Join the fun with our Women in Business series co-hosted with the Melrose, Reading-North Reading, Wakefield Lynnfield, Stoneham and Wilmington Tewksbury Chambers! There will be plenty of networking with 100 fellow women professionals followed by a presentation by Justina Langone, owner of The Remedy Exchange in Wakefield. Our generous host, the Sheraton Wakefield, will provide complimentary appetizers and a cash bar. There will be a special opportunity for complimentary wine! Although our number for this event is bigger than usual, these events always sell out so register today to reserve your space!
About the Topic:
Justina will walk you through the trials and tribulations of pursuing a passion project and watching it evolve into a lucrative business. She will share nutrition and life-hacks to help maximize your output and minimize your input. Justina will also share shortcuts to be a better version of yourself. Whether you are already on your own entrepreneurial journey or just on the cusp of taking the leap, this is one talk you don't want to miss out on. Justina will be dropping nothing short of pure candid insight, inspiration and education on all who attend.
About Justina Langone:
Justina Langone is a healthy living expert. In 2014, she graduated the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a Bachelors in Sports Management and Business. Thereafter, she quickly began educating others on how to increase their quality and longevity of life as a personal trainer and health coach when she started her first business, Just Fit with Justina. As a continuation of the same mission statement and a desire to reach a larger audience, in 2018 Justina opened up The Remedy Exchange, a superfood cafe in Wakefield. Her next ventures includes nutrition talks with all of the local school, health and first responding departments as well as the creation of a foundation in memory of her father, Stephen Langone a 42-year Boston fireman who passed away in 2013 from cancer. The foundation's purpose will be to educate first-responders and give them resources for a proactive approach to fighting off occupational hazard damage.