ABWA Presents Scholarship To Jennifer Worsky
By Cyndi Byars // June 9, 2013
American Business Women’s Association
ABOVE VIDEO: The ABWA is a national professional association for women established in 1949. The organization hosts more than 5,000 networking meetings each year in more than 300 cities across the nation.
BREVARD COUNTY • INDIAN HARBOUR BEACH, FLORIDA – The Oceanside Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association recently awarded the annual Stephen Bufton scholarship to Jennifer Worsky.
Worsky, a resident of Palm Bay, is currently earning a bachelor’s degree and plans to also pursue a master’s degree.
When five-year old Stephen Bufton, son of ABWA’s founder Hilary Bufton, passed away in 1953, the memorial fund was created in his name to further educational opportunities for women. Since its inception almost 60 years ago, the Stephen Bufton Memorial Educational Fund (SBMEF) has awarded $16 million dollars in scholarships to more than 16,000 women.
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The ABWA Oceanside Chapter meets the fourth Tuesday of every month at the Eau Gallie Yacht Club.
Those in attendance at the meeting included Sue Tyson-Parker, Sheryl Olguin, Jenny Wall, and Chapter President Barbara Cheney. Anita Carbone, Lynda Workman, and Nancy Brown were also in attendance.
The guest speaker was Mike Pisciotta of Marketing Your Purpose.
The ABWA is a national professional association for women established in 1949. The organization hosts more than 5,000 networking meetings each year in more than 300 cities across the nation.