Speaker Date Topic
Community Builder - Barbara Guterman Entrepreneu Sep 18, 2019 7:15 AM
Elevate your business to new growth and development
Elevate your business to new growth and development

Forbes magazine honors her as a “Woman with a Mission”

Barbara Guterman is a seasoned executive and impassioned entrepreneur who spearheads growth and development with organizations and individuals. Her unique action-oriented strategies and “GO tools” will help you elevate your business and execute on your personal events, projects, and dreams.

Our club meets for breakfast on 1st, and 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Founding Farmers 12505 Park Potomac Ave, Potomac, MD  20854
Nourish Now Oct 02, 2019 7:15 AM
Montgomery County Leader in Prepared food recovery
Montgomery County Leader in Prepared food recovery


To solve 2 major social issues simultaneously:


food waste & hunger

Nourish Now is a 501c3 nonprofit food bank, specializing in food recovery and providing donations from grocers, caterers, restaurants, bakeries, and other food donors for the benefit of children, families, and the elderly, as well as shelters, food pantries, and other organizations working to end hunger. Through our programs, viable food partners are identified, and donations of food are recovered and redistributed through our network. Nourish Now operates under the following key philosophies.
Dr. Amita Vyas, PhD, MHS Oct 16, 2019 7:15 AM
BRAVE Girl Rising
BRAVE Girl Rising

Girl Rising uses the power of storytelling to change the way the world values girls and their education. A group of current MPH students and DrPH graduates, led by Associate Professor Amita Vyas, traveled to India earlier this year as part of the Girl Rising initiative, a grassroots campaign for empowering girls worldwide.  Dr. Vyas will share with us her experince.  

Amita N. Vyas is an Associate Professor and Director of the Maternal and Child Health Program in the Department of Prevention and Community Health, at The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services. 

At the age of 20, Professor Vyas journeyed to Calcutta to work alongside Mother Teresa in the Missionaries of Charity. In one eye-opening summer, she saw what the social determinants of health and well-being really mean to vulnerable populations, and from that extraordinary experience decided to pursue a career in public health. Today, her work focuses on reproductive health care, adolescent health, and the health and development of immigrant children and adolescents. She is also an expert in multi-level research methods and evaluation.

Dr. Vyas continues to hold an adjunct position in the Department of Population and Family Health Sciences at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health. She was previously on the research faculty of that institution's Center for Adolescent Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, where she earned its Kann-Trowbridge Award for outstanding research in the area of population and family health. Dr. Vyas's commitment to teaching was recognized recently as she received the Morton A. Bender Teaching Award from the George Washington University.