Business Women's Forum

The Business Women’s Forum has a long and impressive history of delivering memorable conferences to the working women of Connecticut. The BWF was founded 27 years ago by a group of business women leaders in the Greater Waterbury area who created a day of networking and professional development for Connecticut’s working women. Since its founding in 1982, conference attendance has grown from 80 to over 1000.
Dean Ellen Durnin served as conference chair for 2009.


Lynn Ward, President, Greater Waterbury Regional Chamber of Commerce, Robin Roberts, keynote speaker “Bouncing Back”, Dr. Ellen Durnin, Dean of Graduate Studies & External Programs, Western Connecticut State University

 

Networking opportunities: Maureen Gamache, External Program Coordinator Western at Waterbury with Paulette Lemma, Dean of Graduate Studies, Central Connecticut State University

 

Dr. Ellen Durnin, Chair, Business Women’s Forum 2009 opens the conference and applauds the sponsors.

 

 

Victoria LaBalme moves from “Crazy, busy, nuts!” to “life in balance”.

 

The audience responds to one of the presenter's tips on listening skills.

For more information, please visit the website for the Business Women's Forum: http://www.2009bwf.com/

 

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