FRAMINGHAM – Local entrepreneur and the Founder and President of the MetroWest Conference for Women, Jen Maseda will be the featured speaker at the Framingham Business Association first meeting of 2019.
The meeting is Wednesday, January 23 at noon at Samba Steak & Sushi at 1138 Worcester Road.
She will talk about her organization and the impact of the “Me Too” movement on our local community and economy.
Along with her work with the MetroWest Conference for Women, Maseda is the executive producer and host of the award-winning Access Framingham’s Cable TV Show, Woman2Woman Today and President of She’s Local, Inc.
She is an advocate for local women and a successful entrepreneur dedicated to the creation of accessible and relevant platforms that engage women locally and inspire at home.
She holds a Master’s degree from Harvard University in Public Health and a Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology from FAU.
Born in Miami, Florida, she now braves the winters in Natick with her husband and two young children.
The Framingham Business Association was created to promote and protect the value, importance and significance of a thriving business community in the City of Framingham, and to ensure that local businesses’ needs are being considered, understood and supported by the residents and government officials.
The Association strives to be a good example of a successful community drive alliance dedicated to making a positive impact on behalf of the businesses and residents alike in the City of Framingham.
The Association believes that a thriving local business community equals a thriving Framingham.
To attend this or future meetings, please contact the Association at www.framinghambusinessassociation.org.