Joy Branford ‘05 Speaks at Women’s Club Luncheon
June 9, 2011:
Friday, March 19, 2010
The Menlo College Women's Club is honored to host Joy Branford (2005) as their alumni guest speaker at their annual luncheon on March 24, 2010. The Women's Club Luncheon is an annual event that commemorates the history of women in business by recognizing the accomplishments of women in the business world. Joy will discuss with students, faculty and staff how she challenged and overcome obstacles in the business world.
Joy is a New York native who transferred from Marymount Manhattan College to the Bay Area in 1999. After completing her undergraduate degree at Menlo in the PSP Program with a major in Business Management and a minor in Human Resources, Joy pursued her Masters in Human Resources and graduated with Honors from Golden Gate University in 2008. Her professional experience has been in Fashion, Hotel Management and for the last 4 years, working as an HR Professional for a Medical Device company in the Bay Area.
The Women's Club actively projects a positive image on women and women rights on Menlo College's Campus and its community. It supports every woman at Menlo College in achieving success inside and outside the corporate environment as well as encouraging every woman to excel in their chosen field. The Women's Club Luncheon is an event which embodies the spirit and goals of Women's Club.
The Women's Club Luncheon takes place in the Russell Center Great Room on Thursday, March 24th from noon to 1:30 p.m. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions please call (707) 567-7877.