Flagler County, Fla. – The Professional Women of Flagler County (PWFC) are
pleased to announce that the group is hosting a Business for Breakfast event on
Friday, August 6th from 8:30 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. at the Hilton Garden located at
55 Town Center Blvd., Palm Coast.

“Women make up half of the U.S.’s workforce and both genders are now working
much later in life, so personal imbalances will affect more people at work than
ever before,” said PWFC’s President Danielle Silva. “Join us as Dr. Amy
Coopersmith and Ms. Erica Rivera discuss work/life balance and intimacy and
offer advice on the best ways to take care of ourselves as well as our families,”
she added.

Dr. Amy Coopersmith

This is an in-person event and pre-registration is required.

Those interested in
attending can visit https://professionalwomenflagler.org/events to register.
CDC Guidelines will be followed – masks are required.

PWFC’s mission is to empower, educate, and support women in business in Flagler County. The organization is a 501(c)(3). It provides grants to women for a variety of business needs such as education/training, business start up costs, equipment costs and more.
Individual membership is $75 per year and corporate membership is $400 annually. The PWFC board is set up as a giving non-profit board with annual pledges.
PWFC is committed to the women in the Flagler County business community who need networking for sales and support, and those in need of education to grow in their current positions. The group offers a variety of sponsorship levels and is actively reaching out to local businesses for community outreach, engagement and opportunities to support professional women in Flagler County.

Professional Women of Flagler County can be reached at https://professionalwomenflagler.org/, or

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