NEW is a grassroots informal organization for entrepreneurially-minded women – for those just beginning the journey, those bumping along the road, and those who have crossed the finish line and want to keep on going.
There is no cost to join NEW and all our events are free to attend. We work strictly from donations from attendees, but there is never any obligation or pressure to donate. Events are usually held the second Wednesday evening of every month from 6:00pm-8:00pm in a different location.
Our goal is to keep our monthly events casual and inviting for ALL entrepreneurs who wants to meet and network with like minded people. NEW is a great place to meet mentors and ask any questions you might have about starting, running, or growing a business. If you aren’t currently on our email list please click here to join so you can start receiving monthly invitations.
NEW November Event
Please join The Network of Entrepreneurial Women (NEW) for an evening of refreshments, networking and learning on November 11th.
Julie Moore (Jeweler & Owner of Cale & Cole) along with Leo Prevan (Owner of A Ray of Hope)
“Listen to the Universe”
Leo Provan was born in Canada, raised in Chile and is the parent of a 20-year-old son with autism and cerebral palsy. Leo has a BA in English and taught for many years. The birth of her son took her on a different path to find ways to help in his healing process. Leo became a Craniosacral Practitioner and Reiki Master to help her son in his healing process.
She became Lawrence’s lead therapist and guided a team of therapists in the work with Lawrence on an intensive home program for six years; building skills that would allow Lawrence to someday participate in school. Lawrence stood up and took his first steps at the age of 6. He joined the school system in 2005. Leo offers Cranialsacral and Reiki therapies at her private practice, A Ray of Hope in Louisville, KY.
Julie MacKenzie Moore, originally from Los Altos, California, is happiest expressing her creativity through jewelry. After experiencing great success from selling her own handmade jewelry at local boutiques, Julie’s passion for jewelry came to fruition in 2012 with a storefront at Norton Commons in Louisville KY. She lovingly named it Cale & Cole, as a twist on her two children’s names. Her family has served as an inspiration to her in more ways than one. Crafted in honor of her father, her Wallace gold collection includes meaningful words, such as ‘courage,’ beautifully written in a whimsical, gold or silver.
Come hear how each of these women listened to ‘the universe’ and took that huge step that changed their lives.
Cale & Cole
9428 Norton Commons Blvd.
Prospect, KY 40059
NEW is asking for an optional $10.00 or more in a cash donation from guests attending this event to help us cover the cost of future events.
December 9 – Holiday Party
January 13 – Rodes for Her/Dress for Success