Jewish Professional Women (JPW)

 

Amazing energy and connections. New perspectives on professional and personal growth.

Jewish Professional Women (JPW) provides career-minded women a platform for professional connections, personal growth and community engagement through a Jewish lens.

Events include lunch and learns, breakfasts, happy hours and an annual event.

Take a look at a previous JPW LeadHERship Event.

 

Instagram vs. Reality: Stop Comparing, Start Sharing

Do your online and offline selves align? In the era of social media, we are constantly comparing ourselves to others. Instead of comparing, this event highlights how we can begin sharing best practices in terms of work, life, volunteering and outside commitments.

Join JPW for authentic table conversations facilitated by four professional women in our community. You will leave the breakfast with tangible takeaways from each of the facilitators focused on personal brand, risk taking and communal involvement.

Wednesday, September 25 | 8:00 a.m.
Temple Oheb Shalom
7310 Park Heights Avenue

Facilitators
Laura Alima, The Charmery
Shira Levy, Baltimore Thrives
Merav Levine, AMF Creative
Ellen L. Taylor, M.D.

Cost: $18

Light breakfast will be served. Dietary laws observed.

Questions? Contact Alexis Miller at ammiller@associated.org or 410-369-9295.

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Instagram vs. Reality: Stop Comparing, Start Sharing
Do your online and offline selves align? Join JPW for table conversations focused on personal brand, risk taking, communal involvement and social media.
Wednesday, September 25, 2019 at 8:00 AM
 
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