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  • 28 Sep 2017 9:30 AM | Working Women (Administrator)

    November 6-7, 2017  Amalie Area

    Hunger is all around us. In Tampa Bay alone, more than 700,000 residents are considered food insecure, meaning they lack reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. The Greenhouse aims to change this.

    The Greenhouse is an initiative developed by the Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger to “Seed Solutions to End Hunger.” During the 2017 National Sunshine Summit End Hunger, the Network to End Hunger invites you to join us as the top social enterprises, non-profits, and for-profit organizations in our region present their ideas to end hunger. The most innovative solutions will have the opportunity to secure up to $20,000 in funding.  Purchase your ticket for this powerful event!

    About the Summit
    The 2017 National Sunshine Summit End Hunger is an event co-hosted by the Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger and the Alliance to End Hunger. The two-day summit held November 6-7 at Amalie Arena will provide current and aspiring Hunger Free Community organizers and the broader anti-hunger community a forum to learn, share and network while exploring best practices in solving hunger.

    The goals for the conference include sharing successful strategies for collective impact, learning about practical approaches from content experts, and identifying new tools, resources and partners for community-based hunger relief efforts. Conference tickets are available here.

  • 19 Sep 2017 1:20 PM | Working Women (Administrator)

    Business and Professional Women (BPW)/ St. Petersburg-Pinellas presents Women of Influence

    Tuesday, October 17, 2017  |  5:30 – 8:00 p.m.

    USFSP Kate Tiedemann College of Business,

    Lynn Pippenger Hall, 700 4th Street South, St. Petersburg

    Join us on Tuesday, October 17 for the 2017 BPW Forum: Women of Influence, an inspiring evening celebrating three community leaders as they discuss their journey to success. Cathy Unruh, WEDU show host, and author will moderate a diverse panel of women at different career stages to learn how they influence their organizations, community, and industries. The panelists are Dr. Kanika Tomalin, Deputy Mayor of St. Petersburg, Dr. Tonjua Williams, President of St. Petersburg College, and Molly Moorhead, Editorial Writer at Tampa Bay Times.

    The evening begins at the USFSP Kate Tiedemann College of Business, 700 4th Street South, with Networking at 5:30 p.m. in the Ellen Cotton Atrium. The BPW Forum starts at 6:00 p.m. in Lynn Pippenger Hall. Complimentary appetizers, 1 drink ticket, and parking included ($30 Members; $35 Non-members; $40 at the door). This annual forum is held to honor National Business Women’s Week. Register at:

  • 09 Jun 2017 9:45 AM | Working Women (Administrator)

  • 17 May 2017 6:06 PM | Working Women (Administrator)

    Laura Rehbein currently has office space available in the Carrollwood Business Center, 13920 N Dale Mabry. There are two spaces. One is approximately 500 sq. ft. This space consists of a private entrance, lobby and 2 offices. The other is a single office perfect for a solo practitioner looking for an alternative to a home office. Single office is approximately 145 sq ft. 

    Access to shared conference room included in lease terms. Access to private event room available for nominal additional charge.  Interior recently completely renovated. All offices have been pre-wired for internet phones. Lease includes electric, water and internet.

    Prime Carrollwood location on Dale Mabry between Fletcher and Bearss. Exterior signage available.

    Interested individuals can call Bethany Mis at 813-319-0011 or email Bethany.Mis for details.

  • 15 May 2017 9:50 AM | Working Women (Administrator)
    Refractive Surgical Coordinator
    A great opportunity currently awaits you at Newsom Eye & Laser Center.  This is a chance for you to work for an ophthalmology market leader. 

    This individual is responsible for educating, marketing, and selling the patients on all aspects of Refractive Surgery including Lasik and premium cataract services. The Refractive Coordinator provides a seamless experience for this selective group of patients. The Refractive Coordinator also acts as a liaison between the office, surgical facility, patient, and physician.


    • High school diploma, Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
    • Two years experience in a surgical specialty practice, ophthalmology preferred.
    • Two years of sales experience preferred.

    Any and all duties assigned by management with an emphasis on the following:

    • Greets patients at appointment and day of surgery in Tampa Surgery Center.
    • Acts as a key contact person for all refractive vendors and refractive surgery inquiries.
    • Keeps inventory of Refractive Coordinator educational materials, including vendors.
    • Counsels LASIK and Premium IOL patients on their opinion for product selection.
    • Counsels patients on financing options and processes patient loan applications.
    • Handles refractive surgery patient complaints and concerns.
    • Runs patient loan transaction summary report and sends over to Sebring for them to allocate the money.
    • Follow up on any charitable contributions of Refractive Surgery services.
    • Collect all pertinent information for upcoming surgery, such as bookings, insurance, and signed consent forms, and transfers to surgical facility.
    • Collect patient testimonials (at post-op appointments) and consent to use for marketing purposes. Process information from these testimonials onto website or other marketing tools.
    • Schedules all Lasik and upgraded IOL patient surgeries and pre-operative appointments.
    • Implement an Excel grid and notify patient of an NELC balances remaining for surgery prior to their surgery date.
    • Handles all telephone interactions with refractive surgery candidates and schedules appointments for Refractive Procedures.
    • Notifies patient of all scheduled appointments including post-operative.
    • Reports on performance metrics via excel.

    Please submit resumes to
    Kandy Reed, Director, Human Resources at:

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