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NJBIA President & CEO Michele Siekerka on Friday announced the addition of Birdia Chambers to the association’s Women Business Leaders Council.

Chambers, a social media and digital strategist who founded Epic Transformation, is also a real estate investor and adviser. She will also be a presenter at NJBIA’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Summit on April 18.

Chambers joins a council that includes Lorena Mosquera, Workflow Strategist, Paradigm Marketing and Design; Sally-Jo O’Brien, Director of Executive Coaching, Human Emergence Group; and Stephanie Staub, Director of Infrastructure and Energy Strategy and Workforce Partnership, New Jersey Community Colleges Consortium.

“We are thrilled to have Birdia join our very engaged Women Business Leaders Council that helps us lead our mission to advance New Jersey women executives,” Siekerka said. “The expertise she brings to the table will help steer the informative programs and events that provide businesswomen with the tools and resources to prosper.”

The Women Business Leaders Council works to advance the next generation of women executives by providing information, educational opportunities and an open exchange of ideas though online programs and in-person events.

The New Jersey Women Business Leaders Forum, powered by NJBIA, which is the largest professional women’s conference in New Jersey, brings together hundreds of businesspeople every September for two days of executive TED-style Talks and valuable breakout sessions, coaching and network opportunities.  The date and venue have just been announced, click here for more info.