Join Us for our Next Meeting on April 26, 2017!

How To Connect, Cultivate And Convert Your Ideal Clients
Debra Boulanger, speaker at EEWN meeting

Whether you have a brick and mortar business, a virtual shop or you are a solopreneur, we live and conduct business in an online, connected world. Your prospective clients are increasingly making their purchasing decisions online.

How you connect with and cultivate your ideal clients online can make a giant difference in your top line growth.

While making connections through speaking engagements and networking events are still essential, if you want a steady and increasing flow of qualified buyers, you must learn how to connect, cultivate and convert your ideal clients online.

EEWN member and program chair, Deb Boulanger, will share her 5-step formula for marketing success through cultivating relationships with your ideal clients online.

About Deb: Debra Boulanger spent 25 years developing, managing and marketing programs for a $2B F1000 company. In 2012 she shifted her focus to launching and growing her own practice. Deb is a business success mentor, lifestyle coach and retreat leader for smart and  accomplished women who want to live a successful and joy-filled life. She is the creator of The Great Do-Over where she coaches clients in the basic tenants of how to clear away doubt and fear to follow their passions. She also speaks with thousands of women each year through conferences, webinars and workshops.

When: April 26, 5:30 – 8pm.
Where: The Inn Spot on the Bay, 32 Lighthouse Road, Hampton Bays, NY 11946
Cost: $45 for members who RSVP by 4pm on Monday, April 24 and $50 for non-members and those without an RSVP.


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Congratulations to the New EEWN Board: EEWN Board 2015-2016

President: Helen Minieri-Stacy
Vice President: Judy McCleery
Secretary: Sharon Hogan-Langhorne
Membership: Julie Ott
Publicity: Maryjane Raynor
Newletter: Linda Beutelschies
E-Media: Megan Heckman
Nominating: Annelle Lewis
Directors-At-Large: Irene Damato, Tara Kelly, Deb Boulanger, and Elaine Meyn


Congratulations our 2016 Scholarship Winners!

Recipients Gina Anasagasti of Southold; Carly Doorhy of Mattituck; and Emily Shore of Manorville read their impressive winning essays. Shown on the left are the committee members Julie Ott, committee chair Jennifer Maertz. On the right are Helen Minieri Stacy, President and Tara Kelly on their right.


We’re so exciting to award three deserving graduating high school seniors scholarships from EEWN. Each young woman presented their winning essays at our June meeting.

Congratulations to:

Gina Anasagasti of Southold
Carly Doorhy of Mattituck
Emily Shore of Manorville 




Renewal Time, Join Our Network of Professional Woman

We’re now accepting EEWN membership renewals and are so happy to welcome back many longtime members and meet new ones! If you’d like to join our wonderful network of East End women please submit your application as soon as possible to ensure you’ll be listed in our directory and enjoy all of the benefits (including a free listing on the EEWN website) of your membership. Click here to view and print the application.


East End Women’s Network Honors Rosemarie Dios as 2016 Woman of the Year

Congratulations to Rosemarie Dios, winner of the 2016 East End Women's Network Woman of the Year.

The East End Women’s Network honored Rose on May 25, 2016 at the organization’s dinner meeting at the Southampton Inn.

Since 1982, this annual award has been given to a female business leader on the East End who exemplifies leadership and good character in her profession and in community service. Rose was recognized because of her work to mentor, support and encourage women in her industry and her community to gain financial independence and develop healthy lifestyles and strong work ethics.

Rose is an ardent supporter for women in business and all walks of life. Among her various community service efforts, and not-for profit work, she is a certified financial planner for UBS, and founded Stitch, a couture tailor and custom clothing boutique that employs a staff of women.

We extend our thanks Rose for all she does to support and encourage women on the East End. She is most worthy of the 2016 Woman of the Year award.

Photo credit: Judy McCleery of Vivid Visions Photo-Graphics