February 13, 2013
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Empowered Women Sharing Success Strategies

Join us for our third annual one day conference devoted to the development of women’s leadership.  Successful women managers and leaders from New Jersey financial institutions and affiliated professional groups share their experience and knowledge with future leaders.
Linda Bowden, New Jersey Regional President of PNC Financial Services will be the morning keynote speaker, where she will give her perspective on surviving changes.

Attendees will have opportunity throughout the day to attend two out of our three panel discussions, panels include: Mergers & Acquisitions: Managing Change for Career & Success with Barbara Tosi-Renna, Consultant to the CEO and COO of Garden State Community Bank and Ana Oliveira, Senior Vice President/Regional Manager of Investors Bank.  Work / Life Integration 2.0 – Getting to Specifics with Marian Sorrentino, Senior Vice President/BSA Officer of First Bank, Janine Akey, Director of Metuchen Savings Bank, Mary Ann Deacon, Chairwoman of Lakeland Bank and Elizabeth Randall, Director of Columbia Bank.  Paths to Success – The Journey Continues with Lynn Van Borkulo-Nuzzo, Esq., of Saddle River Valley, Peggy M. Deehan, Senior Vice President/Senior Client Manager for Global Commercial Banking of Bank of America, N.A., Elizabeth Magennis, Executive Vice President/CLO of North Jersey Community Bank and Andrea T. Onorato, First Senior Vice President of Valley National Bank.

Wrapping up the morning will be our luncheon speaker Michele N. Siekerka, Esq., Chairwoman of Roma Bank who will speak on “Knowing Your Worth.”  After the luncheon speaker, attendees will have the option of again choosing one of three concurrent panel sessions. 

 “Exceeded my expectations. I am motivated and ready to change the corporate world!”

Wonderful empowering conference.”

Great day, very informative, so glad I was invited to attend.”

This is a great conference…I hope to come back next year.”

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:  The Women in Banking Conference welcomes members of any financial institution or financial services provider interested in the enhancement and career growth of women in New Jersey. 

NJBankers is excited to announce that we are partnering with HomeFrontNJ.  We are asking attendees to bring with them slightly worn business attire and children’s clothing to donate to families in need. 

HomeFronts mission is to end homelessness in Central New Jersey by harnessing the caring, resources and expertise of the community. They lessen the immediate pain of homelessness and help families become self-sufficient.

They work to give their clients the skills and opportunities to ensure adequate incomes, and we work to increase the availability of adequate, affordable housing. They help homeless families advocate for themselves individually and collectively.

NJBankers donation table will be staffed by a team of bank employee volunteers for guests to make donations. 

HomeFront's Critically Needed Items:
• Fans
• Air Conditioners
• Snack Foods in kid-sized packages
• Juice Boxes
• Newborn-sized diapers
• Booster & Car Seats
• Large-size women's clothing
• Silverware
• Personal Care Items (soap, toothbrushes, shampoo, conditioner)
• Dishes & Cups
• Baby Items (clothes, strollers, cribs, diapers)


NJBankers would like to thank our early sponsor for their support:

Gold Sponsor- Lakeland Bank

Silver Sponsor - Valley National Bank


Click here for program and registration information.


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