Inspiring Women of Oswego
Welcome to the Inspiring Women of Oswego website.
Our Mission is to offer professional events hosted by the women of the Oswego Chamber of Commerce
MISSION STATEMENT: “The Inspiring Women of Oswego committee are a group of Oswego Chamber Professional Women who organize events to allow, ALL chamber members and the community the opportunity to network, learn and be inspired by one another.”
Inspiring Women of Oswego is a committee of the Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce who’s focus is to provide education, networking and philanthropic opportunities through events hosted by the women of the Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce. These events are open to men and women of the Oswego Area Chamber and throughout the community.
Events are typically held on a Wednesdays throughout the year with a range of evening networking events, luncheons and/or breakfast seminars.
Events will be held at a different locations every month. The breakfast/lunch format is a typically time for networking opportunities with guest speakers or panels who cover topics on professional and personal growth.
Inspiring Women of Oswego is a benefit of membership of the Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce. Registration is required per event; non-members are always welcome for a slightly higher event fee. For more information on Inspiring Women of Oswego, please contact the Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce
Our 2020 Charity of the year: The Fusion Project.
IWO Committee Members
Chamber Liaison: Angie Hibben & Shayna Buckley Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce
Members: Lynn Flores – First Midwest Bank, Cheryl Keilson – Mary Kay; Sue Bill – First National Bank; Anita Patel – Holiday Inn Express- Oswego; Kristine Larsen – Attorney at Law; Wendy Martorano – Lodestar Collaborative; Melissa Yackleyand Traci Kearns – Kearns Team.
$250 – EVENT SPONSOR – 1 PER EVENT INCLUDES NAME ON PROMOTIONAL MATERIAL, 1 LUNCHES,3 MINUTE COMMERCIAL, THE ABILITY TO DISTRIBUTE MARKETING MATERIALS AND DISPLAY YOUR BANNER AND A FREE EBLAST 2020 Sponsors include Brook Henschen Real Estate Group, Collision Connection Auto Body, Kit’s Towing, and Old Second Bank.