dedicated time in educating her community about pediatric acupuncture. Her interest includes research on the benefits of acupressure and acupuncture for pediatric patients and has co-authored a recently published systematic review discussing the positive effects of acupoint stimulation for postoperative nausea and vomiting in children.
Renee serves on the Acupuncture Society of New York (ASNY) Board of Directors and the ASNY Membership and Communications Committees. She is the ASNY Regional Representative for the following regions: Finger Lakes, Western New York and Southern Tier.
Tracy became a marathoner in the beautiful city of Boston in 2017. With outstanding support, she raised $8,000 for a new global running organization for women "261Fearless."
Six years later she returns to run the half marathon for the Dana Farber Cancer Center in honor of her members who have or had cancer and her dear friend Teresa Huggins. All money raised goes to the organizaiton for research and services.
If you would be so kind to donate any amount to her run and to help radicate cancer in future people, go to her Boston Half Marathon Fundraising page at: https://danafarber.jimmyfund.org/site/TR;jsessionid=00000000.app20026a?px=1442244&fr_id=2070&pg=personal&NONCE_TOKEN=320A276654AEA261BF6F65F707BED06A
She is trying to raise $1,000 and is close to her goal which she already raised once due to generous donors.
About the Presenter
A marathoner, half marathoner, and runner of other smaller races, uses her legs and will power to raise money for charities near her heart.
Women TIES is proud to media sponsor our member's events.
Wholly Education presents An Online Women's Retreat for Transformation called "NEW YEAR, NEW ME"
Discover how: Gratitude, Meditation, Forgiveness, and Balance can lead to Inner Peace.
If you would like to be added to the mailing list for more information as it becomes available, please email Jody Brown at email@example.com.
About the Presenter
Jody Brown is the founder of Wholly Education. Her mission is to empower people to realize their full potential by nourishing their body, mind, and spirit, with the goal of changing the world, one person at a time.
Jody loves guiding people through transitions as a Master Reiki Practitioner, a Meditation Instructor, a Certified Health Coach through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and a non-denominational Wedding Officiant specializing in non-traditional and custom wedding ceremonies in the Finger Lakes area. She also leads online Women's Health and Wellness Retreats.
The name, Wholly Education, comes from discovering the three words heal, whole, and holy all come from the same root word, the old English word hal. That means that there was a time when those three concepts were so intertwined that we only needed one word to describe them all. So Wholly Education is a play on those words. With today's holistic approach, we are integrating them back together again.
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