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2015-2016 Board Installation of the Greater Raleigh NAWBO Chapter June 2015 Dinner
Join NAWBO members and guests as we install our new Board and honor our award recipients on Thursday, June 18th.
By: Greater Raleigh NAWBO
Registration is $50.00 for members and guest individual tickets and $85.00 for couples tickets. Spouses are encouraged to attend as well. Registration is now open but closes Sunday, June 7.
Each guest receives Two Beer and Wine tickets, while a cash bar is also available. Business attire please. The event is sponsored by - Executive Accounting Services, Terri Benforado.
Hope Bryant, Vice Chair of First Citizens Bank, will be the keynote speaker leading the induction for our new board members. We will also honor this year’s NAWBO Award recipients.
Hope Holding Bryant is vice chairman and corporate sales executive of First Citizens BancShares,, Inc., and its First Citizens Bank subsidiary. In her duties, Bryant helps shape corporate sales strategy and assists in managing First Citizens’ national franchise, which operates in 18 states and the District of Columbia. In 2005, Bryant’s prominence in the financial services industry led to her being named the first woman to serve as chair of the North Carolina Bankers Association (NCBA), a one-year position previously held by her grandfather and her uncle.
“We are excited for a night to honor our award winners, and get to know our new board,” said Cohen. “It’s a great dinner to show off some of the many amazing women that make up the Greater Raleigh NAWBO Chapter.
For more information or to register for the event, visit www.nawbo-raleigh.org.
ABOUT Greater Raleigh NAWBO:
Founded in 1978, Greater Raleigh NAWBO propels women entrepreneurs into economic, social and political spheres of power worldwide. Thirty-five years later, NAWBO is still the only organization dedicated solely to representing the interest of women entrepreneurs in all industries. The organization’