Meet My Networks

world map imageI am active in several networks in the Waltham, Massachusetts area. Contact me if you would like any introductions.

Waltham West Suburban Chamber of Commerce (WWSCC)

I was blessed to start my journey at the chamber. I have met key contacts at networking events, and I used the WWSCC Directory and the Visitor Guide to create my initial contact list. My involvement in nearly every other organization below results from relationships formed in the Waltham Chamber.

BNI Watch City

Tuesday mornings rock! Every week I meet with members of my referral network who encourage me to ask for any help I need. Here is where I can always talk business.

Waltham Rotary Club

Is there a bigger boost over the hump than a Rotary lunch? My Rotarian friends share opportunities to help others and teach me how to leave the world in general–and Waltham in particular–a better place. Join us for lunch on Wednesday and learn why they had me at Happy Dollars.

Waltham Local First

When independent businesses fail, the local economy falters, and important non-profit organizations lose funding. Waltham Local First draws attention to the importance of small businesses and encourages local-first procurement strategies.

Boston Women Connect

Hear me roar, eh? Marie Warner leads Boston Women Connect events with a focused networking approach that generates business among members. I meet strong, successful women (and men) at these events and gain access to powerful mentors.

Race Around Waltham (RAW) Series

The RAW Series comprises several charitable 5K races (eight in 2016, ten in 2017) in the city of Waltham, Mass. While not exactly a networking group, series participants can expect to make friends with the folks they see throughout the season. If you do not run, you can walk, or you can volunteer to support the races and still get participation credit.

Waltham Senior Services Providers

Organizations across a wide spectrum of care for elders meet monthly at Waltham Crossings. The senior generation continues to swell with baby boomers. At these meetings, I learn about and network with all the different businesses and service organizations available to support those who need care in our community.

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