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For the 2nd Quarter Community Outreach LBB Cottleville supported the FHSD homeless and displaced community members.
They collected over 300 personal care items, socks and shoes valued at $1,900. Donations are managed through the case management staff to directly support students in Parents as Teachers, early childhood, elementary, middle, and high schools, and their parents!
HUGE thanks to our generous members who purchased items and attended our Mix & Mingle as well as our community partner, CFO, all who contributed to the success of this effort!
Name: Emily Carmack
Business Name: Edward Jones - Financial Advisor
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Please list 3 of your least favorite things:
Where did you go to school (high school or college): High school - Nerinx Hall. College - Xavier University.
What is your favorite movie? Hard to pick one. Top 3:
What is your favorite sports team? Really into St. Louis City Soccer!
What do you enjoy most in life? Laughing and spending time with my family and friends.
What is your catchphrase? Everything is figure-out-able.
What is your biggest accomplishment?
That I am a hard worker. That translates from my school days, to my career, to my relationships. I graduated college a semester early with 4 internships under my belt, I have worked hard in building my business the past few years and passing multiple rigorous exams, and I work hard and show up for the relationships in my life (near and far).
Tell us anything else you would like us to know. I am a twin! (But no, we do not look alike) :)
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Congratulations to the Troy & Hannibal ladies for brining in $109 worth of peanut butter to donate to HAYS buddy backpack program!!! This is about 35 jars of peanut butter that will fill backpacks for kids in this coming school year.
Name: Jami Nies
Business: MidWest SoftWash
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Where did you go to school (high school or college): Francis Howell North
What is your favorite movie? Nerd alert- Lord Of The Rings
What is your favorite sports team? My daughter's swim team
What do you enjoy most in life? My family!
What is your catchphrase? Its not about progress not perfection.
What is your biggest accomplishment? My daughters ❤️
Tell us anything else you would like us to know. My favorite part about business is building out process and procedures. I am nerdly obsessed with the Sims and been playing since the 2000s.
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The Little Black Book: Women in Business launched our 13th Chapter today! Lots of new connections are in our future. Our leadership team for O'Fallon is Dawn Johnson (president), Amy O'Neill, Heather Cushing, Jenna Whitmore, and Jill Ruggeri. Their next meeting is July 13th at Rendezvous Cafe & Wine Bar from 9 - 10 am. Come join us - https://www.womenoflbb.com/.
Congratulations, Cheryl Salvatore’s art work was being published in Somerset Studios magazine by Stampington & Company!
In late May, the Little Black Book: Women in Business Southern Madison County chapter volunteered their time by painting some furniture at Restore Decor. (Some may have even selected a few pieces for themselves).
For Immediate Release: Women of Little Black Book Adds a New Chapter in O’Fallon, MO St Charles County, MO | June 12, 2023
Little Black Book: Women in Business (LBB) is pleased to announce they are adding a chapter in O’Fallon, Missouri. This addition will bring the total number of chapters to 12. We plan on adding at least one more chapter this year, if not more.
The O’Fallon, Missouri chapter will be led by chapter President - Dawn Johnson (Dawn Johnson Agency-Farmers Insurance), Amy O'Neill (One Financial Group), Heather Cushing (Right at Home), Jenna Whitmore (J.Whitmore Photography) and Jill Ruggeri (Twin Oaks Senior Living) . Their Coffee & Connections will be hosted on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 9:00 am.
“Little Black Book: Women in Business continues to empower professional females to elevate. I am extremely proud to have talented women bringing the values and programming of Little Black Book to their community,” said Angel Magasano, Founder & CEO of Little Black Book: Women in Business.
About Little Black Book: Women in BusinessLittle Black Book: Women in Business is a membership-driven professional organization for like-minded women committed to improving themselves and their community through purposeful networking, ongoing self-development, and charity work. The organization's mission is to connect, empower, inspire, support, and educate women as members help one another acquire the confidence, knowledge, skills, and resources necessary for professional and personal growth. Little Black Book members are a unified group of diverse, collaborative professionals coming together to grow and achieve more than they could alone. Through building positive relationships with one another, members support and empower each other to achieve work-life balance and overall personal well-being. Little Black Book stands on 5 Pillars: Connect. Promote. Share. Give. Become.
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