Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

Business

June 6, 2014

Knox to keynote for Women In Business

Join in the 7th annual Women In Business Conference from 7:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on July 18 at Greensburg Elementary School, 900 N. Big Blue Ave.

The theme is: Are you happy in your Little Black Dress?

Keynote Speaker, Debby Knox, former WISH-TV news anchor and reporter will inspire you to achieve your dreams. She was recently inducted into the Associated Press Hall of Fame and has won an Emmy for Best Broadcast at WISH-TV. You won’t want to miss her amazing journey and her amazing new path she is encountering in retired life.

Breakfast, lunch and after-hours desserts provided by The Rolling Pin, plus break-out speakers, vendors and a Roundtable Panelist Discussion featuring Patty Lange Reding (Langeland Farms); Jenny Bulach (Duke Energy); Debbie Fish (Central Indiana Educational Services); and Tami Wenning (Decatur County Auditor).

Register by June 30 for your Early Bird Discount at 647-3177

Encouraging and Empowering Women

Brought to you by: Greensburg/Decatur County Chamber with cooperation from Batesville Chamber, Rush County Chamber, Ripley County Chamber, Franklin County Chamber and Sunman Area Chamber of Commerce

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