Christian Women In Media Unveils New Look in September
“Connect” Events Begin Worldwide
CONTACT: Lisa Burkhardt Worley
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 14, 2018 – Dallas, TX – Are you ready for something new? International organization, Christian Women in Media Association (CWIMA) is expanding and launching a new initiative this year, revamping the international group’s organizational structure. CWIMA will hold “Connect” events across the world on September 20, 2018, open to any woman who is active in social media, television, radio, print media, film, the internet, publishing, music, the arts or entertainment.
The CWIMA Connect sites will be located in sixteen major cities in the United States and the world. Cities and Connection Leaders include: Dallas-Tracey Mitchell; Nashville- Sue McGray; New York City- Chris Luppo; Hollywood- Marion Pyle; Minneapolis- Jean Abbott; New Orleans- Beverly Bilbo; Baton Rouge -Bethany Bilbo Rasmussen; Lake Charles- Cathy Banks; Shreveport- Susan Mead; Atlanta- Destiny Yarbrough; Savannah- Larinda King; Hot Springs- Kandi Rose; Reno- Sherry Poundstone; Eugene- Annette Trucke; Houston- Katherine Barner; and Richmond- Beverly Clayborne. CWIMA also meets in London where Shan Stephens is the leader, Tirana with Jonida Kumaraku, and Frankfort.
CWIMA Connect Events will include a light meal, and will provide a casual atmosphere for networking. Each Connect meeting will also include valuable training, as well as a spiritual message. “We have had great feedback about the change we are making,” said Vice-President of Connections, Tracey Mitchell. “We think this format is more conducive to our members’ busy lifestyles.” “We are eager to launch our new Connect Groups,” added Senior Executive Vice President Sharon Hill. “I know the relaxed atmosphere will be appealing to all who attend.”
In 2018-2019, the CWIMA Connect Events will meet on the same day throughout the world. Meeting dates are September 20, November 15, January 17 and March 21. I am thrilled about our new Connect groups, and especially excited about the international cities that we have added,” said Suellen Roberts, founder of Christian Women in Media. “We want to continue to add groups in other parts of the world, as well as in more cities across the United States.”
To sign up for a CWIMA Connect Event, or to become a member, visit CWIMA’s website at: www.cwima.org.
About Christian Women in Media Association: Christian Women in Media Association (CWIMA) is a professional association dedicated to connecting women in purpose and vision. With a national platform focused on impacting our culture through media, our members work in the fields of social media, film, TV, radio, publishing, music, the arts, and entertainment. The organization promotes and provides opportunities for industry networking, professional equipping, and spiritual inspiration. CWIMA provides national conferences, music showcases, regional events, local networks, and international outreach.