Ventura County chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners installs 2018-19 Board

NAWBO Ventura County installs 2018-19 Board - Diane de Mailly of DDM Metering Systems, Inc. takes the helm as President

Ventura County, CA The Ventura County chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO VC) installed its new Board of Directors on July 17, 2018. Installed by Ken Ashford of longtime NAWBO VC corporate partner, The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, the new Board represents a broad spectrum of industries, leadership and business acumen.

2018-19 NAWBO Ventura County Board of Directors

  • President – Diane de Mailly, DDM Metering Systems,
  • President-Elect – Lynnette Coverly, Coverly Professional Services
  • Immediate Past President – Elaine Hollifield, Hollifield Creative
  • Treasurer – Marta Alvarez, YCE,
  • Education Director – Bozena Chorazewicz, Nereveno
  • Public Policy/Advocacy Director – Dawn Dyer, Dyer Sheehan Group,
  • Membership Director – Kamie Abraham, Sagemark Consulting
  • Marketing/PR Director – Natalie Ruffing, Sirens Media
  • Programs Director – Rose Hayden-Smith, Rose Hayden-Smith Consulting

“I am excited about this Board,” stated Diane de Mailly, NAWBO-VC President. “They bring a breadth and depth of experience, leadership and energy that is going to take our already successful chapter to the next level.” De Mailly was NAWBO VC’s President in 2014-2015, is a current member of the NAWBO California Board of Directors serving as their Public Policy Director since 1996, and was the Ventura County Woman Business Owner of the Year in 2011.

Established in 1996, the local Ventura County chapter of NAWBO is committed to strengthening the wealth creating capacity of its members while promoting economic development within the entrepreneurial Ventura County community. NAWBO VC invites women sole proprietors, partners, entrepreneurs, and corporate owners, who are looking to make meaningful connections with successful local business women with a common goal of business growth, building strategic alliances, creating innovative and effective change in the business culture, and transforming public policy related to women in leadership and business, to learn more at www.nawbovc.org.

A great way to get to know the chapter is to attend a monthly dinner meeting as a guest. Meetings are held the third Tuesday monthly. The next meeting will be on Tuesday, August 21, 2018, at Wedgewood Banquet Center, Sterling Hills in Camarillo.


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