WSCC Chamber Event Calendar
This month’s Ambassador’s meeting is going to be a little different. We are going to try out having our monthly meetings before the WSCC Chamber Happy Hour! Join us at Rizzo’s Bar & Grill or on Zoom for a quick 15-minute meeting, then stay for the WSCC Happy Hour!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you can or cannot make it, along with if you are attending in person or on Zoom. Ambassadors can also check out the Ambassadors Facebook Group Page to make their attendance. The Zoom link is already attached to the event in the Ambassadors Facebook Group.
Address: 1155 Wentzville Pkwy STE 145, Wentzville, MO 63385
Phone: (636) 332-6757
Address: 504 W Pearce Blvd, Wentzville, MO 63385
Phone: (636) 639-0835
– *OPTIONAL* Lunch @ Not Jaded 11 AM
– Ambassador Bootcamp from 12 – 1 PM
– *ATTENDS REQUIRED* Pictures 1 – 2 PM
Address: 1126 W Pearce Blvd Ste 112, Wentzville, MO 63385
Phone: (636) 327-5574
Address: 207 S. Linn Ave, Wentzville, MO 60085
Phone: (636) 327-6914
More about this month’s speaker: Rhonda Gray is a Business Performance Advisor with Insperity. Prior to joining Insperity, she was an Executive Search Consultant with Collaborative Strategies, Inc. Rhonda is the former Executive Director of Almost Home, a local nonprofit which provides transitional housing for homeless teenage mothers and their children. She’s also worked as a Community Investment Manager at the United Way of Greater St. Louis and has served as a consultant with an organization that partnered with the St. Louis Public Schools to improve the quality of education for students in St. Louis city.
Rhonda has been recognized for her extensive experience in nonprofit leadership, communications and marketing, and strategic planning. She frequently serves as a keynote speaker, workshop facilitator, and trainer for corporate, academic, and nonprofit organizations. Rhonda’s insights about individual, social, and organizational change have grown out of her years of working with organizations dedicated to education reform, literacy, and community and workforce development. She is passionate about supporting work that elevates and uplifts African American girls and women. She has served as a mentor and volunteers on several communities and educational advisory boards.