Women in Business Luncheon featuring Bonnie Coley-Malir, Co-Founder of City BarbequeName: Women in Business Luncheon featuring Bonnie Coley-Malir, Co-Founder of City BarbequeDate: January 16, 2019Time: 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM ESTRegistration: Register NowEvent Description:
Online registration is closed. If you would like to attend this event, please bring cash or a check to the door.
You are invited to this Women in Business Luncheon for an opportunity to connect with local business leaders, exchange innovative ideas and enjoy a delicious lunch. In addition, special presenters and participants will encourage empowerment, both personally and professionally, to help you find fulfillment and success in life.
This diverse group of savvy female business leaders includes professionals from all industries and fields, and those who want to realize their strengths and excel in their careers.
About the Speaker: Bonnie Coley-Malir, Co-Founder of City Barbeque
Bonnie graduated from the University of Tennessee in 1988 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture and a major in Animal Science.
After graduation, Bonnie joined the American Hereford Association as the Department Head of Junior Activities in Kansas City, MO. Later in her career, Bonnie gained experience in sales with Cargill Nutrena Feeds in Western Kansas. which springboarded her sales and marketing career when she moved into the pharmaceutical/biotech industry in the 1990s. Bonnie worked for SmithKline Beecham in Illinois, and in Ohio she landed positions with Amgen and UCB where she marketed Biotech injectables.
Bonnie had a successful career in biotechnology, but in 2013 she left the corporate world to more fully partner with her husband Rick in the business they started together in 1999. City Barbeque is a restaurant/catering company with 40 locations in Ohio, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and North Carolina.
Bonnie has focused her philanthropic efforts with involvement in various organizations. She is passionate about promoting leadership development in young people especially in ag-related organizations such as the National Junior Hereford Association, the National FFA organization and the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association. She is past-president of the Dublin AM Rotary Club and has served on that organization’s board for ten years.
Additionally, she has served on the Dublin Methodist Hospital Development Board for ten years and currently chairs the steering committee for the new Womens’ Health Center opening summer, 2019. Because of her passion for the non-profit “Ruling our eXperiences” (ROX), she hosted the group’s annual fundraiser “Girls Without Limits” at her home in 2017 and 2018.
Bonnie and Rick reside in Powell, OH with their Labrador retrievers, Fonzie, Dixie Belle and Reagan.
The cost to attend this event is only $22 per person for Chamber members and $49 per person for non-members, which includes lunch. Please include diet concerns when reserving your spot.
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