SYMMETRY: 2020 Women's Executive Virtual Event
This event is a Women's Executive Luncheon focused on giving women executives tips and ideas on how to better balance their lives. It is also a great way to network with area executives!
The Event Includes:
For our virtual Symmetry Happy Hour on June 24!
This year, we are changing up the Symmetry event! We still want to hold the event to celebrate women in our community. With all that is happening, the best way to do this is a virtual happy hour!
We'll have all the elements you love:
Swag bags! We'll have social distance pick up for these. Swag bag pick up times and locations are:
Tuesday, June 23 from 5 to 7pm: Oasis Conference Center (under the portico); 902 Loveland-Miamiville Road
Loveland, OH 45140
Wednesday, June 24 from 1 to 3:30pm: Linda Cox Parking Lot (downtown Loveland on bike trail) 205 Broadway St, Loveland, OH 45140
Vendor "booths": want to promote your business? Get a vendor spot for $50 to virtually promote and/or demonstrate your business!
Raffles: We'll have raffles during the event for great prizes!
Food/wine: We'll have an appetizer as part of your swag bag and wine for you to enjoy during the happy hour!
Keynote Speaker: As always, the main event: We'll have an awesome keynote speaker to inspire us!
CHRISTINE NEITZKE, Founder & Executive Director, The Dragonfly Foundation
Christine Neitzke is an award-winning entrepreneur, marketer, and executive. After directing communications and public relations for government and private environmental agencies, Christine tapped into her creative side by opening her own interior design practice, which maintained a thriving clientele of over 30 private customers.
That’s when life changed for Christine. A devoted mother and wife, her life was turned upside down when her son, Matt, was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma at age ten. Motivated by the lack of support some of Matt’s fellow pediatric cancer patients and families had in their lives, Christine, along with her husband Jim, created The Dragonfly Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit devoted to bringing comfort and joy to young cancer patients and their families. Five years later, Matt Neitzke is cancer-free and The Dragonfly Foundation is renowned in the Cincinnati area for its dedication to pediatric cancer patients and their families. The organization just reached its 10-year anniversary, and continues to grow to support Cincinnati, Dayton and Chicago children’s hospitals.
Emily Barlow, Loveland Lifestyle
Emily Barlow is the publisher of Loveland Lifestyle magazine, a publication with a mission to bring the community together by sharing local stories that appeal to readers. From learning about people in the community and neighborhood heroes, to introducing new restaurants and entertainment venues around town, each issue is created for the residents of the community.Loveland Lifestyle premiered in November 2018 and has been going strong ever since.