Sterling Women provides a new networking opportunity for business women in Northern Virginia and beyond. Each month we invite a successful business woman located in Loudoun County to speak to our audience about her accomplishments.
The quality of our speakers and the interest from our sponsors has boosted the overwhelming popularity of our new organization. While we plan to honor the program’s initial intent and continue to bring Sterling professionals together, we want to also encourage the monthly gathering of business women from across Loudoun, as well as outside its borders. Ultimately we will all benefit!
Luncheon Location and Time:
The National Conference Center
18980 Upper Belmont Place
Leesburg, VA 20176
11:00 AM – 1:30 PM
11:00 AM: Optional Networking & Shopping
11:50 AM: Seated Lunch-Opening Remarks
12:30 PM: Program Commences
12:50 PM: Closing Remarks & Door Prizes!
1:00 PM: More Optional Networking & Shopping!
THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 2014
Details CEO Cory Laws has lived in Herndon since 1988, after moving to the area in 1978. After a successful Information Technology career, Cory decided to turn a lifelong passion into his livelihood. Cory has been involved in carpentry, woodworking, and related skills since childhood. Starting with summers spent at the Boys’ Club, he has had a love of craftsmanship from a young age. From early projects involving wood, metal, plastics, and laminates, he moved to repairs, custom fencing and decks, flooring, and full build-outs. Recent projects have included new and remodeled baths, gourmet kitchens, custom basements and in-law suites, home theaters, additions, and renovations of everything from Victorian porches to the entire house.
Cory also enjoys a number of other activities. He excelled at classical piano, clarinet and alto sax, and was a founding member of two bands. Outdoor activities include cycling, golf, tennis, swimming and such adrenaline creating activities as skiing and car racing. He’s even jumped from a perfectly good airplane. His love of cars led to the formation of the Austin Healey Sports and Touring Club, still viable after more than 35 years. A member of the BMW Car Club of America since 1979, Cory has held various positions including newsletter editor and president, and won the national newsletter competition in the early 1980s. As an avid cook, he knows his way around a kitchen, and is happy to show off his talents. Remodeling kitchens gives him particular satisfaction, as he’s bought two houses primarily for their kitchens.