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Lunch & Learn: Empowerment and Mentoring in the Workplace
April 27 @ 11:45 am - 1:00 pm$10 – $15
$10 for WiBN & Accredited Businesses and Charities, $15 all others
11:45 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Join Pamela Cone, Director of Aviara Accelerators- Dayton and Entrepreneur Robin Gentry McGee as they share their strategies for empowering other women, including your employees, through mentoring.
Pamela Cone, Director for Aviatra Accelerators – Dayton, passion for supporting women matches the organizations’ commitment to assisting women founders establish successful sustainable businesses. She sincerely believes she is doing exactly what she is supposed to do at this moment in her life.
Pamela’s academic background is in Interior Design (AA – Sinclair Community College), Communication Studies with a concentration in Health Communication and a minor in African – American Studie received from Wright State University — Summa Cumm Laude from 2015.
Professionally she has experience in clinical administration, interior design, sales, marketing and business development. She is extremely proud of the work she did for Robin Gentry McGee at Functional Formularies as the sole full-time marketing personnel (2016 – 2019).
As a result of Aviatra’s programs, Pamela had the foundation she needed to realize her dream of owning her own business. She is the Founder and CEO of Curated Spaces, LLC. Her company is a fusion of her passion, talents and skills. Her company’s flagship products Curated Christian Journals – Curated Spiritual Content and Curated Spiritual Growth are set to be released March 2021. She also produces and host a weekly podcast Curated Conversations with Pamela.
Pamela is also the Assistant Pastor, alongside her husband Steven (who also is a retired veteran), of Dominion, CLGI and has been in ministry for over 25 years. She has a passion for supporting women, especially women in ministry. Her desire is to support women in every space she serves encouraging them to seek educational opportunities and gain access in resources. Both, she believes are the great levelers. She serves on the board for the Dayton Human Relations Council.
Pamela’s heartbeats are her children and grandchildren: LaJoya (Mark – their daughter Grace), Stephen, and Brittney – her son Aiden. She absolutely loves being a Mimi!