Women in business luncheon at Penticton campus

By College Relations | February 9, 2023

Penticton campus of Okanagan College from a bird's eye view.

The Penticton campus of Okanagan College is proud to host the Penticton Women in Business and Penticton Chamber of Commerce for a luncheon on Tuesday, Feb. 14 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The luncheon will be held in Room 113 – the multipurpose room in the Jim Pattison Centre for Excellence.  Buffet will be catered by the Marmalade Cat Café, based in Okanagan College Penticton campus.

The panel of speakers includes:

  • Donna Fairhurst : Soul full Solutions
  • Rose Mupambwa, Roses Life Women Center Foundation
  • Lois Leonard, Full Spectrum Life Coaching

Learn about how Women In Business can build stronger relationships with Okanagan College.

Following the luncheon, those who are able to extend their lunch hour will have the opportunity to take part in a brief campus tour which may, depending on class scheduling, end in the Wine Lab ……

Thank you to Chelsea Terry of Wild Slide Presentation Design the February lunch sponsor.

Online Pre-Registration Required - we are unable to accept walk in registrations. No cash payments at the door.  Online registration closes at Friday, Feb 10, at noon. Please advise on dietary restrictions when you register; last-minute requests cannot be accommodated.

Chamber Members $30 | Guests $40

Purchase tickets

Important note! when you register, include dietary restrictions in comment box.

Door Prizes are always welcome, please attach your business card/info so this info can be announced to the winner.

Tags: Okanagan School of Business, EDISJ, Penticton



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