Volunteer Storytellers looking for YOU!

Pam Gibson explains her "a ha" moment during business mentoring program.

Pam Gibson of Idea Staffing recounts her “a ha” moment during business mentoring program.

If you’ve ever been involved with the Jacksonville Women’s Business Center (JWBC), what’s your story? We’d love to tell it.

Meet our team of volunteer storytellers, members of the JWBC Marketing & Communications Task Force. They’re looking for women business owners, other volunteers like themselves and spokespeople for corporate sponsors who want to brag about their involvement with the JWBC.

This is a great opportunity to foster relationships and build your personal brand while inspiring and encouraging people like you to get involved. Your story will appear at the JWBC website, run on the JAX Chamber’s blog roll and be shared across social media.

 If you’ve participated in a JWBC program, volunteered as a mentor or sponsored an event, we want to tell your story.

There are several ways to let us know you’d like to share your story:

  • Leave a comment below and we’ll contact you
  • Contact Pat Blanchard, JWBC Director: Pat.Blanchard@myjaxchamber.com
  • Connect with the Taskforce Chair on LinkedIn. Include “tell my story” in your connection request.
  • Attend the next JWBC event and look for one of our Storytellers. You can search by category at the JAX Chamber online event calendar: select JWBC Events.

Jacksonville Women’s Business Center

2012-13 Marketing & Communications Task Force

From left to right: Kevin Monahan, Special Projects Director, UNF Small Business Development Center; Jim Molis, Business Development Manager, ROCG Americas; George Biastre, Opportunity Creator, Jacksonville Advantage; Amy Calfee, Chair, Chief Listening Officer, Temerity Creative, LLC; Jessica Thomas, President, Thomas Marketing Consulting, llc; Lorrie DeFrank, Freelance Writer/Blogger; Lauren Little, Owner, Edible Arrangements, Avondale & Bartram Park; Stephanie Cascone, Business Services Representative, First Citizens Bank, Ponte Vedra Beach. NOT PICTURED: Erica Johnson, Advertising Administrator, Jacksonville Business Journal and Ashley Testa, Marketing & Digital Consultant, Cox Media Group.

From left to right: Kevin Monahan, Special Projects Director, UNF Small Business Development Center; Jim Molis, Business Development Manager, ROCG Americas; George Biastre, Opportunity Creator, Jacksonville Advantage; Amy Calfee, Chair, Chief Listening Officer, Temerity Creative, LLC; Jessica Thomas, President, Thomas Marketing Consulting, llc; Lorrie DeFrank, Freelance Writer/Blogger; Lauren Little, Owner, Edible Arrangements, Avondale & Bartram Park; Stephanie Cascone, Business Services Representative, First Citizens Bank, Ponte Vedra Beach. NOT PICTURED: Erica Johnson, Advertising Administrator, Jacksonville Business Journal and Ashley Testa, Marketing & Digital Consultant, Cox Media Group.

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About Amy Calfee

Amy is Founder and CLO (Chief Listening Officer) of Temerity Creative, LLC, a marketing coaching and consulting practice for entrepreneurs and small business owners. She is a creative strategist and marketing expert devoted to entrepreneurs ready to be bold, be themselves and build a meaningful brand. Services include Marketing Coaching based on her planning system currently taught through the Jacksonville Women’s Business Center; Marketing Consulting to integrate the marketing function throughout small to mid-sized organizations and Creative Development, the voice and visualization of marketing strategies.
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