I belong to two local women’s organizations. One is the local branch of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), and the second is Women’s Network Exchange of Arizona (WNEA).
WNEA is a networking group of primary local business women (men are welcome in the group, and some members are retired).
WNEA’s mission, according to their website states: WNEA is a vital and influential network of successful business women in Lake Havasu City, Arizona…Our membership offers a place of sharing ideas, knowledge, friendship and experiences to support each other in business and in life. We provide a forum here in Lake Havasu City for women to network with other business women, and individuals to support each other with their own unique individual expertise. Fundamentals of WNEA revolve around networking, education, providing tools, skills and gaining knowledge that will provide support to strengthen business and personal relationships.
Each year we raise money for local scholarships. One of our regular fundraising events is the annual WNEA Shopping Extravaganza, where vendors set up booths in the Lake Havasu City Aquatic Center Rods & Relic Room. Once again, I will be having a booth at the event, where I will be selling autographed copies of my books.
If you are in Lake Havasu City on December 7th of this year, be sure to stop by the and say hi! Booths will be open between 9am and 3 pm and there will be lots of great vendors to kick off your holiday shopping. Hope to see you there!