RISMEDIA, May 13, 2011—The Women’s Business Forum of Hunterdon County, NJ, is hosting its second annual Women’s Leadership Summit on Tuesday, May 17 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Grand Colonial in Perryville, NJ. This informative conference, titled “Transitions and Transformations,” features professional keynote speakers and panelists who will engage in interactive discussions designed to promote and encourage women to grow personally and professionally. Morning Keynote Speaker will be Diane Albright, Owner, All Bright Ideas, Certified Professional Organizer and Motivational Speaker.
Diane has revolutionized personal spaces—ranging from homes to the offices of corporate America—using her signature systems, Work Piles Made Easy and Ten Minutes a Day to Organizing Success. The panel will be an interactive discussion with two successful female entrepreneurs: Diane Turton and Sandra Fisher. Ellen Nardoni will be the facilitator and moderator. Diane Turton (Panelist) is the owner of Diane Turton, REALTORS®—a full-service real estate company with 14 sales offices throughout Monmouth and Ocean Counties and member or RISMedia’s Real Estate Information Network® (RREIN). The company is staffed with nearly 350 sales associates along with a full-time management and support staff. The company provides a wide range of residential real estate services including sales, rentals and relocations along with mortgage, title and insurance services through Turton Financial. Diane Turton, REALTORS® is currently celebrating their 25th Anniversary of service to Monmouth & Ocean Counties.
Sandra Lotz Fisher, M.S., M.A. (Panelist) is a consultant, teacher, writer and personal coach in New York and Norway. Her focus is on career and professional development, as well as marketing and promotions of organizations and individuals.
Ellen Nardoni (Facilitator) is the Customer Relations Manager for Flemington Car and Truck Country. Keynote Speaker: Christine Todd Whitman, Former Governor of New Jersey and Administrator of the EPA.
Christine Todd Whitman was elected as Governor of New Jersey in November 1993 and was appointed by George W. Bush as Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in January 2001. She resigned from the EPA on May 21, 2003. Since 2004, Ms. Whitman has headed the Whitman Strategy Group, a lobbying/consulting firm with offices in New Jersey and Washington DC. Since 2006, she has consulted for the Nuclear Energy Institute, promoting nuclear power as the co-chair of the industry-funded “Clean and Safe Energy Coalition.” In January 2008, Ms. Whitman was named a co-chair of the Aspen Institute’s Health Stewardship Project.
For more information visit www.dianneturton.com.