Join us for February Virtual Meeting with our speaker Catherine Fitzgerald with her presentation titled “Doing Business in 2021: Paying Attention to the Metrics that Count!” Guests and non-members welcome!
We will email the Zoom link with the meeting agenda for this event the day before and the day of, so keep an eye out for the event Zoom link email. Please do not share the Zoom link with anyone that did not register, since this is a "registered only" FCWCC monthly meeting event.
Provided by our FCWCC Member - Michele Peterson
$25.00 MaryKay Gift Card, redeemable for all MaryKay products placed directly with Michele Peterson
11:30am - 12:00pm Our Treasurer will virtually check-in all members/guests and “admit” you to the Zoom meeting. Make sure to “open” the participant window and chat window. We will have introduction time with all members/guests. Our President will call on each and every member/guest to unmute your mic, introduce yourself by telling everyone your first and last name, what company you are with and what service your company provides.
11:45am - 1:00pm: Program with Guest Speaker
Please register online by Sunday, February 21st
Have questions? Please contact us at email@example.com.
Learn about how financial literacy can change not only the daily decisions you make in your business but how it can also help your team to bring their “A-Game” every day. Understanding how to WIN at business changes lives, not just the owner’s life but the lives of the whole team. When the mystery of the numbers is unlocked it creates a foundation of security that is an anchor in the storm. Join us for a look at the metrics that provide clarity and define winning in business.
Bio of Speaker:
Catherine Fitzgerald, certified Business Coach. Catherine Fitzgerald is a native of Fresno, a graduate of UCLA and the owner of Catapult Leadership Group. She became a certified coach through The Great Game of Business after being a practitioner with GGOB All-Star, Fresno First Bank for 7 years. As Vice President of Merchant Services (electronic payments), she was a team leader and champion for financial literacy training within the organization.
During her tenure with the bank, Catherine and her team increased the annual net profit in her department by 1100% within the first six years and she also earned the designation of Certified Payments Professional(CPP) from the National Electronic Transactions Association (ETA), one of 1200 in the US in 2015. Catherine has over 30 years’ experience working with people in both the for-profit and non-profit arenas. She has had many roles from Regional Sales Manager to CEO and Executive Director.
Her extensive experience in marketing, sales, fundraising, budgeting, grant acquisition, and strategic planning help her to provide full-service coaching to executives seeking to develop total employee investment, sustainable financial results and a nimble, proactive culture. Catherine is an active supporter of live local theater, a board member for a local non-profit and an avid cook but the role she is most proud of is being the mom of 3 amazing young men.