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Corridor Nine welcomes ‘Business Forward Females’

Karen Chapman, vice president of Corridor Nine Area of Chamber of Commerce; Denise Kapulka, Knights Airport Limousine Service; Pam Stevens, Seder & Chandler, LLP;  and Barbara Clifford, president, Corridor Nine.  Photo/submitted

Karen Chapman, vice president of Corridor Nine Area of Chamber of Commerce; Denise Kapulka, Knights Airport Limousine Service; Pam Stevens, Seder & Chandler, LLP; and Barbara Clifford, president, Corridor Nine.
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Westborough – The Corridor Nine Area Chamber of Commerce is launching a new networking group for women titled “Business Forward Females” (BFF).  Corridor Nine members Denise Kapulka, sales manager for Knight’s Airport Limousine Service, and Pam Steven, an attorney with Seder & Chandler, LLP, will co-chair this new group.

The mission of this group is to encourage, support, educate and promote business women in the Corridor Nine region.  Business Forward Females welcomes businesswomen from all professional levels and backgrounds to come together to share ideas and learn about relevant topics.

The meetings will include a guest speaker and will be held on the second Tuesdays of the month over lunch at the Marlborough Courtyard. The meetings are open to Corridor Nine members and there will be no cost to join the group, however, there is a charge to attend the luncheon meetings.  There is a nonmember fee for women interested in attending the meetings.

The first program is scheduled for May 14 with guest speaker Jennifer Roy, anchor/corporate social responsibility for Newswatch 3.

To learn more about “Business Forward Females,” contact the Corridor Nine Chamber office at 508-836-4444 or visit www.corridornine.org.

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