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Coffee & Connections
June 4, 2019 @ 7:30 am - 9:30 am
Coffee & Connection event attendees enjoy light breakfast items in a unique setting, while networking with fellow Chamber members to build relationships and new strategic partnerships.
Short Workshops offer skill development and content knowledge that is important to entrepreneurs, business owners, and key company professionals.
Join us for plenty of coffee, delicious morning snacks and a great start to your day!
Enjoy coffee and light breakfast items at Azusa Pacific University in Mission Valley, then hear from our expert speakers in an interactive workshop.
Date: June 4, 2019
Networking: 7:30 – 8:45am
Workshop: 8:45 – 9:30am
Azusa Pacific University, Mission Valley
5353 Mission Center Road (2nd Floor, Room 213)
San Diego, CA 92108
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Complimentary parking is available onsite.
This event is complimentary for Chamber members. Not a Chamber member? Please contact our Membership Department at 619-544-1337.
Tabletop Cost: $99
Healthy Workplace – Healthy You!
Join us for a fun panel discussion on creating a healthy workplace for you and your employees. Nutrition, ergonomics/workplace safety, fitness, and sound mind & body are the topics of the morning. Our experts will answer questions from the moderator and from you; plus, they’ll share tips and advice for staying healthy and fit without taking time away from your business.
Abigal Jones – Cairn Leadership Strategies
Abigail Jones has been coaching executives and training teams in corporate, academic, and purpose-driven companies since 2013. She uses mindfulness and applied improvisational comedy to level up leadership skills using somatic education and experiential learning. As COO of Cairn Leadership Strategies, she helps leaders and teams activate the world of work by developing communication and collaboration skills through brain-based methods in the science of leadership and organizational psychology. Clients include Financial Planners from Northwestern Mutual, new executives from UCSD’S Rady School of Management, and the Executive Directors of Playwrights Project.
Sonia Cervantes – Certified Health Coach
“I was inspired to become a Health Coach after many years of working for large Corporations and seeing the need of people to get healthier. Nutrition-related Chronic Diseases and Sedentarism is on the rise, impacting our health, the health of our loved ones and our communities. My mission is to empower individuals to take care of their health by adopting simple lifestyle changes so they can live healthier and happier lives.”
Joey Pagliwanan – GymGuyz
Joey and Lorraine Paglinawan are the owners of GYMGUYZ is a mobile fitness franchise and the #1 in Home Personal Training. We bring the trainer, workout and equipment to you. We cater to men, women and children of all ages and abilities.
Dr. Kaci Madden – The Specific Chiropractic Centers
Dr. Madden practices a specialized technique called Upper Cervical which allows her to work directly with the nervous system – the system of the body that controls and coordinates ALL actions within the body – because she works directly with the nerves, Dr. Madden is able to help her patients heal from a myriad of health issues. Dr. Madden is a die-hard Gator fan; she completed her bachelors at the University of Florida and traveled to Dallas to complete her Doctorate in Chiropractic at Parker University. Dr. Madden was inspired to become an Upper Cervical chiropractor after seeing how chiropractic helped her youngest sister walk again after an incident at the age of 2.
Lisa Fitzpatrick, ErgoLinks
Lisa Fitzpatrick DrOT, CHT, CAE, CEAS is the founder and owner of Ergo Links. Her company provides injury prevention and management services for employers and insurance companies. These services include wellness/safety training for employees using onsite or remote training and disability management services for assessing function after injury. In addition, Lisa works as an expert witness in many personal injury, workers compensation, and disability cases. She has a post-professional doctorate degree with a focus on disability management and is a board-certified hand therapist. She is also a certified ergonomist.
About Our Host
Azusa Pacific University, Mission Valley
Azusa Pacific University continues to be recognized annually as one of America’s Best Colleges by U.S. News & World Report and as one of the Best in the West by The Princeton Review. APU’s San Diego Regional Campus, located in Mission Valley, is a direct extension of the university’s main campus in Azusa, providing the comprehensive programs, expert faculty, and small class sizes for which APU is known. The regional campus offers a variety of undergraduate degree completion programs, credentials, and master’s degrees, as well as doctoral degrees in nursing and ministry, all taught from a Christian perspective. Flexible scheduling options meet the needs of busy professionals, making it easier for you to reach your education goals. Learn more at apu.edu/sandiego/.