Bellevue BPW’s November networking luncheon welcomes guest speaker Thach Nguyen and his colleagues.  The topic will be The Gift–a revolution in networking mastery.

The mission of The Gift is to create a world where people naturally contribute to one another, knowing that when we are in service to others we transform our own lives and the world around us.  Thach Nguyen hopes to inspire and empower billions of people to reach their dreams by sharing his own, real life American Dream Story – where he went from homelessness to real estate millionaire – to show you anything is possible. Today, he is the Founder of Thach Real Estate Group, “Dream Big with Thach”, and one of the Co-Founders of “The Gift”.

Kristen Marie Schuerlein is a vision translator and has been an expert at turning ideas into brands and businesses since 1996.  A walking medical miracle, she triumphed over Graves’ Disease in her early 30s and discovered a passion for inspiring people to build businesses that are rewarding financially, emotionally and spiritually.

Marc Sachnoff has produced, written, or directed over 150 hours of broadcast television including “Sesame Street’s 25th Anniversary,” the 10 hour “History of Rock ‘N Roll,” the 1993 Presidential Inaugural, and received numerous awards including two prime time Emmy nominations for his work.  Marc is also a 25 year practicing Buddhist who has made it his mission to use the power of communication technology to improve human condition.

When:       Wednesday, November16, 11:15 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Where:      Harbor Club,  777 – 108th Ave. NE in Bellevue, Washington

What to Bring:   Feel free to bring promotional material for our display table.

Cost:  pre-register by November 10th       Members: $25;  Guests: $30    http://bpwbellevue.org/events_temp.htm

At the door      Members: $30;  Guests: $35

About BPW

Founded in 1919, Business and Professional Women (BPW) promotes equity for all women in the workplace through advocacy, education and information. With 1,500 local chapters nationwide and members in every congressional district, BPW is the leading advocate for millions of working women on work-life balance and workplace equity issues.  We provide members with professional development programs, networking, participation in grassroots activism, opportunities to support scholarships for disadvantaged women and ways to support our community.  BPW is one of the first women’s organizations to endorse the Equal Rights Amendment in 1937.  BPW has been a successful leader in promoting and supporting legislation affecting working women ever since.

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