Showcase Winter Garden
12100 W. Colonial Drive
Winter Garden, FL 34787
This is your opportunity to meet four of West Orange County's leading women, with plenty of time for cocktails and conversation. Treat your staff in celebration of Administrative Professionals' Day and join us Wednesday, April 25 at ShowcaseWG (formerly the Bella Room) in Winter Garden for this highly anticipated, women's-only event!
Attendees will enjoy getting to know each of our featured guests in this engaging, "round-robin" style event. Our featured speakers include:
|Julie Kleffel, Executive VP & Head of Community Banking, Seacoast Bank
An Orlando area native, Kleffel joined Seacoast as EVP for Small Business Banking when her previous institution, BankFirst and its parent The BANKshares Inc., merged with Seacoast in October 2014. At BankFirst, she was EVP and Commercial Sales leader and has 20 years of overall banking experience. In January 2017, Kleffel was named the head of Seacoast's community banking division, which includes small-business banking.
|Suneera Madhani, Founder & CEO, Fattmerchant
Suneera Madhani is the Founder and CEO of Fattmerchant, a payment technology company empowering small businesses to take back control of their payments. She’s a mom, entrepreneur, thought leader, and executive, raising over $10 million in funding for her business, receiving numerous accolades, and contributing content to such publications as Forbes and Fast Company.
|Stacey Papp, Creative Designer & Founder, Bay Hill Jewelers
With more than 20 years of experience in the jewelry business, Stacey Papp is a diamond expert. She started working in the jewelry industry at the age of 17. Using her expertise, Stacey opened Bay Hill Jewelers on Sand Lake Road in 2004. Stacey's insistence on the highest quality, her creative vision and artistry, and her client-first focus are the forces behind the impressive growth of this family-owned local business.
|Tiffany Moore Russell, Orange County Clerk of Courts
Tiffany Moore Russell is a native of Orlando. Elected to the Orange County Commission to represent District 6 in November of 2006, Clerk Russell made history by becoming the youngest County Commissioner ever elected to serve on the Orange County Commission. Clerk Russell again made history in 2014 as the first African American female Clerk elected in Florida and the first African American Clerk in Orange County.
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