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The Women of LBB is announcing a name change of our Mid St Louis County Chapter to the Creve Coeur/Olivette chapter. The name change comes into play as LBB’s future growth plan is taking shape.
“As Little Black Book continues to grow throughout the greater St Louis region, I felt it necessary to align our Mid St Louis County Chapter more directly with the Creve Coeur / Olivette municipalities. LBB is excited to bring empowerment and business development programming to the women-owned businesses of Creve Coeur and Olivette. In addition, Little Black Book stands on a “Give” pillar, so being closely associated with the Chamber of Commerce, the first responder community, and local non-profits better help our members engage in community service initiatives,” commented Angel Magasano, Little Black Book CEO.
Little Black Book: Women in Business is a community of female professionals. Our members are entrepreneurs, agents who need to build a book of business, founders and directors of non-profits, and direct sales professionals. The organization provides purposeful networking events, self-development educational workshops, and promotional opportunities to our members. We strive to grow our network, businesses, and community through service and charity. Little Black Book provides a collaborative, non-competitive community to connect, empower, inspire and support women who work as we help one another develop the skills necessary for professional and personal growth. We grow our community through service and charity.
To learn more about the Women of LBB, visit https://www.womenoflbb.com.
Congratulations, Samara, on being recognized by HomeSnap. The Mitchell Group received the Fastest Growing Agent Award for the first half of 2022!
Congratulations Becky on being appointed the 2023 Chair of the Consumer Education Output Group for Missouri REALTORS®!
Little Black Book is excited to announce the Rise & Shine business grant competition dedicated to motivate you to elevate and succeed. One of these 6 ladies will be awarded a $2000 business grant to take her business to the next level! They are encouraged to "Stand Out" and compete alongside other LBB members in a contest format that is designed to help them evaluate their business and accomplish their goals.The final pitch is Wednesday, August 31st at LimeLight Events starting at 6:00 pm.
Congratulations, Carissa Rhoads Figgins, she is the recipient of the 2022 Community Service Award by Commerce Bank.
Name: Kiersten Ray-Kuhn
Business Name: Traveling Vineyard
Please list 3 of your favorite likes: Dogs, beach and my family
Please list 3 of your least favorite things: Mosquitos, unkind people, sunburn
Where did you go to school (high school or college): St. Pius X (in Atlanta GA)
What is your favorite movie? The Wedding Date
What is your favorite sports team? Dallas Cowboys
What do you enjoy most in life? Watching my boys hangout as adults
What is your catchphrase? Onward and upward
What is your biggest accomplishment? Turning my side hustle business into a career that
allowed me to stay home with my boys...and soon my grandbaby!
Tell us anything else you would like us to know. If you like dogs, Jeeps, or wine, let's connect :)
Congratulations, Stacey. She has accepted the position of Chief Operating Officer at Douglass Community Services. She will work closely with the program managers and staff as we serve our communities
Congratulations to our Madison County Chapter. They finished up their "Back to School Drive" and the ladies together brought in a value of well over $500.00 in school supplies to be distributed. Thank you to all those that donated.
Congratulations Darlene Willman! The Distinguished Toastmasters Award is the highest award a Toastmaster can earn. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication. Earning this award puts her in the top 1%. We are so proud of you! You deserve this award!