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Press Release: CHICAGO, IL — Dima Elissa — As one of Chicago’s top serial techpreneur’s Dima Elissa was asked to speak at an event co-hosted by National Association of Women Business Owners-Chicago and the Enterprising Women Foundation. Elissa was one of seven selected to speak about her successes as a woman in business.The conference’s goal was to “reinforce society’s recognition that women business owners are powerful and are changing the world.” Panelist’s answered questions from Chicago NAWBO’s current Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) students. YEA! is a NAWBO program that provides education and mentoring for middle school and high school girls who create businesses that are real and sustainable. “They are dedicated, hardworking students who build real businesses and support the future of our economy.” For more information about YEA! click here.

The event took place on January 28, 2016 at Catalyst Ranch a unique and creative venue for events and meetings. All proceeds made at the event benefitted the Chicago YEA! and provided scholarships for two outstanding Chicago high school girls to attend the Enterprising Women of the Year Awards Celebration & Conference in 2016. For more information about the event click here.

Dima Elissa is…

An impassioned serial techpreneur, focused on unleashing The Entrepreneur within. Elissa is the founder and CEO of [su_vismed3d_logo]. In addition, she devotes energy and guidance on women founders and entrepreneurs in technology providing start-up experience and leadership.

What is NAWBO-Chicago?

“NAWBO empowers business owners to thrive through connection, resources and support. You will connect to decision-makers and build meaningful relationships, have access to business and procurement opportunities, and advance through collaboration, knowledge and best practices.” For more information click here.

What is Enterprising Women Foundation?

“The Enterprising Women Foundation, a non-profit organization and sister organization of Enterprising Women magazine, is hosting a series of mentoring events around the U.S. to connect outstanding high school girls with an interest in STEM  (science, technology, engineering and math) with outstanding women entrepreneurs in their local community.” For more information click here.