Join PWMC Tuesday, May 12 at 11:30 a.m. for our first virtual workshop and meeting on Zoom. CLICK TO REGISTER. You must register by May 11 at 11:30 a.m. to attend.

The workshop, “Telling Your Story: What is your Personal Brand and how do you use it to tell your story?” is open to the first 100 registered users. Please share this opportunity with colleagues. You do not have to be a PWMC member to attend.

Speaker Jenette Jurczyk is The National Director of The She Said Project, an organization that presents live storytelling events for women.

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP: Your Personal Brand goes much deeper than “what you do.”  It is what you stand for and what you want the world to know about you. There is a reason why storytelling for advertising and marketing is so important.  What do you put out there and what do you want people to remember about you? Let’s look at the stories that make up our lives, that we use in business and that we tell ourselves.  Let’s discuss how to shape that story and represent your best self each and every day. And finally, let’s find opportunities to share that story for greater impact. 

ABOUT JENETTE JURCZYK: In addition being the National Director of The She Said Project, an organization that presents live storytelling events for women.  She is the host of The She Said Project Podcast. Through her company, Key Light Consulting, she is a business and marketing consultant with an emphasis on public speaking and presentation skills.  Jenette brings together her MBA and business experience with her background as a theatrical performer to coach business professionals on how to step outside their comfort zone and find their “Key Light.”  She lives in Champaign with her husband and two daughters. 


This meeting is Sponsored by Adrianne Cornejo & Casey Kearfott, Cornejo & Kearfott – Keller Williams

That’s What She Said Bloomington Normal on Friday, September 27, 2019 featuring three of PWMC’s very own – new member Feli Sebastian (second from left), Board member Laura Lamberti (fourth from left) and Board member Lana Branch (second from right).