“Revolutionize Your Resolutions” at Augusta Metro Chamber’s First Women In Business Luncheon of 2022
Did you make your New Year’s Resolutions and are wondering why you cannot keep them? The Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce will host the first Women In Business luncheon of 2022 on Tuesday, January 18 at the Enterprise Mill Events Center. Guest speaker Meredith Rausch, PhD, NCC will help “Revolutionize Your Resolutions: Changing Our Approach to the New Year.” Join us to find out why we never stick with our New Year’s Resolutions and get tips to help you keep them in 2022.
Meredith Rausch, PhD, NCC is a former Midwesterner who received her undergraduate degree in Public Speaking and master’s degree in Community Counseling, both from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. She then pursued a certificate in improvisational comedy from The Second City in Chicago. Her background ranges from personal trainer and figure competitor to co-founder and vice president of a 501(c)3 dedicated to assisting victims and survivors of intimate partner violence. During her doctoral studies, Meredith worked with Veterans, performing neuropsychological assessments, writing marriage and career programs for the military, and as an on-call crisis counselor. She obtained her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from The University of Iowa and is currently an associate professor at Augusta University. She has published over 20 peer-reviewed articles, 8 book chapters, a textbook, and spoken professionally across the United States.
The Women In Business Program begins at 11:30 am at the Enterprise Mill Events Center. Tickets are $30 for Chamber members and $40 for prospective members. Advanced registration required at augustametrochamber.com. Registration deadline is Friday, January 14.
It is the mission of the Women in Business Committee to strengthen the business community of the Augusta region by providing programs that enhance the knowledge, success and leadership goals of working women at all stages of their personal and professional lives.
Kathryn Freemon, Communications Coordinator
Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce