— Both Gabrielle Jordan and her mom, Marcella Mollon-Williams, will be guest speakers at the upcoming Sterling Women of Washington DC powerful networking luncheon on July 8th. —
Washington, DC — Carolyn E. Howell, Founder, President & CEO of Fun Company Events and Director and Host of Sterling Women of Washington DC invites you to an event with double the impact. On Wednesday July 8, 2015, she will present both Marcella Mollon-Williams and Gabrielle Jordan as guest speakers at her powerful networking luncheon. This July 8th luncheon with be expanded to allow for an informative Q & A session and will take place on Wednesday from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm at Clyde’s Restaurant Gallery Place, 707 “7th” Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001.
With her mother’s entrepreneurial guidance Gabrielle Jordan, now age 15, is the owner of Jewelz of Jordan, an upscale jewelry business, which she started at the age of 9. Gabrielle is the co-founder of the ExCEL Youth Mentoring Institute, helping other young entrepreneurs successfully create and launch businesses. She is also the Chief Creative Officer at Gibstr, an on-line content platform for teens and publisher of the nationally recognized and #1 Amazon Bestselling book, The Making of a Young Entrepreneur: A Kids Guide to Developing the Mind-Set for Success, which launched her platform as a sought-after speaker with accomplishments such as TEDx and keynoting events and conferences around the world.
Sterling Women of Washington DC is a non-membership monthly networking luncheon that is welcoming, inclusive and non-competitive. ‘Making Meaningful Connections’ is more than just a statement, it is their mission. They understand the value and necessity of good networking for entrepreneurs, business owners and corporate professionals and are committed to helping our guests grow personally and professionally. Both men and women are invited to attend.
Tickets for the SWOWDC event are $74 each. Annual sponsorship opportunities are also available. Please contact us email@example.com or visit www.sterlingwomenofdc.com for more information.
Carolyn E. Howell