Philadelphia, PA, June 01, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) hosted their 2008 Fundraising Luncheon, Purpose, Passion and Pathways! to honor four distinguished Philadelphia-area women who have made a difference in their careers as well as lives of other women. The event was held at the Union League of Philadelphia on May 23. Neen James, International Productivity Expert, Author of Secrets of Super-Productivity and President of Neen James Communications served as the emcee for the event.
"I am elated to have served as emcee in front of so many inspiring women," says Neen James, President of Neen James Communications, Inc. "As a woman and business owner, I feel it is important to share my experiences with other women on how I followed my dreams. It shows through hard work and determination, their dreams can come true also."
The Purpose, Passion and Pathways! recipients and attendees enjoyed the following:
- Participated in raffles to raise monies which help the WRC deliver much needed services to women and girls in the Philadelphia-area
- Networked with 200+ powerful decision makers, including members of the eWomen’s Network
- Keynote address on finding your Purpose, Passion and Pathways
The WRC’s Purpose, Passion and Pathways! attendees left with increased knowledge of how they can achieve financial leadership, community leadership, and career leadership. For further information on the Women’s Resource Center, go to www.womensresourcecenter.net.
About Neen James:
James is an International Productivity Expert and is known for her ability to connect business professionals across the globe while helping them build their business. She is regularly featured as a keynote speaker around the USA, Canada and Australia, and her most recently published book ‘Secrets of Super-Productivity’ has received rave reviews. James’ focus on helping business professionals is also demonstrated with her involvement in several local networks including Women’s Business Forum of Bucks County, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce Women in Business and eWomen Network Philadelphia for which she served as the regional director for two years. For more information, visit www.neenjames.com.
About the WRC:
For 33 years, the Women’s Resource Center has assisted Delaware Valley women, many of whom are the working poor. These women are experiencing crises and life transitions, including divorce, job loss, abuse, addiction of a family member, single parenthood, homelessness, depression and deprivation of basic needs. Whether it’s a woman and her family trying to escape domestic abuse, a single mother trying to balance her family’s physical and financial needs, or a woman coming out of marriage and in need of legal counsel, they are there to provide support and assistance.