Women’s Networking Luncheon – November 19
The Columbia County Chamber of Commerce will host a Women’s Networking Luncheon at The Greens at Copake Country Club on Thursday, November 19 from 12:00 to 1:30 pm.
Speaker, Julie Ulmer of Minding Your Manor will capture you with “Being Organized IS Being Productive”- If you have ever wondered what a professional organizer does this is your chance. She will give you statistics about disorganization and lost productivity and types of disorganization. Julie will follow that up with tips on how to handle the paper, paper and paper management and keys to successful organizing for the busy professional. Followed by Q & A. You will learn a bit on organizing along with meeting and networking with some amazing women.
Networking luncheons provide a great opportunity for area business women to promote their business to other professionals interested in what they have to offer or know someone who is. Guests will be given time to network with the many other professionals in attendance. The cost for Chamber members is $25 and $35 for non-members. TD Bank is the Presenting Sponsor. The Greens is located at 44 Golf Course Road in Copake. Please contact the Chamber at (518) 828-4417 to make a reservation.
About Julie Ulmer
Julie Ulmer is a Columbia and Rensselaer County, New York native who has built an extensive business as a professional organizer since 2003. Even in childhood, Julie always had a desire to “set things to right” and later her organization skills were vital as a radio broadcaster, an administrative assistant and a busy working mom. Her former career as a cook and chef at some of the area’s finest restaurants helped her continue to develop her natural talent and encouraged her pursuit of simplicity, efficiency and productivity.
Clients have recognized that her compassion, understanding, non-judgmental approach and ambition have helped them move forward faster. She services the Capital District as well as Columbia & Rensselaer counties of New York and the Berkshires of western Massachusetts. She writes a bi-weekly column for the Chatham Courier and speaks publicly about organization. She is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers, the Institute for Challenging Disorganization and the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce.