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WOMEN’S CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IS NOT YOUR MOTHER’S CHAMBER New: Season, Board, Events, Logo, and the First Ever Male Board Member West Palm Beach, FL, August 23, 2018 – The Women’s Chamber of Commerce began their new year fiscal year with a statement, “This isn’t your...
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New Member Spotlight
Victoria LeBlanc works in wealth management. Her passion is financial literacy and education. She believes that we all feel more confident about making sound financial decisions once we have a foundation of financial knowledge.
She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of South Alabama and is also pursuing an MBA from FAU. She values and encourages intellectual curiosity, whether seeking it through a formal degree, certification, or informally from the various treasures on the internet, books, etc.
New Orleans is her hometown and favorite place because it emanates a liveliness, spirit, and culture that inspires her. She believes an individual’s passion, competitive drive, and culture contributes directly to their decision-making process and strives always to learn what is vital to anyone she interacts with: It ties directly into the work culture and life we build for ourselves.
In addition to joining the Women’s Chamber of Commerce, she will be actively involved in the NextGen committee focusing on inspiring young professionals to engage and contribute thought leadership to the community.Victoria LeBlanc
Hello! I retired in 2015 as a Captain in Broward as a Firefighter/Paramedic for 24 years, a very rewarding career!
My career as a Professional Photographer began in 2009. My kids played sports and I was the mom on the sideline taking photos. I created composites that the parents loved and my business grew from there.
I shoot many genres now, after photographing for 10 years +, including Boudoir (my favorite), Beauty, Headshots, Business Photos (AKA Lifestyle), Real Estate, Corporate Events, Families, Generations, Santa Experience (my 2nd favorite), and more.
I love the expression on peoples’ faces when they see how beautiful they look in their photos. One quote I received from a recent Headshot client: “I usually don’t think the camera likes me. However, your photos of me may have me believing that the camera and I are finally friends”.
I love my job!
Thank You for Renewing
Following the devastating hurricane of 1928, community leaders recognized the need for a unified effort to respond to human needs. Therefore, in 1929, several federated organizations were formed in Palm Beach County.
Since that time, the original organizations have undergone many changes in title and structure. At one time, four separate United Way organizations existed in Palm Beach County. In 1987, United Way of Delray Beach and United Way of Greater Boca Raton joined to form United Way of South Palm Beach County. This was followed by the staff consolidation of United Way of Palm Beach County and United Way of South Palm Beach County in 1990. The merger of these organizations was completed in July 1992, forming what is now known as United Way of Palm Beach County, Inc.
Today, United Way of Palm Beach County, Inc. serves all of Palm Beach County except for the island of Palm Beach, which is served by Town of Palm Beach United Way.Lindsey White
The Zoological Society of the Palm Beaches, Inc. (Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society) exists to inspire people to act on behalf of wildlife and the natural world.
We advance our conservation mission through endangered species propagation, education and support of conservation initiatives in the field.
Our commitment to sustainable business practices elevates our capacity to inspire others.Laurie Zelnia