Please join us and other women looking to be inspired!
“More than just another networking group”.
FRWRC WIN is open to all the women in our community. It was founded on the concept of women lifting each other up, through meaningful connections, opportunities to learn from one another and shared interests. We hope you will join us.
Bring your lunch and business cards to share and a door prize if you like.
Women In Networking
SEP 25 - 11:30 AM
213 E Main Street
Guest: Samantha Barber
Topic: Voice for the Voiceless
Samantha will tell you she is always first and foremost wife and mom to her two amazing children and puppy. But along with that, she also is very passionate about serving her community and advocating for young girls and women. After a family decision to leave the busyness of Alexandria, Samantha and her family now live in the nestled valley of the Shenandoah. She also ended her career in education where she worked in the College and Career Center at T.C. Williams High School. Settled into her new home, she is focused on family and the reopening of her nonprofit organization Reaching Out Now, Inc.; a dream and passion for empowering and leading young girls and young women to become their best selves is once again a reality. As an organization, Samantha along with her board and committee members hopes to support and guide these young girls and women to believe that success is within reach, they can and will become a positive influence in society and in their communities. Samantha believes that all can reach their full potential; no matter the circumstance, it is possible to live a life of success and not defeat.
Voice for the Voiceless
As we draw close to October, which is recognized as domestic violence awareness month, it is very fitting to focus on the silent epidemic of domestic violence that is plaguing our county and honestly the world. It’s time for these women’s voices to be heard. It’s time to speak the loudest to bring hope and change to the silence that abused victims who are suffering.
3.3 Million: its estimated number of children in the US each year witness domestic violence against their mother or female caretaker.
4,774,000 women in the U.S. experience physical violence by an intimate partner every year.
40-60%- of men abuse women who also abuse children
According to Partnership Against Domestic Violence every 9 seconds, another woman is beaten in the United States.
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SEP 21 - 11 AM - @ PaveMint Smokin’ Taphouse - MEET & GREET - REACHING OUT NOW WITH SAMANTHA BARBER - CLICK FOR FLYER
Thank You What Matters W2, Beth Medved Waller for being a FRWRC Gold Business Partner & for sponsoring this event: Beth supplies this great meeting space ❤️
In late March 2016, we opened a new space on Main Street in the Middle of Main building. It is called Team Waller’s Open House: Meet in the Middle” and will serve as a resource to our community. We will offer a wealth of real estate and community information, as well as cutting edge technology to learn more about listings, the buying process, and our local community attractions and resources. This space is for the entire community. We will open our doors to community groups to educate the public about the causes that are close to their hearts and also offer our space as a meeting venue to anyone in need of a local location. Helping our community grow and serve as a resource to our neighbors is "What Matters” to us.
About The Front Royal Women’s Resource Center- a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1996 to provide a support network for women in Warren County. Through monthly networking meetings, yearly grant presentations, special events, email connections and program activities, we have forged a link between women in our community. https://frwrc.org/