The Coshocton County Beacon January 17, 2018 - Page 7
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NEW PHILADELPHIA -
Jennifer Kiko, community
relations director at
CommQuest Services and
former fi eld representative
for Rep. Bob Gibbs, will
be the featured speaker
for the Feb. 2 Women’s
Success Series. Th e event is
held from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.
at Kent State University
at Tuscarawas. Cost to
attend is $15 when paid in
advance and $20 if paid at
the door. Th e cost includes
a continental breakfast.
Th e session also includes networking opportunities
and a book discussion. Th e February 2018 book
selection is “Option B” by Sheryl Sandberg and is
available at any Tuscarawas County Public Library.
Th e Women’s Success Series is designed to inspire
women of all ages and all walks of life to succeed
personally and professionally. Each year, the leadership
series features three dynamic women who have enjoyed
a measure of success in Tuscarawas County. Th e 2017-18
Women’s Success Series kicked off in November with
Jennifer Clark, former news director at WJER radio.
After Kiko’s February presentation, Jennifer Contini,
renowned and versatile artist, will be the featured
speaker on April 6, 2018.
Kiko overcame many obstacles on her path to success.
Early on, she struggled to make ends meet. After a
series of life detours, Kiko’s path changed dramatically
as she went from making lattes at Starbucks one day to
representing a congressman the next.
“Each year we select three outstanding women who
will make a positive impact on our audience by sharing
their own success stories,” said Wendy Zucal, director
of Dennison Railroad Depot Museum and one of the
Women’s Success Series organizers. “In doing so, they
inspire our audience to move forward in their own
lives and careers. Our audience is comprised of women
of all ages and from all walks of life, which creates an
interesting mix and leads to dynamic and thoughtful
discussions. Th e women encourage each other. And
everyone learns something new during the program.”
Registrations are limited to the fi rst 100 participants.
To register and purchase tickets, go to www.eventbrite.
Registration deadline for the Feb. 2 session is Jan.
26. For more information, contact the Dennison
Railroad Depot Museum at 740-922-6776 or e-mail
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