dECEMBER 8, 2016
The GFWHCC Board of Directors and associates welcome MARILYN MORAN-TOWNSEND
Marilyn Moran-Townsend has been perfecting the message to communicate the value of her company for 35 years. She is here to share with us the 3 elements of “The Perfect Pitch,” and how to develop a strong and clear company power statement.
Ms. Moran-Townsend is the co-founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of CVC Communications – Business Storytellers. CVC is a certified woman-owned company (WBE) headquartered in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The company helps local and global corporations skill-up their employees and sales force through highly engaging, highly interactive, media-rich and custom eLearning.
Marilyn has received the Sagamore of the Wabash, the Governor’s highest award. She’s also the former State Small Business Person of the Year as designated by the United States Small Business Administration, “Indiana Entrepreneur of the Year”, “Indiana Business Leader of the Year” and Great Lakes Women’s Business Council Indiana Volunteer of the Year. CVC turned 35 on March 16th.
A brief overview and points of contacts available at the Veterans Affairs by the Public Affairs Officer, Isaac Grove, a Senior leadership representative, and Anaury Angeles, EEP Specialist/ALRAC /Diversity Advisory Committee Chair/HEPM.
Muchas gracias! We are grateful to our Keynote Speaker Ms. Moran-Townsend for sharing such wonderful insights and experience, to Ms. Anaury Angeles at Veteran’s Affairs, to Parkview and the staff for proving a wonderful location and amenities, to all of GFWHCC’s new and longstanding members, all volunteers and specially our Board of Directors and Officers.