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Register for the Next Batavia Women in Business Luncheon: "Are you Bossy or a Powerful Leader?"

Apr 03, 2019 01:47PM ● By Hannah Ott

Geneva - Accomplished Executive and Physician, Jennifer Crimmins, will speak at the upcoming Batavia Women in Business (BWIB) Luncheon this April 9, 11:30am-1pm. 

These are the last few days to register for the event, and you don't want to miss the opportunity to discuss the pertinent topic: "Are you Bossy or a Powerful Leader?"

Crimmins will ask the question and investigate its answers, focusing on what it means to be a woman in a leadership role. Topics include:
  • Nine nasty names women leaders (and girls) are often called
  • Reframing your interpretation of nasty names which frees you to be the powerful leader you truly are
  • Owning your power so that you can connect rather than disconnect at work. 
The event also includes featured charity, Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry, so many proceeds will go to support the pantry's cause. 

Registration cost is $30 for Chamber Members, $35 Prospective Members and Guests.

Online registration is open until 12pm on Friday, April 5. Contact or call 630-879-7134. No walk-ins please.

About Jennifer Crimmins: Jennifer is a uniquely accomplished executive and physician who taps her 20 years of experience in healthcare and 10  years of experience in talent development to accelerate growth of key executives who will lead in today’s changing landscape and beyond. She has a BA from Cornell University, an MD from the University of Chicago and an MBA from George Washington University. She is a wife and mother of two children.  

About Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry: The Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, volunteer agency directed and operated by community and local church volunteers residing throughout the greater Fox Valley area. It is also a member of the Northern Illinois Food Bank Cooperative. Those who visit and use the Food Pantry are neighbors and friends, people with disabilities, seniors, low income families and families whose member(s) have lost their jobs.

Source: The Batavia Chamber of Commerce with photo by