Women In Business - Here's What We Missed in March!

Hello Everyone!  Remember Women In Business?  Monthly Luncheons, Networking and Great Speakers?
The WIB committee has been hard at work behind the scenes during these unprecedented times and they didn't want you to miss a thing.  Josh Welhener was scheduled to share an exciting development happening at the Greene County Board of Developmental Disabilities but of course we had to cancel the March WIB luncheon.  Josh agreed to voice over his presentation so you could learn about this new program and we have it linked to the graphic below. 
We hope you enjoy learning about "All Hands In" which is designed to help individuals with disabilities develop social capital so they can have greater access to relationships and community resources. This presentation will explain how collaborating with the All Hands In Network is mutually beneficial and how businesses and individuals can get involved.

All Hands In Coronavirus Edition Graphic

Josh Welhener has been working with individuals with disabilities for over 15 years. He started working with transition age youth (14-22) in in-school work programs before transferring to the Greene County Board of Developmental Disabilities. He currently serves as a Transition Coordinator where he works closely with Greene County high schools and the business community. Josh has earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Urban Affairs from Wright State University and a Master’s degree in Secondary Special Education and Transition Services from George Washington University. Josh lives in Vandalia with his wife Rachel, and three children, Eve, Miriam, and Philip.
Stay tuned for more WIB information. 
Exciting things are coming as we all look forward to gathering again in the future.

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