The new Network of Essex Support Staff (NESS) will hold a free launch event on Tuesday, 10 May at Fennes Estate in Bocking. All Essex-based PAs are welcome to join the network for an evening of drinks and canapés followed by a presentation by Victoria Darragh, CEO of the EPAA.
Come and meet founders Karen Glenn and Julia Robertson-Avenell, who are both award-winning PAs with extensive experience. Karen and Jules will be talking about the goal of NESS and how the network will help PAs, EAs, Office Managers, Admin Assistants and any other person in an office support role to connect, share and develop.
Then Victoria Darragh will take centre stage to talk about her impressive experience as an EA. Victoria is incredibly passionate about the role of the assistant and travels the world to encourage it as a career choice. She is now the CEO of the recently launched Executive & Personal Assistants Association (EPAA).
There will also be a presentation by the event’s charity partner The Hamlin Trust, which is a leading Essex-based charity that supports children and adults with disabilities and their families. Guests of the event are invited to take part in a raffle on the night to win great prizes, with all proceeds donated to The Hamlin Trust.
To find out more about the event, or to register for free, visit bit.ly/1Wf8Kzz.
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