Brandi Starr, Executive Director: Ladies Atlanta
Ladies America Announces New Chapter: Ladies Atlanta
Atlanta makes latest city to expand Ladies America National Network
WASHINGTON- Ladies America is pleased to announce the addition of a new chapter, Ladies Atlanta. Brandi Starr, President of Cassius Blue Consulting will be at the helm of Ladies Atlanta as its Chapter Director. Chapter set to launch on May 7th, 2014 at Cellar 56. At this inaugural event there will be an opportunity for professional women in Atlanta to network and learn about what Ladies Atlanta has to offer.
As a chapter of Ladies America, Ladies Atlanta joins a national network of young professional women working to connect, mentor and educate. Ladies Atlanta will work to develop a community within a major city and as an added bonus help women become a part of a national network.
Brandi Starr is excited to launch, “I am elated to bring Ladies America to Atlanta. Atlanta already has a strong professional community that offers great opportunities for an organization like ours. There is so much that we can learn from one another, we are truly women helping women. We hope to make a big splash with our launch event and the outpouring of support has been amazing; in the 10 days that registration for the launch event has been open we have had over 100 women register, and a few who have already expressed interest in joined.”
For registration details for Launch Ladies Atlanta: http://ladiesatlantamay2014.eventbrite.com
Ladies America: http://www.ladiesamerica.org/
Ladies Atlanta: http://ladiesatlanta.org/
Ladies America is a national network of young, professional women connecting to advance one another personally and professionally, following the motto “Women Helping Women.” The organizations vision is “to connect, educate and mentor professional women across the U.S.” Ladies America’s key goals include obtaining 1,000 participants in their mentorship program by 2016, expanding membership to 25,000 in 15 cities by 2020, and completing 10,000 hours of education in technology, business & advocacy by 2020.