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Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce Launches The Women’s Series

Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce Launches The Women’s Series

The Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce announces the launch of the Women’s Series presented by Ascension Sacred Heart Bay. The Women’s Series is set to kick off on April 30, 2024, at Gulf Coast State College with continued sessions scheduled throughout the year. Each session of The Women’s Series will feature distinguished leaders and industry experts who will share their insights, expertise, and strategies for success.

The four-part educational series is open exclusively to women of all professions and levels of experience. Whether you are a seasoned executive, an aspiring entrepreneur, or a young professional starting your career, this series offers something for everyone. It’s structured to address real-life topics and challenges faced by women in business. The events aim to create a supportive environment where participants can engage in meaningful conversations and forge new connections in the community.

Part one of the series features Jennifer Conoley, President and CEO of Florida’s Great Northwest. Conoley was recently appointed by the Florida Secretary of Commerce to the inaugural SelectFlorida board, where she was asked to serve as Vice Chair. She is also a board member of the Florida Economic Development Council and The Collegiate School at Florida State University Panama City. In 2023, she was recognized by Florida Trend as one of Florida’s 500 Most Influential Business Leaders and has been twice recognized as one of North America’s Top 50 Economic Developers by Consultant Connect. Among the esteemed speaker lineup are Carol Dover, President & CEO, Florida Restaurant & Lodging, and Rhea Goff, VP & Chief Administrative Officer, The St. Joe Company.

“Join us as we embark on this journey of empowerment, inspiration and collaboration,” says Robyn Evans, 2024 Chairwoman of PCB Chamber of Commerce. “Together, we can elevate women in business and create a brighter future for all.”

To learn more about the series and register for the events, visit