Linda Wellbrock, the founder of Leading Women Entrepreneurs is focusing this year on community engagement to connect women.
Wellbrock is launching a leadership lounge on May 22 at Raritan Valley Community College, 118 Lamington Road in Branchburg, to address pain points that women experience. The theme is mentorship and professional development.
The lounge is beginning in an effort to provide women with the tools, guidance and networking contacts to help them advance their businesses or careers that focus on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math); life sciences, biotech, pharma and medical; and environmental and sustainability.
The panel will feature Tara Seager, founder and managing principal of Ally Solutions Group and Ally Intelligent Wellness; Micheline Nader of Jesra Impact LLC and an author and health care entrepreneur; Anne Marie Almasi, president and chief financial officer at Almasi Cos.; Pam Cornell, head of research and development learning at BMS; and Jennifer Boes, a process laboratory and process pilot plant and operations supervisor at ExxonMobil Research & Engineering.
Clinton-based Leading Women Entrepreneurs concentrates on positioning women to lead in business.