NGU to Host Second Christian Professional Women’s Network Roundtable
Tigerville, SC (November 7, 2019) North Greenville University (NGU) will host its second seminar in its Christian Professional Women’s Network: Take off the Cape Series for 2019-2020. The Christian Professional Women's Network is a roundtable event for Christian women working in the business and professional world to grow professionally and spiritually; glorifying our Lord, Christ Jesus, through and in their professional lives.
This event will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 19 from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. on NGU’s Greer Campus at 405 Lancaster Avenue in Greer. Julie Brown, president and owner of Godshall Professional Recruiting and Staffing, will introduce the topic “Play Well With Others;” how much more should Christian women seek to lift rather than tear down other women professionally.
Godshall Professional Recruiting & Staffing specializes in executive recruiting, career placement, and consulting for companies and independent job seekers in South Carolina. With more than 40 years of industry knowledge and experience, Brown has been with her family business full-time since 1995 and remained as president and owner when her parents retired in 2004.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Clemson University and a Master of Personnel and Employee Relations from the University of South Carolina. Before joining her family’s business in 1995, she was a technical recruiter and HR Generalist with NCR (AT&T) in Columbia and Liberty. In addition to leading her firm and several industry-related organizations, she is a very active community volunteer who has made an impact on the future of the Upstate.
The cost for the Julie Brown session is $15 and includes lunch. Registration is available online for the event.
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