New Westchester Women Networking Launched

Linda Rey of Rey Insurance, PWW President Jamie Imperati, Rose Colonna of Tasteful Treats & Treasures Gift Baskets & Lisa Kaslyn of Kashen Communications

Last March, Jamie Imperati launched the Professional Women of Putnam (PWP), following it in October with the Professional Women of Connecticut (PWC). Now Imperati has brought this successful model to Westchester as the third chapter in her business networking adventure.

“The past seven months have been a blur,” she admits. “After I launched PWP and I saw the onslaught of enthusiasm and the consistently large turnout at our monthly meetings, a light bulb went off. I was following my dream and my passion, which resulted in the creation of a new standard for networking, as well as a unique platform for professional women to support and learn from one another. I couldn’t stop with Putnam—professional women of Westchester and Connecticut need this kind of experience, too.” The Professional Women of Westchester (PWW) group encourages women from a variety of professions and trades to connect and support each other in a non-competitive environment. The PWW doesn’t exclude anyone from any business, Imperati notes. “We believe there are enough growth opportunities out there for everyone,” she says.

The next PWW meeting, a holiday party, is December 6 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Gervasi’s, 324 Central Avenue in White Plains, New York. The $10 cost, which must be pre-paid, includes appetizers; there will also be a cash bar. Register online at The group will be accepting donations for Hope’s Door at this event.

To become a PWW member, visit Membership dues are $69 per year.

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