CRESTVIEW HILLS, KENTUCKY – January 19, 2011 – The Bank of Kentucky is pleased to announce the formation and growth of its first women’s leadership group. W.I.L.L. (Women In Lifelong Leadership) was created in 2010, officially kicked-off last May, and has since organized itself with an active board and is open to all women employees.
“We are excited about the interest and energy surrounding our group,” says Diane Czerwonka, Vice President of Human Resources. “W.I.L.L. is all about empowering and inspiring women in the workplace by finding ways and having programs to learn more about becoming great leaders.”
The group sponsored a kick-off last year, initiated a fitness program, fostered mentoring among members and is planning community outreach, career development and health awareness opportunities.
On Thursday, January 27, W.I.L.L. welcomes Kristie Sheanshang, personal stylist and consultant, who works with many area businesses and professional women to identify styles, designs, colors and an overall image that fits the individual. She will present “Flair: Ten Wardrobe Must Haves”, a free event to all Bank of Kentucky women who RSVP to the event. W.I.L.L. is excited to learn how Kristie can help women at The Bank of Kentucky re-energize their wardrobes and discover their professional style. And The Bank of Kentucky is proud to see the success oft this new internal organization, leading the way in women’s leadership.
For more information about W.I.L.L. (Woman In Lifelong Leadership), contact Melinda Jackson Brandt at firstname.lastname@example.org