Most Leads for Her Chapter in Santa Barbara, CA

Spotlight member for November is Joanne McMurtry, an Independent Stylist with CAbi. Joanne has been a faithful, engaged and involved member of this chapter for more than 15 years. She has served on the leadership team dozens of terms. She brings weekly leads, inside and out, and this week shared the most leads for her chapter members. She is a member of the Sunrise Professionals Women’s Chapter in Santa Barbara, CA.

Most Panned Out Leads in Torrance, CA

Please help me honor my friend, Alexa Hoyt. Alexa is a long-time member of the Torrance Breakfast Club Chapter in Torrance, CA. She had the most leads that panned out in the month of October for her chapter. Alexa has been a realtor in the South Bay for 30 years. She works with both buyers and sellers. She can help you find your first home or the home of your dreams. Alexa may be contacted at alexahoyt@kw.com.

Giving a 110% in Ventura, CA.

Dena Rogers is the spotlight of the month. Her website is denarogers.com. She has been the director many times during her many years in Leads Club; she always takes it very seriously and gives 110% . We appreciate her honesty, energy and professionalism. She is a member of the Gold Coast Women’s Chapter in Ventura, CA.

Most Business Panned Out for the Pacific Coast Chapter

Please help me honor my friend, Susanne Alexander, owner of Lisa’s Bon Appetit Café and Catering. Susanne has two separate businesses. Her catering office is at 3535 Lomita Blvd. in Torrance, CA and her café and bakery is located at 2809 Pacific Coat Hwy. in Torrance, CA. She has a Thanksgiving menu online that is wonderful. They can cook the whole meal or just side dishes, whatever you would like. Susanne is a long-time member of the Pacific Coast Coed Chapter in Torrance, CA. For the month of October, Susanne had the most business pan out for the Chapter. Susanne can be reached at 310-784-1070.

‘Stressfree’ Travel During the Pandemic

Spotlight member – Marcela Nelson – Stressfree Travels – Marcela has adjusted her business during this time to better serve her clients, including offering more house rental options so clients can travel safely. She has also kept up to date on travel restrictions, limitations, and availabilities as locations have changed their requirements. If you want to travel during this time, Marcela can make it ‘Stress free.’ She is a member of the Naperville Women’s Chapter in Lisle, IL.

Stepping Up in Ventura, CA.

My spotlight member is Kathy Gray with Guild Mortgage. Her website is www.guildmortgage.com/kathygray. Kathy is always the person logging into FB and posting the group’s Zoom meetings and speakers for that day. She is eager to grow the group and is often reaching out to others to invite them to the meetings. Kathy is persistent in keeping up with her clients and works tirelessly into the night to make sure she has crossed her t’s and dotted her i’s! She is a member of the Gold Coast Women’s Network in Ventura, CA.

 

Increasing the Potential for Leads in Oakbrook Terrace, IL.

Spotlight – John Bruner – Inland Bank. John is serving his first term on the leadership team as Director. With the challenges of virtual meetings, John stepped up to lead the group. He has also had coworkers from the bank visit the meeting so they can meet the other members, increasing the potential for leads. Nice work John. He is a member of the Oakbrook Coed Chapter in Oakbrook Terrace, IL.

Staying Connected in Woodridge, IL.

Spotlight on Chapter – West Suburban Women’s Chapter in Woordridge, IL.
After meeting virtually since March, we put together an outing at a local forest preserve. Members (wearing masks) paired up to do one-on-ones during the hike. We switched partners a few times. It was great to see each other and reconnect! As we get closer to winter, we probably will not have this opportunity again, but we’re sure to think of another creative way to stay connected!

Helping Those in Need During COVID

As Carla Brown‘s business name, Big Joyful Organizing portrays, she also brings that into the Santa Cruz County Women’s Chapter in Santa Cruz, CA with an incredible spirit, knowledge and feeling that you would know she would do a great job for you. She is eager to volunteer and offered the Chapter to create a document where members can share what they need during this difficult time. Other members then give ideas and or offer to help to them improve financially during COVID. I so appreciate Carla’s spirit and sunshine every time she speaks and is present in the meeting.