The Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, in association with the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida, presents A Women’s Empowerment Luncheon, the first of a bi-monthly program showcasing successful Chamber Members who are professional women.
Guest Speaker - Shelley Freeman is regional president for Wells Fargo's Florida Community Bank. She is responsible for retail, small business, and business banking with 703 banking stores currently operating under the Wachovia brand. Freeman also serves as the national co-leader for the company's affluent customer support strategy. In this capacity, Freeman works closely with the company's more than 6000 licensed bankers, regional bank private bankers and store-based financial consultants.
Co-Sponsor - The Epilepsy Foundation of Florida (EFOF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the medical, personal and social adjustments of the over 360,000 Floridians with epilepsy and seizure disorders, and their families. EFOF's services include state-of-the-art medical centers, counseling and therapy, support groups, prevention and education initiatives, social services and a summer camp program. EFOF is responsible for providing access to epilepsy services throughout Florida, without regard for an individual's ability to pay. Epilepsy is the third most common neurological disorder in the U.S. after Alzheimer's disease and stroke.
The Miami-Dade Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (MDGLCC) is the largest not-for-profit corporation in the county for gay and lesbian businesses. With membership on the rise, the Chamber's mission is to promote a unified and thriving, gay and gay-friendly, business and professional community throughout Miami-Dade County. Our goals are to promote networking within the existing gay and gay-friendly business and professional community, to promote business opportunities for Chamber members, to promote Miami as a year-round, gay and gay-friendly tourist destination, to provide resources for our members, and to provide outreach from our community to other organizations.