Thursday, October 16, 2014, First
Presbyterian Church of New Canaan, 178 Oenoke Ridge Road, New Canaan, CT, 7:00 -
9:00 p.m., New Canaan CaTS: "What to Consider if You are Thinking About Becoming
McShane is the Managing Director of Ladies Who Launch, Connecticut. This CaTS
workshop of “What to Consider if You are Thinking About Becoming an
Entrepreneur” is subject matter that will work for both men and women.
Known for creativity and ingenuity, Kathy helps bring out your best
ideas to realize a dream or an aspiration to start your own business and be
successful. There is a definitive link between launching a business and
self-esteem and happiness. Make haste to this workshop to explore any
consideration you may have entertained to try something entrepreneurial. Take
advantage of Kathy’s skills as a teacher and motivational speaker.
Kathy encourages people to live their dreams. Join this CaTS
workshop to better examine if being an entrepreneur may be an avenue for you…..
or perhaps for someone you know, that you would like to help.
MORE ABOUT KATHY
McShane has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Boston University. She
has attended Columbia University Executive Management Program, has a
Certification in Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and a
Coaching Certificate from NYU. She is an adjunct professor at New York
University where she teaches Competitive Intelligence. She created a column
called Launch Pad and is a co-host of the Debbie Nigro Radio Show where she
addresses challenges that female entrepreneurs face.
She created the non-profit “Exceptional Woman’s Series” a program
to recognize exceptional women. She utilizes this platform as a way to motivate,
mentor and network women who are starting a new business or transitioning to a
She is also a motivational speaker for women’s organizations and
conducts workshops at local high schools and other venues that address young
women and their need to be empowered.
Ms. McShane resides in New Canaan, CT with her husband.
CaTS workshops are held on
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First Presbyterian (second meeting of the month).
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