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professional group is comprised of women actively engaged in business,
women retired from an active career and women still pursuing their
education. Diversity is our greatest asset as membership is open to all
Learn more about the
Houston Focus on Concerns for Women (formerly Houston Financial Council
for Women) on the web at www.hfcw.org
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Focus on Concerns for Women, formerly
Houston Financial Council for Women, was
founded in 1974 to advance financial
awareness in women and to encourage,
support and organize educational
activities that promote financial
awareness in women. Through the decades
our focus has broadened to include our
interests in professional development,
business ethics, personal and
professional growth, global and
financial awareness and to support
activities that encourage professional,
ethical, civic and fiscal responsibility
for executive and entrepreneurial women.
Through this web
site, our goal is to help you learn even
more about our Meetings,
Businesses, and the Organization in
group comprised of women actively
engaged in business, women retired from
an active career and women still
pursuing their education. Diversity is
our greatest asset as membership is open
to all professions.
We are proud to have
members representing a wide variety of
businesses and professions: realtors,
lawyers, financial consultants,
published authors, real estate brokers,
accountants, and executives in
transportation, publishing, insurance,
media, travel, and others. We exchange
ideas, network and provide a supportive
sounding board for our members
Luncheon and Program
Wednesday, June 28, 2017, 11:30
Italian Restaurant, 415 Westheimer Road,
Suite 106, Houston, TX 77006 713-527-0609
Mary Abshier at
email@example.com or 713-861-3371
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a click. One in five has a friend in a distant country. For them a cosmology of
connection as a lived reality. They have also heard a lot about respecting
others; they live in a world where gender, sexual, national and religious
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Why has this come about?
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in addressing the whole person, encompassing body, mind, and spirit.
Rosemary received her Masters of Arts in Counseling in 2008 and her license as a
professional counselor from the state of Texas in 2011. She is currently working
on a doctoral degree in Counselor Education.