Women Presidents’ Org and U Baltimore Host Entrepreneur Workshop
The Women Presidents’ Organization — an international peer advisory group for women who lead million-dollar companies — and the University of Baltimore will partner up to host a free workshop for women entrepreneurs on Wednesday, April 6.
WPO and UB are hoping to see plenty of women with startup and pre-startup businesses or business ideas attend the event, which is free and open to the public. The workshop will run from 11:30AM to 4PM on the 12th floor of the John and Frances Angelos Law Center at UB.
The workshop will consist of two panel presentations, “Turning an Idea into a Successful Business” and “Growing a Small Business into a Multimillion Dollar Company,” both of which will be moderated by Tracey Gray-Walker, managing director, head of association business AXA Equitable. Panelists include:
“Turning and Growing an Idea into a Successful Business”
- Barbara Hutchinson, president, Chesapeake Cardiac Care
- Donna Miller, president, C3 Work Place
- Judith Goldkrand, senior vice president, Wells Fargo
“Growing a Small Business into a Multimillion Dollar Company”
- Pamela Kan, president, Bishop-Wisecarver Corporation
- Tracy Balazs, president & CEO, Federal Staffing Resources
- Lucia Gibbons, executive vice president, head of Eastern Business Banking, Wells Fargo
Following the panels, round-table discussions will be led by WPO members from diverse industries in which they will address participants’ specific growth issues.
John Zuknick, adjunct professor of marketing and entrepreneurship and acting director for the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at UB, said in a statement:
“At the University of Baltimore, we have nearly a century’s worth of experience in supporting and promoting the success of women in business. Our first graduating class in 1928 included a woman named Anna Tully, who went on to pass the Maryland Bar. Today, our expertise in start-ups, small companies and investment in Baltimore is unparalleled. We welcome the WPO conference to our campus, and we look forward to working with organizations like the WPO to create an even better entrepreneurial ecosystem.”
You can RSVP for the April 6 workshops by clicking here.