About The Speaker
One of the many challenges with small businesses today is defining how to have their time valued correctly while remaining competitive in the marketplace. Mamak is the owner of Charepoo Coaching and Consulting and she will be speaking regarding these challenges.
Mamak is an award winning speaker. She has spoken for The Bedford Chamber of Commerce, National Association for Women, Believe Inspire Grow, Boston Public Libraries, Out on the Limb Radio, and Boston Rotary Club.
Mamak has been featured on Powerful Women Revealed radio and PACTV, popular Harvard Business blogger, Whitney Johnson’s Dare to Dream Blog and am the author of an upcoming collaborative coaching book being published by Nutmeg Press.
Mamak has a Master of Fine Arts from Arizona State University, Master of Music from Carnegie Mellon University, is a Nurtured Heart Approach® Advanced Trainer, and Sacred Money Archetype® Certified Coach. She is a member of IAWC, Children’s Success Foundation, South Shore Chamber of Commerce, Pod Leader of Believe Inspire Grow (B.I.G.), and Board Member of NAPW Boston Chapter
Mamak grew up in Pennsylvania to parents who taught her to have an open heart, open mind and open home. She currently lives in Quincy with her husband and three children. For more information please visit http://charepoocoaching.com/
The Marblehead Business Referral Network is a professional organization of men and women dedicated to helping small and entrepreneurial business with ties to Marblehead, MA. Not only do they offer quality referrals to fellow members, the group conducts a speaking series with timely topics for small business owners in order to compete better in today’s ever changing business environment. Each member is regularly allowed to lead a business brainstorming session which is a safe environment for folks to table a current business problem that they need advice on how to tackle. Each member is allowed an opportunity for an individual business spotlight to go in depth to describe their current business opportunities. MBRN requires a reasonable commitment as they meet twice a month on Thursday mornings at Palmers Restaurant which is located at 123 Pleasant Street in Marblehead. New members are welcome.