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(Register for February's meeting here)


January 16, 2018 from 11:30 AM-1:30 PM

Storytelling with an Edge:
Network to Get Noticed

Speakers: TALLsmall Productions

The most magnetic leaders share a talent for storytelling that is simple to follow and inspires people to take action.  Keith Scott and Rebecca Klein Scott of TALLsmall Productions will lead us in an interactive storytelling workshop. Learn how to tell stories at networking events, and beyond, that communicate the significance of what your business offers. This duo will reveal how to get out of the gate, how to build anticipation with words and body language, and how to leave your potential clients ready to take the next step. 

Rebecca Klein Scott & Keith Scott

TALLsmall Productions

 Rebecca and Keith lead communication workshops and deliver keynotes for clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to family-owned businesses, and everything in between; along with business and public speaking coaching.

Food Plenty

12250 Clarksville Pike Clarksville MD 21029

Menu TBD. Contact Food Plenty directly (410 531 0411) if you have food allergies or special dietary needs. For more information, please contact Doris Walsh, Director of Membership.

Members: Early Bird - $35 in advance, $50 day of meeting

Non-members: $50

Introduce a friend to BWN:  Bring a guest at your member rate!

January Donation 

Howard County Head Start

Head Start and Pre-K provide free pre-school to eligible 3- to 5-year-old children. Programs provide family engagement services, speech & language therapy, mental health consulting, hearing & vision screening, nutritional counseling, and limited transportation. There are currently 4 Head Start centers in the county. Howard County Head Start is part of the Community Action Council of Howard County.

At the January meeting, we will be collecting: 

  • Glue sticks
  • Colored paper
  • Play dough

2018-2019 Networking Luncheon Calendar -- Download HERE


BWN began in 1979 as 'The Women's Network' with the goal of providing an informal networking setting for women. In 1992, the group refocused to provide a more formal networking organization and incorporated in November of that year.

A volunteer board of directors runs BWN, which has nearly 200 members representing large and small businesses, non-profits, government and private organizations. Although most members live or work in Howard County, individuals from all over the Baltimore/ Washington Corridor area attend monthly meetings.

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You can contact us here by mail:

Business Women's Network of Howard County
327 Radnor Road
Baltimore MD 21212

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