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Our new website has launched! We hope that this new website will be your one stop resource to stay up-to-date with GWCC events and make connections with our members, whether through the Connections Member Deals or the Mentorship Program.
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April 5th General Membership Meeting
The Guam Women’s Chamber of Commerce (GWCC) announces a General Membership Meeting scheduled for Thursday, April 5th at the Gallery, Hilton Guam Resort & Spa.
Breakfast will be available beginning at 7:30AM, with the meeting starting at 8AM. The meeting fee is $23.00 for Members and $30.00 for Non-Members.
Meeting will feature a special presentation by Ramsay Cooper-Nurse, Client Strategist for the Pacific Daily News, including the launch of GWCC's new website and introduction of two new members.
2018 GUAM TAX PLAN AND ECONOMIC FORUM HIGHLIGHTS
You can now view highlights of the 2018 Guam Tax Plan and Economic Forum held on March 9th at the Hilton Micronesian Room.
Sponsored by the Guam Women's Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Guam Chamber of Commerce and Pacific Daily News.
Create the life you love through thoughful financial planning!
Regine Biscoe Lee is a senator in the 34th Guam Legislature. She serves as legislative secretary, chairwoman of the Committee on Innovation and Economic, Workforce and Youth Development, and chairwoman of the Committee on Rules.
On July 17, 2015 my husband Frank died in a tragic motorcycle accident. In that moment, my life spiraled into darkness. I lost all hope of finding joy again. I tried to navigate through the darkness by seeking help and support from all angles starting with family and friends, support groups, prayer and even seeing a psychologist. Nothing or no one could help me. About three months after Frank's death I was introduced to the Grief Recovery Institute's website. Although no workshops were available on Guam, I knew I had nothing to lose so I signed up for the first workshop that I could a
Joy is Co-Founder of Guam Surveyor, LLC with her husband, Dennis Balagtas, PLS #75. Joy graduated from JFK Class of 1992 as salutatorian, earned her dual BS/BA in EE from University of San Diego where she was President of the Society of Women Engineers and ETA Kappa Nu. She earned her Executive MBA from National University and worked as an engineer and manager.
After nearly 6 decades on this earth, I’m happy to say that I am a work in progress. I continue to find ways to align my passion for service with a career in health and opportunities to participate on boards that advocate for the well-being of others.