“Behind every successful woman there is an empowering story!”
This is so true. The Women Entrepreneurs’ Network (WEN) business Tea & Talk series is a NJSBDC at Rutgers-Newark program started in 2005 and designed for women entrepreneurs to give them a sacred place and space to hear empowering stories of how other women have succeeded in business and career. Attending these intimate business breakfast meetings, gives women entrepreneurs an opportunity to meet role models in business and make contact with professional career women who are power brokers in their private or public professional sectors, as well as network with other women of like minds with the same aspirations for success through entrepreneurship while making contacts that matter.
Brenda B. Hopper
CannaBoy TreeHouse, LLC
A retired administrator with strong management and administrative skills. Twenty-nine years as State Director/CEO of a 501 (C) (3) Non-profit Organization at Rutgers Business School. Management of a state-wide network of 12 regional centers and 20 affiliate offices that provided management and technical assistance to New Jersey small business owners. A commitment to provide high quality services to New Jersey small businesses with proven results in the following areas: financing, marketing, technology, international trade and government procurement.
Currently an entrepreneur who owns two retail establishments since retiring from America’a Small Business Devlopment Centers, New Jersey at Rutgers Business School after 29 years of service. Advisory Board Member of University Ventures (MESBIC) and Rutgers University School of Public Affairs and Administration.