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Carolyn E. Howell launches “Sterling Women of Washington DC” Showcasing Women of Sterling Worth!

Carolyn E. Howell, founder of Sterling Women of Washington, DC

Washington, DC (BlackNews.com) — Carolyn Howell, Founder, President and CEO of Fun Company Events, LLC recently launched an exciting and highly effective business networking luncheon called Sterling Women of Washington, DC (SWOWDC). This monthly networking luncheon powered by, Fun Company Events; will take place on Wednesday, December 17, 2014 from 11:00 am – 1:30 pm at Clyde’s Restaurant Gallery Place, 707 “7th” Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001.

The luncheon provides an opportunity to support, cultivate and forge growth for the powerful group of diverse women in the heart of the DMV and showcasing women of sterling worth! SWOWDC is dedicated to driving forth this mission by encouraging, inspiring and strengthening women to reach their full potential both personally and professionally. SWOWDC will highlight the dynamic success behind one woman’s story.

Originally founded in 2008 by Kristina Bouweiri, President and CEO of Reston Limousine, her brilliant idea to provide a new networking opportunity for business women in the Sterling, Virginia area was well received and the quality of speaker and sponsor interest has excelled.

Carolyn is excited about offering women a space to connect, collaborate and celebrate each other’s successes. She welcomes both men and women an opportunity to meet, greet, network and shop. Fun Company Events, LLC is an exceptionally vibrant event planning and minority woman-owned small business with an impressive customer base of Fortune 500, regionally notable corporations and federal agencies. Carolyn leads its’ consistent growth, strategic planning, long term vision and commitment to quality. With a strong focus on team building and supporting the needs of today’s corporate culture, Fun Company Events, LLC provide clients with ways to recognize, reward and retain employees.

Tickets for the SWOWDC event are $74 each. Annual sponsorship opportunities are also available. For more details, visit www.sterlingwomenofdc.com

Photo Caption: Carolyn E. Howell, founder of Sterling Women of Washington, DC

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