Meghan McCarthy / Director of Community Health & Wellness at Baptist Health Care
Meghan Blueberry McCarthy is dedicated to making the world a healthier place, one corporation at a time. Along her diverse career, she has worked for the largest public hospital in the US, the military, non-profits and universities. She contributes knowledge of peer health education, health literacy, and social marketing with an operations background. Her combination of public health and business skills are invaluable to the development and management of worksite wellness programs. In her own words, “I am really just a girl who loves vegetables, sweating and motivating people.”
Kolleen Chesley / Founder of PWGC and Host of PWGC Series
Founded after Hurricane Ivan, Women’s Business Lunch (WBL) was organized by Kathleen Shoop, Natasha Parvey, and Kolleen Edwards Chesley to provide a venue for women in business to come and share ideas, information, networking contacts, etc to help each other be more successful in business.
In the Fall of 2013, the WBL reorganized and took on the name “Powerful Women of the Gulf Coast” and are a recognized not-for-profit organization.
Meeting information — Like clockwork, we meet for PWGC-Pensacola always on the 1st Friday of every month, always from 11:30-1:00pm, always at the Gulf Coast Kid’s House on 12th Avenue. We also have PWGC-Gulf Breeze, always on the 3rd Friday of every month, always from 11:30-1:00pm, always at the Hampton Inn and Suites, Gulf Breeze. There is no charge to attend our meetings. They are WOMEN ONLY events, so feel free to grab a couple of girlfriends to bring with you and help share the WBL experience!
It’s Conference Time!
Friday, October 21st 2016
Sanders Beach Community Center
A New Magazine
An exciting new venture for the PWGC is the late Spring release of the first edition of“Powerful Women of the Gulf Coast: the Magazine” This 32 page periodical is being presented by Gulf Coast business women– for business women.
The magazine will feature behind-the-scenes interviews with women who are business and community leaders around the Gulf Coast and, in time, from across the country. Additionally, articles that discuss topics of interest to women in business will be included, as well as advertisements for businesses and services that effect the lives of business women.
In addition to the printed edition, the magazine will be hosted on ISSUU.com for ongoing reference of those who prefer digital readers, or who misplace a printed edition. Advertisers will benefit from repeated viewing of their products and services in this online, archived, open-access magazine.
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