Why Am I A Member?

Here some of the reasons members belong to Network of Executive Women of Tampa Bay
“Donation and helping other women along their path and through transition.”

Kristi Campbell, Home Instead Senior Care 
“I joined when I first moved to Tampa in order to meet like-minded women for personal purposes, making new friends but also to build business relationships. I continue to say involved because I believe in the mission/purpose of our group and members!” 
Laura Rehbein, Amerprise Financial Services
“To make meaningful connections with like-minded women!”

Ginny Daniel, Morgan Stanley 
“Since joining NEW nearly three years ago, I have met and create relationships with amazing women. PLUS, I have been fortunate enough to do business with, be referred by and able to refer business to many of them!”

 Lisa Demmi, Lab3 Marketing
“To be able to brainstorm business strategies with like-minded businesswomen!”

Lisa K. Ford, Invent Your Image
“I joined NEW and quickly realized that it was not just about doing business, but it was about community. I’ve made friends as well as done business with many of these women and I’m committed to moving NEW forward through technology.”

Karen Koch, CompassPointz
“I was new to Tampa looking for business and a connection with community of new friends. Why are we worthy of donation? We give money to worthy individuals and organizations that support women.”

Anita Roederer, Tampa General Hospital
“As a woman in the business world, there is something powerful and special about being with , interacting with and learning from other women. We provide support and encouragement as well as learn from each other!”

Diane McKelvey, American Momentum
“I got involved to meet women executives/professionals and mentors because I work almost exclusively with men. This is why I stay. I love that we give money to support the next generation of executive women!”

Haley Maple, Dalan Katz
“Why are we worthy of donation? Because we give money to worthy individuals and organizations that support women.”

Jeannie Holliday, Independent Financial Services