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WISH - Women Inspiring Supporting & Helping

WISH - Women Inspiring Supporting & Helping

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WISH Morning Meeting with Nelson Coleman Jewelers

WISH Morning Meeting with Nelson Coleman Jewelers

Jun 1, 7:45am

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The Nelson Coleman Jewelers Chris Coleman Enrichment Program is a vessel designed to support nonprofits and organizations through every full price retail purchase made in our stores all year long. We do this by writing a check for 10% of the full price retail value to the customers non profit or organization of their choice. For example, an organization that provides academic achievement and personal growth among high school students in the Baltimore area. By becoming a vessel for organizations like this, It offers financial support, mentorship, and leadership development opportunities to students who demonstrate outstanding academic performance, leadership potential, community involvement, and financial need. The program was established by the Amanda Coleman-Phelps 6th generation owner in honor of Chris Coleman, the son of the 4th generation owner Nelson Coleman himself. The program aims to inspire and empower all of our clients to give back in big or small ways and make positive contribution to their communities.

Emmaline Briley will be our Guest Speaker to speak about the Enrichment Program! Emmaline was born in Dallas, Texas and moved to Baltimore, Maryland with her family when she was young. After graduating from Dulaney High School, she spent time exploring her love of travel. Emmaline went on to graduate from UMBC with honors, where she majored in Social Work and minored in Gender and Women’s Studies. She began working at the Irvine Nature Center in 2003 as a weekend naturalist where she worked for 8 years. During that time, she also began working with the Parks and People Foundation, teaching lessons in biodiversity to children in east and west Baltimore City. In 2010 Emmaline began working with Adelante Familia, a comprehensive intimate partner violence program in Maryland providing specialized intervention services for Spanish-speaking immigrants. While on a trip to Argentina, Emmaline met her husband where they decided to live and start a family. During her time in Argentina, Emmaline continued her passion of enriching the lives of others and began working with the Mapuche native community. After several years she and her family moved to the United States. Upon arriving to the states, Emmaline began working for Nelson Coleman Jewelers in 2020 in the Inventory Department. Emmaline has always had a love for vintage and antique jewelry and found a way to expand estate jewelry sales online for the company. She was instrumental in creating part of her current position as 3rd Part Website Sales Coordinator. Recently there was an opportunity for a community liaison within Nelson Coleman Jewelers. Given Emmaline’s strong background in community involvement, coupled with her passion for jewelry, she was the perfect fit for this new position.
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Clarity Confidence Connection Summit with Jean Wright!

Clarity Confidence Connection Summit with Jean Wright!

Jun 2, 8:00am - Jun 3, 3:00pm

Thank you for supporting me and my book, Selling Your Confidence, plus coming to my launch, commenting on social media, and doing so much more for me.

Writing and publishing this book has changed my life! So many doors have opened with more friendships, business relationships, and supporters like you who have made all the difference. I'm now involved in some pretty special projects, plus speaking and starting my sales confidence coaching business. You'll be hearing more about it!


I'll be one of 60 featured speakers at the Clarity Confidence & Connection Summit on June 2 & 3. PLEASE PURCHASE YOUR TICKET! This virtual Summit can be viewed from the comfort of your home and I hope you'll want to join in to support me.

I'd also like to ask one BIG favor -

If you've read Selling Your Confidence and would like to provide a review on Amazon, I would GREATLY appreciate it! I recently wrote a book review for another author and couldn't believe how easy it was - just a couple of sentences. Thank you in advance for doing this!

If you still don't have my book but want to buy it or download it on Kindle, here's the Book Link which takes you directly to my Amazon page. Think of it as your summertime reading!

Thanks again and have a great weekend!

Jean Wright
Author, Speaker, Sales Confidence Builder
Author of Selling Your Confidence
Amazon #1 New Release
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jeanwright-confidencebuilder/
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WISH Morning Meeting Discussing / Supporting S.H.E. Week!

WISH Morning Meeting Discussing / Supporting S.H.E. Week!

Jul 6, 7:45am

Canapés Catering550 Highland St Suite 103Frederick, MD21701 Map

Jennifer Gerlock is the Executive Director of Leadership Frederick County (LFC) and the Vice President of Marketing & Communications for the Frederick County Chamber of Commerce. Along with her leadership and communications duties, she plays a creative and strategic role in shaping the Chamber’s member events programming and services including their nationally recognized S.H.E. Week event series.

Jennifer sits on board of the Downtown Frederick Partnership, is a member of the Hood College Board of Associates and Businesses for Hood committee and is a founding member of Key City Rotary Club. Her published articles have appeared in the New York Times Syndicate, Maryland Life Magazine, Frederick Magazine and Frederick Lifestyle Magazine.

A fan of all things nerdy, Jen's passions include reading anything she can get her hands on, writing on her blog PursuitOfItAll.com, and waxing poetic about the tortured soul of Professor Snape. Her favorite thing to do, however, is travel whenever possible with her two grown sons and husband of 27 years.
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WISH Morning Meeting Discussing Frederick County Goes Purple!

WISH Morning Meeting Discussing Frederick County Goes Purple!

Aug 3, 7:45am

Canapés Catering550 Highland St Suite 103Frederick, MD21701 Map

Carol Switzer, is the Co-Founder of the non profit, Crossed Bridges. Carol does amazing work serving the greater Frederick community. Carol and her husband Jonathan spend their time loving on our community and they are a true blessing. They have done what they can to give back AND support people in the many ways they can, including Frederick County Goes Purple.

A grassroots call to action to unify and educate our Frederick County community to reduce substance-related deaths and overdoses.

This massive community-wide observance takes place during National Recovery Month in September with ongoing training throughout the year. Frederick County supports those in active addiction, recovery, and their loved ones; offers hope and resources; and invests in the future of its youth through prevention education.

National Recovery Month in September is associated with the color purple. The entire community is encouraged to “go purple” and obtain training to bring awareness and understanding of mental health and substance use disorders, and to celebrate those living in recovery.
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WISH Morning Meeting Discussing How to Declutter your Life and Manifest your Dreams!

WISH Morning Meeting Discussing How to Declutter your Life and Manifest your Dreams!

Sep 7, 7:45am

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Julie Goetzinger ~ FREE TO FLY
I help ambitious professionals to find the higher purpose and meaning of their lives!

Right after I released my book, “Free to Fly: Manifest the Life of Your Dreams,” I was in the poorest financial state I had been in since first starting my business seven years prior. Ironically my book is about abundance and everything I wrote in my book was 100% true. I did hit 6 figures my first year as a coach. However, I also worked myself to the bone and let other areas of my life slip leaving me feeling exhausted, disconnected from my relationships and burned out.

Once the money started flowing back in, I took myself on a trip to California when I realized that I had not been living my life fully before that point. I was too busy chasing the next dollar, accomplishing my next goal to stop and enjoy the life I had worked so hard to create.

I was teaching abundance and yet I was living a life in which I believed that I needed to trade my time for money and that making money was hard.

How can we allow the Universe to show us that it is safe to rest if we never stop pushing ourselves long enough to see how loved and supported we are?

If you can see yourself in my story and are ready to release any fears around slowing down and allow money to flow to you with greater ease, I invite you to download my free video training below to see if you too could have a money block that wants to be released so that you can finally enjoy a life of freedom that you’ve worked so hard to create.
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WISH Morning Meeting with Mission of Mercy!

WISH Morning Meeting with Mission of Mercy!

Oct 5, 7:45am

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Jennifer Lucey White is the Development Director at Mission of Mercy in Maryland / Pennsylvania. She is coming to speak to us about Mission of Mercy's goal, to restore dignity, “healing through Love”, by providing free healthcare.

For more than 28 years, Mission of Mercy has been providing free healthcare, free dental care and free medications to the uninsured, underinsured and those who “fall through the cracks” of our healthcare system. Since 1994, Mission of Mercy served nearly 50,000 patients who have visited the clinics over 221,100 times, dispensed more than 440,900 medications.

With the support of 220 mission-driven, medical and non-medical volunteers, Mission of Mercy operates both a mobile medical and a mobile dental clinic. Churches provide host sites for the mobile clinics in Taneytown, Reisterstown, Brunswick and Frederick in Maryland and Gettysburg and Harrisburg in Pennsylvania. Hospitals in each of their serve areas provide free lab work and x-rays for their patients.

Mission of Mercy is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. They do not rely on government support, rather, our funding is derived from foundations, corporations, churches, service clubs, workplace giving, individuals and special events.

What does “to restore dignity, healing through Love” really mean? Here is an essay, written by Drs. Gianna and Michael Sullivan ~

Founded in 1991 and launched in 1994 by Dr. Gianna Talone Sullivan in response to a life-changing divine call, Mission of Mercy is an independent nonprofit 501 (c)(3), faith-based community organization dedicated to providing “Healing through Love”.

We call on the experience of active and retired licensed healthcare professionals who volunteer their time to provide free medical and dental services and prescription medications to the uninsured working poor, homeless and economically disadvantaged people of Arizona, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Texas.

The services provided at our 14 health clinics are provided regardless of race, color, creed, national origin or religion. All services are free and no fees are charged. No one is denied service because of their inability to pay.

At Mission of Mercy, we have six main objectives:
To restore dignity to the sick, poor, and homeless by providing free medical, dental and pharmaceutical services and by acting as an instrument of “Healing through Love.”

To serve as a catalyst for change in the healthcare community and to inspire others to improve the way they serve.

To educate our patients about healthcare and to empower them to care for themselves.

To provide free healthcare to the uninsured working poor so they can remain healthy, self-sufficient and able to work.

To provide healthcare to those moving off of the welfare system and into work.

To provide healthcare to the economically disadvantaged that are in transition from being recently unemployed to seeking new employment.
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