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, NOVEMBER 13, 2014
Firoozeh Azarbaidjani-Do is the owner, co-founder and CEO of Phoenix TS. As such, she is instrumental in defining the values and mission of our organization. She is also highly focused on day-to-day operations, sales and customer relations.
Firoozeh completed her undergraduate studies in French Literature and Interpretation. She taught at the University level for several years, while at the same time learning about and then consulting as a computer programmer. She entered the technical training arena in 1997 and co-founded Phoenix TS with her husband, Ben Tchoubineh, in 1998. Mrs. Azarbaidjani-Do has years of technical training and project management experience. She has managed numerous projects for DISA, the US Army, the US Air Force and various commercial entities. She has experience in teaching Microsoft Office, SQL Server, Visual Basic.NET, ASP.NET, XML and Project Management. In addition, she is a Microsoft Certified Trainer, Microsoft Certified Solution Developer, and Microsoft Certified Database Administrator.
When Phoenix TS was still operating out of Rockville, MD, Firoozeh was active in the Rockville Economic Development Inc. (REDI) as a board member from 2007 -2010. She is also active in the Moms Against Poverty charity.