“Recognizing Excellence” Awards Luncheon
Honoring Female Veterans
Monday, December 2, 2013
Noon – 2:00 PM
National Press Club
Ladies America is hosting its first annual Recognizing Excellence Awards Luncheon on December 2, 2013 at 12pm. For this inaugural year, Ladies America (www.ladiesamerica.org) is “Honoring Female Veterans” who are doing amazing work in philanthropy and/or business.
The awards luncheon will take place at the National Press Club and is $20 for Ladies America members and $35 for non-members.
There will be a panel discussion on aligning military skills with workforce needs, a keynote address and awards presentation.
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Ladies America is a national network of professional women following the motto "Women Helping Women" aimed at connecting and assisting one another personally and professionally and ultimately creating a national voice on issues important to women.
Ladies DC (Ladies America Founding Chapter) began as Ladies Dinner Club, a simple dinner meeting opportunity for professional women to gather outside of work and form viable relationships. Ladies America Founder, Lindsey Mask, made a personal effort to connect with professional women in a purposeful way and to combat the theory of old that women don't work together. Her goal of having a non-competitive forum for women to connect drew thousands of women to join and our motto, "women helping women", has remained steadfast since the very first Dinner Club meeting.
With backing from extensive networks of women across the country, Ladies DC organically evolved into a fully functioning organization with a national network and subsequent Boards, partnerships, sponsorships, and so much more. With the creation fo chapters across the country, Ladies America was born.
Maintaining and keeping ever at the forefront our motto "Women Helping Women," we have all been witness to the amazing transformation that occurs when women are provided an avenue to help one another in a mutually beneficial setting.
While we don't have limitations of age or profession for members, we have found that typical demographic includes women ages 23-40 with undergraduate, graduate, or Ph.D degrees. Ladies America members are successful women in a variety of industries, including business, politics, education, design, art, finance, associations, marketing and communications, law, and there are several business owners. Whether you are just joining the workforce, seeking professional advancement, or have established a thriving career, Ladies America caters to all women.