Maguires in Senoia

Business Women to meet Tuesday

by Staff Reports

The “three essential elements for non-profit success” will be discussed at Tuesday’s meeting of the Business Women of Fayette and Coweta. 

The meeting will be held at Maguire’s in Senoia. Networking and dinner start at 5:30, with the full meeting beginning at 7. Everyone is invited, and women who own, run or sell for local businesses are encouraged to attend. 

The speaker will be Cathy Berggren, executive director of the Real Life Center. 

The Real Life Center was established in 1998 and has a staff of 10 with more than 250 regular volunteers. The center is designed with a holistic approach that encourages long-term change in the lives of the people it helps. 

Berggren is a role model in the area of leadership and regularly gives back to her community by mentoring young business and non-profit leaders who are looking to grow and serve within Fayette County and the surrounding areas. 

Berggren will present real, valuable tools and information that will help non-profits and for-profit businesses alike succeed in the market and ensure that their passions and commitment to the community are able to continue. 

For more information about the meeting or the Business women of Fayette and Coweta, visit www.bwfcc.org or call Membership Chair Rachel Smart at 404-664-5497.


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