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BCPWN is a vibrant and supportive community of women dedicated to promoting positivity and strong relationships through engaging programming and content. We focus on addressing the unique needs of professional women leaders in Bergen County (and beyond!), and provide a forum for women helping women in their search for business contacts and professional development.
We encourage you to explore the benefits of membership and attend one of our monthly events to get a true feel for our organization. Our network of women, from various industries and disciplines, is unique in its goal to promote collaboration and reciprocity among members.
The benefits of a BCPWN Membership are highly rewarding and far-reaching, providing increased visibility for yourself and your company in the region. Member benefits include:
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Sarah Beane Ricca, CFP® is the founder of BCPWN. She has spent her career focused on client service and aligning solutions to help meet client needs. Using her background in management consulting, ethics and leadership, Sarah strives to help her clients live more meaningfully through in-depth financial planning and wealth management.
Mary is a Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) with more than 15 years experience in the conference, meeting planning, association management & marketing business. She served as the Executive Director of BCPWN from 2012-2021. Mary works with clients to devise and execute strategic plans, marketing plans, and to develop profitable programs that benefit multiple stakeholders. Mary possesses a unique combination of strategic vision and attention to detail that benefits her clients’ businesses.
Lisa DiGuglielmo Pisano is the Executive Director of BCPWN, effective January 2022. She is President of Groupe a la Mode, LLC, a marketing consultancy and holds a MS in Integrated Marketing from NYU. Lisa is currently career transitioning to become a mental health counselor, as she pursues a MEd in Clincial Mental Health Counseling.
The Healthiest Habits to Reach Your Best Self
By Dr. Jennie Luna Feature
Before diving into what food our body needs to thrive, we need to understand our food behavior. Let's face it, ladies, we don’t always eat because we are hungry. We eat because we are stressed, bored, tired, and the list goes on. Having an awareness of our food behavior is the first step to changing it. Once we take a moment to pause and reflect why we are eating the way we do, we can start thinking about changing it for better. Here are my 6 tips to eating healthy!
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