Mon, Oct 18|
CBW Oct. Mtg Featuring Rose Wallace, The Culpeper
Rose has invited us to share The Culpeper with dinner and her positive and uplifting life attitude. Also sharing advice and expertise are post-retirement business women.
Time & Location
Oct 18, 2021, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Culpeper, 12425 Village Loop, Culpeper, VA 22701, USA
About the event
Join us for a free dinner hosted by The Culpeper while we learn some post-retirement business advice from local residents.
Scroll down to learn more about Rose Wallace and what to expect at our meetings.
Each Meeting includes: - 60 second meet and greet! Tell us about yourself! - Committee reports, fundraising discussion, old & new business - Speaker interview/interactive activity (20-30 minutes) - Business Advice Corner (10 minutes) - Praise/Need - Praise another person or ask for help.
Learn more about this group and how we can help each other grow while supporting the women of the community!
Rose Meeks Wallace came to The Culpeper in 2014, after a lifetime career in Healthcare Administration. A Virginia native, born in Fredericksburg; she is the proud mother of 3 grown daughters, Loren, Leigh Ann and Madison. Before joining The Culpeper team, Rose oversaw and managed startups of both Virginia Interventional & Vascular Associates and SeniorCare Geriatric Medical Center. She has also managed and oversaw day to day operations & Community Relations of medical practices, including Internal Medicine, Family Practice & Urgent Care; in partnership with both Mary Washington Healthcare & HCA Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center. With an AS in Business Administration from NOVA, Rose enjoys being a Culpeper Rotarian, as well as giving back through volunteering with the TriCounty and Fredericksburg Alzheimer’s Association. She is also active in the Culpeper County, Madison County, Orange County and Fredericksburg Chambers of Commerce, as well as numerous professional leadership committees. People are her passion and Rose’s focus and joy comes from not only finding the right solutions to meet all of the needs of the Senior Adults she encounters, but then surpassing their expectations at this stage of their lives.
After sharing with others how wonderful The Culpeper is to call home, she too decided to make the move to her new beloved hometown of Culpeper, Virginia!