Behind every successful business leader, there’s a mentor who provided guidance, motivation and advice.
Female professionals will have the opportunity to learn from local mentors at the next Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce Women in Business Program on Tuesday, March 15 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Enterprise Mill Events Center on Greene Street.
Three businesswomen will discuss mentoring and coaching the next generation of leaders in a panel discussion called “Leadership & Legacy.”
The panelists are Dr. Patrice Jackson, founder and facilitator of EduCare Training & Consulting, LLC; Kim Evans, CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Augusta; and Collette D’Antignac, Associate Vice President and retail banking manager for Security Federal Bank.
“Celebrating the achievements of women in our community will always be central to the Chamber’s Women in Business Program,” said Sue Parr, the Chamber’s president and CEO. “Our program this month will provide inspiration and important takeaways on leadership styles and purpose that impact our region.”
The cost is $30 for Chamber members and $40 for prospective members. Registration is required, and the deadline is Friday, March 11. For more information or to register for the event, augustametrochamber.com/events/women-in-business-march-2022.