Hello! A quick update regarding Team Women. We typically meet every other Wednesday morning at The Daisy Cafe & Cupcakery on Atwood Avenue in Madison, Wisconsin. We’re sad to not be eating and socializing together during these times! However, we are still meeting virtually because of the Caronavirus pandemic. If you’d like to join in on one of our bi-weekly Zoom calls and don’t overlap with any of our current member professions, feel free to reach out!
To see what members are doing in these times and for other Team Women updates, please follow us on our Facebook page.
We’ll update the website once we are able to meet again. Stay healthy!
This dynamic duo is amazing! Heidi Uhrig, Glass Slipper Homes, LLC, and Joan Martinelli Sergenian, Joan Sergenian-Fairway Mortgage Sun Prairie, often work together with clients. They can trust one another to provide the best advice and service to their clients. Their responsiveness to addressing needs is one of the reasons they keep doing business together! A hot tip – it’s smart to have conversations with Heidi and Joan well in advance of purchasing to prepare for home buying. They both offer excellent advice to soon-to-be-buyers!
LaRae Riggs, moving consultant for Capital City Transfer, Inc., goes above and beyond a typical move assessment and gets to know her clients. If she notices a pet in the home, then she’ll give special specific advice for how to make the move less stressful for the pet. Moving is not only stressful for people but for pets too! Every part of the move is important to LaRae and she pays attention to all the details to make it go as smoothly as possibly for everyone, including your beloved pets! If you or someone you know is planning a move, give LaRae a call!
We’re excited to have a new look! Welcome to our blog where we’ll post member updates and events that Team Women is involved with in the community.
Things to note from this week’s meeting:
Ali Maresh of Tech Break gave an insightful and thought provoking presentation about technology and productivity. “In an age of information overload, we can’t seem to look away from our screens. Whether we’re checking our phones, scrolling through a news feed, or refreshing our e-mail, we are constantly connected. This can come at a cost, especially for today’s working professional. Being “on” typically means being interrupted, which can impact our productivity, stress levels, and overall well-being.”