2nd Annual Women’s Day Brunch- Sunday, March 7, 2021
Young Professionals of Martin County hosted their second annual Women’s Day Brunch in early March at the historic Captain Sewall’s House in Jensen Beach. Over thirty women attended the event enveloped in the salty ocean air, stunning fresh flower centerpieces from Wave Flower Bar, soulful singing by Summer Gill, and mouthwatering catering fit for the most sophisticated foodie from Ooo La La Catering.
The presenting sponsor, The GypSea Cottage, truly lived up to their motto and “Made the day extraordinary” for all the guests. Attendees had their hair braided, decorated cupcakes, and networked in harmony with other young professionals. The key-note speakers offered inspiration and expertise in their fields. YPMC member Bianca Nunez from BE Empowered Multinational shared three rock-solid relationship secrets to stop picking the wrong partners and people so you can create connections that last. Sam Fritschle, a pilot with Sky Blue Jet Aviation, talked about bold hobbies and holding her own in a male-dominated profession.
YPMC’s President, Courtney Nientimp, is still gushing about her takeaways of the day, “The women’s day brunch is all about celebrating and empowering women. The speakers and attendees from the day were dynamic and influential. I am proud to know every one of them. I loved this event and needed to hear the hope and motivation from the key-note speakers to expand on my productivity, perspective-shifting, and mindfulness in my organization.”
This incredibly enriching event wouldn’t have been possible without the event’s sponsors and vendors’ generous support. YPMC wishes to extend the sincerest gratitude to Vendors: Wave Hair Color & Design Studio, Small Cakes Stuart, Kelly Bryant Wellness, Kate Mikkelson with Edward Jones, B.E. Insurance Advisors and Sponsors: The GypSea Cottage, Camp Bow Wow, PD/GO Digital Marketing Stuart, Atlas Event Rental, Nina L. Ferraro P.A. Title Insurance, Real Estate and Estate Planning, Wave Flower Bar.
Young Professionals of Martin County’s mission is to provide a common meeting ground to promote professional and personal gain for goal-oriented and socially active people in their 20s and 30s to positively contribute to Martin County’s future. YPMC hosts monthly events in person and virtually. Attendees can register for future events on our website www.ypmc.org.
Photos by Fred Kirkheart, The Stuart Photography Company
Press Release by Liz Southers, The Fine Print Services