Mesa County Women's Network is about empowering women to grow professionally and personally by providing a positive forum for networking, education, and community connection.
ABOUT MESA COUNTY WOMEN’S NETWORK
Mesa County Women’s Network (MCWN) is a not for profit corporation made up of women from varied professional backgrounds, dedicated to the dual goals of outreach and education, with a commitment toward the highest standards of professionalism. The organization was incorporated on October 20, 1989.
TIME TO RENEW MEMBERSHIP OR JOIN TODAY AT CURRENT PRICING ON WEBSITE(scroll to bottom of home page for pricing)
OFFER GOOD THROUGH OCTOBER 31, 2019.
NEW THIS YEAR: Your membership year is determined when you sign up and pay with credit card. It is no longer pro-rated throughout the year. Annual lunch ticket can only be purchased with membership(s) starting November 1, 2019. Pricing for membership and lunch ticket will increase beginning November 1, 2019.
EFFECTIVE November 1, 2019 membership pricing is changing to $100-Individual Membership and $210 for Corporate Membership (Corporate membership includes up to 3 employees from Corporation).
Lunch Pricing is changing to reflect the following: Individual membership $100+ annual lunch ticket $220=$320
Corporate Membership (includes up to 3 employees) $210 + annual lunch ticket $220 (per up to 3 employees) =$870 (max).
Monthly lunch pricing will increase to $20-member and $25-guest.
Bank of Colorado
(970) 424-3900 – [email protected]
Allyson has over 25 years of banking experience As the Patterson Branch Manager, she is responsible for the daily operations of the branch and is a consumer lender. She enjoys being involved in the community by participating as a Palisade Chamber Board Member, President of Mesa County Women’s Network, Graduate of the Grand Junction Chamber Leadership Class, a member of the Palisade Rotary Club, volunteer with Hope West and involved in numerous community events. Allyson is committed to building long-lasting relationships with her customers. She considers herself as a “Physician of Banking”, making sure to listen intently to her customer’s symptoms/needs, making a diagnosis of the best financial treatment plan, and then prescribing the best products and services to cure their financial ailments. Interests include: Spending time with hubby, family and friends, but most importantly playing “Grandma” to her granddaughter and three grandsons.