Who Are the Movers and Shakers at Women’s National Book Association San Francisco Chapter?

Who Are the Movers and Shakers at Women’s National Book Association San Francisco Chapter?


June 26, 2011 planning retreat

Back row: Linda Lee (co-President), Verna Dreisbach (co-VP), Leigh Anne Lindsey, Kate Farrell, Margie Yee Webb, Pat Windom, Laura Novak (co-VP), Birgit Soyka (SF bookstore readings Liaison)

Front row: Mary E. Knippel (past President), Barbara Santos, Ana Manwaring, Apala Egan, Linda Joy Myers (co-President), Teresa LeYung-Ryan (Secretary)

In four hours, each of the fourteen powerful women declared what is most important in her career and community.
Here’s a partial list of events sponsored by WNBA-SF Chapter or supported by chapter members:

In addition to mixers/meet-ups at libraries & bookstores and book festivals . . .

January – WNBA New Year Creativity Workshop with Mary E. Knippel

February – San Francisco Writers Conference

March – WNBA’s “Meet the Agents”

April – Redwood Writers Conference

Effie Lee Morris Lecture – WNBA joins Friends of the San Francisco Public Library

October is National Reading Group Month – WNBA National event, every chapter participates

Sunday November 6, 2011 (tentative date)– WNBA publishing panel

https://wnba-sfchapter.org/

Sincerely,

Teresa LeYung-Ryan

WNBA-SF Chapter Secretary

Writing Career Coach – Author – Manuscript Consultant

http://writingcoachteresa.com

Comments

  1. Teresa, you put the entire meeting into a nutshell! Thanks for everything you did to showcase all of us with your camera and bright presence! You are the very best support for women and the book.

  2. Teresa, you are our rock star girl! Thanks for getting this information up and out there so fast. It is people like you who make being a part of our wonderful chapter a true joy.

  3. NIce job, as usual, Teresa. What would San Franicso Chapter do without you? Glad the planning meeting went so well. Talked to Linda – she said it was terrific, and it looks like our best events are on the slate for the coming year.

  4. Wow! Now this is what I call efficiency. Thanks Theresa, you rock! I feel like I’ve landed in just the right place–WNBA.

  5. Sounds like a great success. Sorry I couldn’t make it.

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