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December Meeting Recap

Happy Holidays, EWI San Diego! 

The December Chapter Meeting and Holiday Fundraiser “The Music of Christmas”, at Harbor House, was a truly festive evening!  If you were unable to join us, we missed you!

Programs Director, Colette Morel of Manpower didn’t disappoint with this venue!  We had a direct view of the crisp, moonlit water and all things that were adorned in Christmas lights.  Thank you, so very much, Colette for all the work you put in to making this a special evening for us. 

Colette delivered a thoughtful invocation and led us in the pledge of allegiance.  Courtesy Chair, and Life Member Anita Tindall then announced our December birthdays and guests of the evening.

For dinner, we selected our entrée of choice from a special menu (all entrees looked delicious – it was hard to choose).  While waiting for the meal, members enjoyed spending time with each other while placing bids on all the wonderful silent auction items and tantalizing edible goodies.

Fundraising Director Joy Malaise, of Promises2Kids led us all in some holiday fun by splitting us into teams to try and decipher Christmas Carols that were read to us backwards.  It was more difficult to figure out than you’d think!  As the countdown for final bids drew to a close, we sang a Christmas carol together and then Joy announced the winners of the auction items.

Special Thanks: Joy Malaise and her committee for making this evening another fundraising success (your hard work does not go unnoticed)! Everyone who generously donated items for the fundraiser and all who bid to help us achieve our fundraising goals: thank you!!  The EWI Chapter Board for the little purple “throne” – it is perfect!

Happy New Year, everyone!  May 2019 bring all the health, joy, love and success you each deserve.  I am excited to see what the new year brings for EWI and I can’t wait to experience it all alongside you.  See you at the January 15th Chapter Meeting (location to be announced first week of January).

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November Meeting Recap

TGIF, EWI San Diego!  Can you believe Thanksgiving is next week!?  I can almost smell the turkey cooking now. 

Did you miss the November Chapter Meeting at member firm Flowers by Coley Here’s how we kicked off the holiday spirit…  

 

We were greeted at the door with scrumptiously scented votive candles and deliciously refreshing cocktails, courtesy of Kristy Weinzimer.  Once the meeting was under way, our Courtesy Chair, Anita Tindall, read and inspirational Prayer of St. Francis of Assisi and led us in the pledge of allegiance before announcing our November birthdays and guests of the evening.

 

From there we broke off into groups – some shopped first; others worked on the festive harvest-themed floral displays that Kristy and her team so generously let us create and take home.

 

While noshing on hors d’oeuvres from Wild Thyme Catering and enjoying the company of fellow EWI members, Fundraising DirectorJoy Malaise, of Promises2Kids announced the winner of the 50/50 opportunity drawing: Jennifer Hopper, of Bay Alarm Systems.

 

It was then time to thank Phil Blair of Manpower for a very informative and engaging webinar on “Negotiating Salary and Promotions” and then I provided the date of our next corporate webinar: December 4th at 12pm PST.  The webinar will be “Shape Your Time for Work Life Balance” and will be presented by Samantha Lane, Owner of Origami Day.  Next, I asked for people to join the Reading Rally committee and provided a little more detail of what’s involved.  If you are looking to be a part of a rewarding experience, please contact me or , Vice President – President Elect, Darlene Banogon, of North Island Credit Union

 

Special thanks: Programs Director, Colette Morel of Manpower, and Kristy Weinzimer of Flowers by Coley for a wonderfully festive evening at our member firm.  Thanks, again, to Wild Thyme Catering for the tasty bites.  

 

May you all have a truly blessed Thanksgiving Holiday with your loved ones.  I am thankful for each and every one of you.  Looking forward to seeing you all and celebrating at the December 11th Chapter Meeting and Holiday Fundraiser at Harbor House.

 

Holly

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October Meeting Recap

Hello EWI of San Diego!  If you weren’t able to join us for the October Chapter Meeting & Board Installation at The Handlery, we are sorry to have missed you…

 

First things first:

We had planned for a quick business meeting this evening, but did not have a quorum.  It was decided the minutes from our August 21, 2018 Chapter business meeting can be approved at the next business meeting.  The minutes were mailed to membership on October 10, but I am also attaching them here for your perusal ahead of time.  Also, attached is the projected budget for the 2018-2019 year (which was also e-mailed to membership October 10, 2018).  Please reply with any corrections and your ‘yay’ or ‘nay’ vote byFriday, October 26, 2018.

 

Welcome Regina Brown: We got an opportunity to hear from our newest member, Regina Brown of the San Diego Airport Authority.  Please be sure to introduce yourself to her at the next meeting!

 

EWISP Recipient: We were delighted to meet and hear from Jessica Denny, our EWISP recipient.  Jessica is a very bright, young woman currently attending UCSD, majoring in Bio-Chemistry, with aspirations to work in Dermatology and possibly working in the same field for Doctors Without Borders. 

 

Board Installation: Outgoing President, April Hall, called up the 2017-2018 Board and thanked everyone for their hard work in helping to keep EWI San Diego a Chapter of Excellence this year.  Karen Spencer then called up the 2018-2019 Board of Directors to install them and asked them to focus on “Keeping it Simple” this year.  April then passed the gavel to newly installed Holly Stephenson, and she gave her acceptance speech. 

 

2018-2019 Focus Points:  The Board focus this year is on increasing/maintaining Membership, asking more members of the Chapter to join committees and reintroducing the Reading Rally to our Literacy program.

 

Special thanks: Programs Director, Colette Morel of Manpower, for securing The Handlery for the Installation, Kristy Weinzimer of Flowers by Coley for the beautiful floral centerpieces, The Handlery staff for a great meal and service, Ignacio De La Torre of AT&T for joining to support Holly Stephenson’s Installation.  

 

 

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September Meeting Recap

Hello EWI of San Diego Members –

 

Our EWI of San Diego September Chapter Meeting at member firm San Diego Convention Center proved to be spectacular.    Thank you to San Diego Convention Center, President and CEO, Rip Rippetoe, and member rep Pat Evans for hosting this great event. Rip treated us to a video presentation of  – What is a Convention Center? He also uploaded the video on social media and provided real views by professional social media company, which make video more visible for all interested public. We saw how a convention center has a ripple effect in supporting the local community and economy. Also thanks to our newest member Rita De La Fuente from the Convention Center for her hard work in organizing this stimulating and informative program, including stepping in at the last minute as moderator for the panel!!

 

After we enjoyed an absolutely delicious dinner, our program began.  We were privileged to have a panel of inspiring women share compelling and truthful answers about their journey to becoming new leaders in San Diego.  Thank you to:

 

Karen Totaro –  Chief Operation Officer, San Diego Convention Center

Betsy Brennan –  President and CEO, Downtown San Diego Partnership

Kim Becker –  President & CEO, San Diego International Airport

Janice Brown – Chair of the Board of Directors, San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation (EDC)

 

I believe everyone in the room had takeaways from our panels words of wisdom.  Definitely a meeting that was educational and memorable!

 

As always a big thank you goes out to our programs chair Colette Morel, Manpower, who continues to ensure our programs are tremendous throughout the year.

 

Hope to see you at our next chapter meeting October 16th (location details soon to come).  At this meeting we will be installing our new 2018/2019 Board of Directors. 

 

Thank you all for supporting EWI of San Diego!!!

 

 

 

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August Meeting Recap

Hello EWI of San Diego Members –

 

What a spectacular evening it was for our August EWI of San Diego Chapter Meeting and Annual FUNdraiser.  Thank you as always to our Programs Committee ofColette Morel, Manpower, Rachel Prochnow, Hilton Garden Inn (who was with us in spirit) and to Jennifer SimpsonUniversity of San Diego (one of our newest member firms) for organizing this event.  For those of you who were unable to attend, we missed you! 

 

La Gran Terraza at USD proved to be the perfect place for us to enjoy a beautiful venue while raising funds for our initiatives and celebrating chapter achievements.   We were greeted with delicious appetizers,  enjoyed an amazing meal, all while being serenaded by Art Deco.  It was a pleasure to meet our newest member Rita de la Fuente, San Diego Convention Center  and learn a little bit about her.  The silent auction bidding proved to be successful with friendly competition ensuing to obtain that “must have” prize.  The excitement continued with our EWI of San Diego Chapter Awards

 

Congratulations to the following winners –

 

Rising Star Award – Joy Malaise, Promies2Kids

Spirit Award  – Mother/Daughter tie – Linda Kent, Sustaining member and Kati Mendoza, Jacobo Realty Group

Member Firm Award – Hilton Garden Inn

 

The evening ended with the announcement of the powerful September Chapter Meeting at the San Diego Convention Center on September 11, 2018.  We will hear from a panel of women in new leadership positions in San Diego.  We encourage everyone to attend and invite guests. This will be a very dynamic meeting you will not want to miss!!!

 

Thank you to all who attended Tuesday, supporting our organization, contributing to our successful fundraiser and making our chapter stronger. 

 

Hope to see you next month at our meeting at the Convention Center!!

 

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July Meeting Recap

Hello EWI of San Diego Members –

 

Roy’s – La Jolla proved to be the perfect place for our July EWI of San Diego Chapter meeting.   Thank you to our Programs Committee of Colette Morel, Manpower and Rachel Prochnow, Hilton Garden Inn (who was with us in spirit) for organizing this event.  For those of you who were unable to attend, we missed you! 

 

Our EWISP scholarship winner was announced, Jessica Denny.   Jessica is out of town until the beginning of the school year.  Instead of spending her limited funds on flying back just for last night’s meeting, the board agreed it would be better to introduce her at our October Chapter meeting.  She does, however relay her sincere gratitude!

 

After our delicious dinner we heard from Jose Cruz, CEO of the San Diego Council on Literacy.  Jose enlightened us to the problems of adult illiteracy, something I was unaware of.  Many adults have graduated from high school and even college with a 3rd grade or lower literacy IQ.  We heard how the lack of childhood education can linger far into adulthood with no-one recognizing the need and those affected  too ashamed to get help.  It was a very touching and informative presentation.

 

Following Jose’s program Joy Malaise, Promise2kids announced the theme of our August fundraiser and raffle  –  “Planes, Trains, & Automobiles…..and Boats” .   The Board will be putting together the raffle grand prize baskets (each valued at over $400).  Next week we will have more information on the fundraiser and Raffle Tickets that will be ready for members to sell to all their colleagues, friends and family, Stay Tuned….

 

Thank you all who were able to attend last night and continue to support our organization.  Hope to see you at our next Chapter Meeting,  August 21st, at La Gran Terraza for our Annual Fundraiser.

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June Meeting Recap

Hello EWI of San Diego Members –

 

It was a wonderful evening Tuesday night at Stone Brewing World Bistro in Liberty Station for our EWI of San Diego June Chapter meeting recognizing our Past Presidents.    Thank you to Programs Committee of Colette Morel, Manpower and Rachel Prochnow, Hilton Garden Inn for organizing this special event!  

 

At the meeting, we welcomed our newest member firm KanBan Signs.  We were introduced to Anny Tritchler,  President and Owner of Kanban Signs.  Anny who will serve as Executive and Representative told us about her business, company branding and how she was excited to join our organization.  We look forward to many years of friendship and comradery with Anny.   

 

It also was a pleasure to honor and recognize our past presidents and say THANK YOU  for their service to our organization.  Attending past presidents were –

 

(1982)

(1985)

Dolores

Patti

Kelly

Parsons

(1987) Millie Goddard
(1989) Sarah Esch
(1991) Debbie Wilmot
(1992) Marge Suess
(1997) Anita Tindall
(1998 and 2012) Kathy Trombley
(2001) Darlene Banogon
(2008) Anna McCutcheon
(2013)

(2015)

Margie

Besse

Wilson

Dozadiaz

(2016) Karen Spencer
(2017) Vanessa Davis  
         

 

We missed past presidents Jan Rogers, Pat Evans, Lourdes Navarro and Stephanie Hitt but you were all in our thoughts! 

 

After our delicious dinner, we heard from guest speaker Laura Kohn, Director of Communications for the Center for Local Income Mobility (CLIMB) at the San Diego Workforce Partnership.  Laura spoke on the importance of investing in early education for young children when the brain is still developing.  Her facts and figures highlighted the importance of early education and how maximizing this investment translates to a child thriving in the workforce as an adult.

 

Next our Fundraising Committee Chair, Joy Malaise, Promises2kids, introduced us to a fun “Heads or Tails” competition for the 50/50 opportunity event.  It was as much fun to watch as to participate!  Congrats to Margie Wilson for her “tails” win!

 

Thank you to everyone who was able to attend and continues with relative to the path that are by pacific dreamscapes california to support EWI of San Diego.  For those of you who were unable to join us, we missed you! 

 

The July Chapter Meeting will be on July 17th at Roy’s in La Jolla.  We will have guest speaker, Jose Cruz, CEO of the San Diego Literacy Council.  We will also be presenting ourEWIP Scholarship.  Hope to see you all there!!

 

Have a Safe and Happy 4th of July!!

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May Meeting Recap

Hello EWI of San Diego Members –

 

It was a beautiful afternoon at The Prado in Balboa Park for EWI of San Diego’s May Chapter meeting and Executive Luncheon.   Thank you to Programs Committee,Colette Morel, Manpower and Rachel Prochnow, Hilton Garden Inn for organizing this special event.  Also, thank you to Joy Malaise, Promises2Kids and her committee for putting together this successful fundraiser and silent auction.

 

The Prado was the perfect setting to honor our Executives.  After our delicious lunch, guest speaker Tonya Torosian, CEO of Promises2Kids, spoke about the organization and their ongoing efforts to create better lives for children who are in foster care due to abuse or neglect.  The services they provide promote positive lifelong skills to carry through adulthood.  It was a heartfelt and touching presentation that left us all wanting to help.

 

Thank you to everyone who was able to attend the luncheon and show our Executives how much we appreciate them and their support of EWI of San Diego.  For those of you who were unable to attend, you were missed! 

 

Our June Chapter meeting will be June 19th at Stone Brewery in Liberty Station.  The guest speaker will be Laura Kohn of Climb Workforce Partnership which funds job training programs that empower job seekers.

 

We will also be honoring our past presidents!

 

Hope to see you all next month!

 

Have a great weekend

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April Meeting Recap

Hello EWI of San Diego Members –

 

What a wonderful evening for our April EWI of San Diego Chapter/Business meeting at the Hilton San Diego Mission Valley.   Thank you to our Programs Committee of Colette Morel, Manpower and Rachel Prochnow, Hilton Garden Inn for organizing this event.  For those of you who were unable to attend, we missed you! 

 

It was a pleasure to welcome our newest member firm University of San Diego. We were introduced to the University’s Executive and Representative, Jennifer Simpson, Director of Conferences.  Jennifer spoke a little about herself and her role as Director of Conferences.  We look forward to many years of friendship and comradery with Jennifer.   

 

After our delicious dinner we jumped right into the business meeting.  Minutes from the October 2017 business meeting were approved and Co–Treasurer Laura Machado, Marine Group Boat Works updated us on our current budget and financial status.

 

The EWI 101 presentation put on by our very own Board and Committee members followed. 

 

I began the presentation by addressing EWI’s Mission Statement, Value and Goals.  Anna McCutchen,  San Diego Theaters followed by describing how Lucille Johnson Perkins founded our organization and how it has evolved to where we are today. 

Next Pat Evans, San Diego Convention Center and Jamie Fleming, Fleming & Associates described our Scholarship Initiatives.  They explained the process of the obtaining scholarship applicants, the judging process and the selection of winners.  They also touched on how our scholarships have changed the lives of many recipients.  Fundraising Chair Joy Malaise, Promise2kids was up next and gave us some history of our accomplishments on money raised by our generous members and how that equates to us being able to continue with our scholarship and literacy initiatives.  Darlene Banogon, North Island Credit Union followed by updating us on corporate operations, LCAM, leadership resources and the connections EWI offers. The presentation continued with Katie Mendoza,  Jacobo Realty providing us with information on EWI’s “MIC”  – Membership Information Center.  She detailed how to update our profiles on the Corporate website and how using MIC can connect you to resources throughout EWI’s network.  She also showed our social media presence and how our EWI Connect can be used as a tool to advertise our firms.  Our programs committeeColette Morel, Manpower and Raechel Prochnow, Hilton Garden Inn followed by explaining the process of how venues and speakers are chosen.  They also touched on some of the challenges they face, with the goal always to provide a fun, interesting and memorable event.    Karen Spencer, Flagship Cruises and Events reviewed the various Board and Committee positions and the importance of serving in any capacity.  In closing Holly Stephenson. AT&T did a little plug for candidates for the 18-19  board and committee members. 

 

It was a very informative presentation which I hope all members new and old benefited from.  Job well done ladies! 

 

Thank you to all who were able to attend.  Please note our May Chapter Meeting will be on WEDNESDAY, May 16, 2018 at The Prado in beautiful Balboa Park.   This will be our Executive Luncheon with featured speaker, member firm Executive Tonya Torosian, CEO of Promise2kids.  This will be a meeting you will not want to miss!

 

Hope to see you all next month!

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March Chapter Meeting Recap

Hello EWI of San Diego Members –

 

What a wonderful evening it was for our EWI of San Diego March Chapter meeting at Courtyard by Marriott.   For those of you who were unable to attend, we missed you! 

 

We began the night in a beautiful outside setting, an inviting fire and a calming water wall.    Thank you to our programs committee of Colette Morel, Manpower and Rachel Prochnow, Hilton Garden Inn for organizing our event at this beautiful hotel.    

 

It was a pleasure to welcome our newest member Andrea Dixon, Sr. Assistant to the President and CEO of Neighborhood House Association.  We were able to learn a little bit about Andrea, her connection to EWI, and what Neighborhood House Association does in the community.  We look forward to many years of friendship and comradery with Andrea.   

 

Our dinner was delicious!! After dinner we were honored to hear from Anne Hoiberg, who amongst her many accomplishments serves as President of the International Museum of Human Rights at San Diego    Anne gave a powerful and inspiring presentation of the Pioneering Women in Politics. She highlighted the accomplishments of many women throughout history.  We left this meeting feeling not only full of the delicious food that are more involved in making special by actionsolar installers, but also valuable facts of some of the powerful women in our history.

 

Thank you to all who were able to attend and hope to see everyone at our April Chapter Meeting at Hilton San Diego Mission Valley.  This will be the first business meeting of the year.  It is very important that you all attend!  We will have an EWI 101 presentation put on by your own Board and Committees members.  This will be a great meeting to invite prospective members and to possibly learn something new about our amazing Chapter.

 

Hope you all have a very happy Easter!!

 -EWI Chapter President; April Hall

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