Join us for June Virtual Meeting with our speaker, Sharon Weaver with her presentation titled "San Joaquin River Parkway - Empowering Women for long-term Success". 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 - Patty Grissom with
Guild Mortgage. $25.00 Antonios Mexican Restaurant Gift Card
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 Monday, June 21st
Have questions? Please contact us at email@example.com
The San Joaquin River Parkway & Conservation Trust was founded in 1988 and has been led by great teams of men and women. The work of creating the Parkway includes a unique mix of personal philanthropy, political know-how, construction of public works, and programs for all ages. The Parkway provides important benefits for women in the community with programs for children and opportunities to spend time outdoors with family and friends. Perhaps most importantly, it has provided job opportunities for women that enjoy getting their hands dirty by planting trees, driving tractors, managing projects, or teaching children about "creepy crawlies".
Bio of Speaker:
Sharon was selected in March 2015 as the Trust's third Executive Director. Sharon has a degree in political science from the University of California at Davis. She joined the Trust in 1999 and became Deputy Director of the Trust in 2008. During her tenure with the Trust, Sharon has implemented a variety of major projects including the extension of the Lewis S. Eaton Trail to the River Center, habitat enhancement at Jensen River Ranch, several invasive weed removal projects, and operations of Sycamore Island and the Coke Hallowell Center for River Studies. When she’s not working, Sharon can usually be found outdoors with her horses and dogs.