Our Vision Statement

ABWA Oceanside Charter Chapter is dedicated to enhancing the personal and professional lives of local women. Building strong personal relationships between Chapter members provides a safe, supportive environment for members to grow and develop. The focus on leadership, continuing education and community involvement positions our Chapter as the premier women’s business organization in Brevard County.

ABWA Mission Statement

The mission of the American Business Women's Association is to bring together businesswomen of diverse occupations and to provide opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support and national recognition.

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Meeting Information

Fourth Tuesday of Every Month
6:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Registration is $30.00 for ABWA Members and $35.00 for Guests
Eau Gallie Yacht Club
100 Datura Drive
Indian Harbour Beach, FL

Please take a look at our Membership Recruitment Brochure and discover all the benefits of a membership in our organization!

Contact Information

ABWA Oceanside Charter Chapter
P.O. Box 360151
Melbourne, FL 32936
Anita Carbone
Membership Chair
acarbone@cfl.rr.com

Welcome to The ABWA Oceanside Charter Chapter

Katey Leban

Economics in Action: How the Business Community Can Help Save the Indian River Lagoon

Lagoon Restoration Specialist, Katey Leban, will present a general overview of the Indian River Lagoon ecosystem, its estimated economic value to Brevard County, and the potential economic and environmental ramifications to our community if action isn't taken to restore the estuary. In addition, Katey will also update on the current restoration projects underway at the Brevard Zoo's Restore Our Shores program, how their team is working as part of the Save Our Indian River Lagoon Project Plan (SOIRLPP), and how community members can get involved through various volunteer opportunities.

Katelyn (Katey) Leban, received a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine Biology and a Master of Science degree in Conservation Technology from Florida Institute of Technology.  Following graduate school, she worked for a variety of biological institutions, including Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and Proaquatix LLC before joining the Brevard Zoo’s oyster restoration team in 2016.  Katey is now the Oyster Gardening Project Coordinator and manages over 210 Brevard County citizen scientists, who are tasked with growing juvenile oysters from their lagoon-front properties for future Indian River Lagoon oyster reef restoration. 

Please join us on Tuesday, December 4 for our Holiday Celebration, and to hear Katey's insights!



Dinner Menu Selections

Soup du Jour

MeatGrilled Pork Medallions, Cranberry Chutney, Gingered Sweet Potatoes

SeafoodSeafood Paella, Tomatoes, Shellfish, and Sausage, Saffron Rice

Vegetarian:  Vegetable Tagine - Chickpea, Zucchini, Eggplant, Sweet Potato, Onion, and Raisins in a Savory Stew Served with Basmati Rice

 Meal includes rolls and butter, coffee or tea 
 
Cost:  $30 for ABWA Members and $35 for Guests
 
Glass of Wine $9

 

SELECT YOUR ENTREE AND PAY BY PAYPAL NOW BY CLICKING ON THE LINKS BELOW!!!
 
RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED

***RESERVATIONS AND CANCELLATIONS ARE ONLY ACCEPTED UNTIL 5 PM ON THE MONDAY PRIOR TO THE EVENT***

For more information, please email:
reservations@abwaoceanside.com
 

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