Deana Labriola Participating in 2020 Bizwomen Mentoring Monday

Everyone can use some professional advice in their career.

The Triangle Business Journal will gather more than 45 of the state's most inspiring and influential women to offer guidance for a one-of-a-kind speed coaching event.  It's called 2020 Bizwomen Mentoring Monday. This annual networking affair connects women in a casual, fast-paced environment. Mentors met with attendees, one-on-one, to provide career advice, tips, and guidance.

Business attorney Deana Labriola will be a mentor for the event on Monday, February 24, at the Embassy Suites in Cary. Professionals from a wide range of industries, including law enforcement, finance, education, insurance, real estate, engineering, and so much more will join her.

Tickets are $35 per person and are still available.

The 2020 Mentors are:

  • Patrice Andrews, Police Chief, Morrisville Police Department
  • Natasha Austin, Chief Administrative Officer, Dogwood State Bank
  • Ashleigh Bachert, Executive Director, Durham Sports Commission
  • Amy Baker, Partner, Ernst & Young, LLP
  • Amy Baldwin, Head of Community Relations & Customer Events, BASF
  • Rachael Boone, Founder, BeEvolvedHR
  • Laura Bunn, Triangle Market President, First Horizon Bank
  • Nimasheena Burns, Director of Communications and Project Management, NC Department of Military and Veteran Affairs
  • Jenna Carpenter, Founding Dean & Professor, School of Engineering-Campbell University
  • Laurie Clowers, VP of Communications and Marketing, Wake Technical Community College
  • Angela Connor, Founder & CEO, Change Agent Communications
  • Jane Doggett, Senior Leasing Representative, Highwoods Properties
  • Elizabeth Doran, President & CEO, North Carolina Theatre
  • Kacie Fore, Senior Transmission Engagement Specialist, Duke Energy
  • Sheila Forte-Trammell, President/Consultant, Total HR Services, LLC
  • Robbie Hardy, Founder, xElle Ventures and Empowering Women Together
  • Patricia Harris, Director of Recruitment, UNC-Chapel Hill, School of Education
  • Jennifer Hickerson, Market President, Alfred Williams & Company
  • Rhonda Hicks, Senior Business & Creative Consultant, AGEM and Consulting
  • Cindy Kelley-Deaton, COO, Girl Scouts - NC Coastal Pines
  • Deana Labriola, Attorney, Ward and Smith, P.A.
  • Mondy Lamb, Vice President of Philanthropy, SPCA Wake
  • Tricia Lucas, Co-Founder, Lucas Select
  • Hon. Elaine Marshall, Secretary of State, NC Department of Secretary of State
  • Jennifer Martin, Executive Director, Shop Local Raleigh
  • Me'chelle McKenney, Owner, 3rd Degree Solutions
  • Shelley McPhatter, President, BridgePoint General Contracting
  • Teresa Merck, Managing Director/Architect, Interior Architects
  • Lynn Minges, President & CEO, NC Restaurant & Lodging Association
  • Darelyn 'DJ' Mitsch, CEO, Founder & Master Coach, The Pyramid Resource Group Inc.
  • Christie Moser, VP Member Business Services, Cary Chamber of Commerce
  • Gretta Nance, Brand Director, Amelia Aesthetics (formerly Davis & Pyle)
  • Jennifer Noto, Vice President of Marketing, Logically
  • Kristie Nystedt, President, Raleigh Brewing Company and ABS Commercial
  • Sheila Ogle, Manager, Ogle Enterprises
  • Lori O'Keefe, President & CEO, Triangle Community Foundation
  • Kerry Painter, Director/GM - Raleigh Convention & Performing Arts Complex
  • Cheryl Parquet, Director, Community and Diversity Engagement, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina
  • Carrie Peele, President, Mako Documents
  • Blair Reynolds, Director Annual Giving and Stewardship, WakeMed Foundation
  • Sepi Saidi, President & CEO, SEPI, Inc.
  • Heather Shanahan, Executive Director, Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill
  • Erin Smith, President, BAERING
  • Marlene Spritzer, Senior Director, Lee & Associates
  • Jodi Stamey, VP, Advancement, William Peace University
  • Leslie Walden, VP Public Affairs, Fidelity Investments
  • Kimberly Williams, Realtor/Owner, Right Time Realty

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