AUGUST 12TH, 2020 – Anne O’Neill, “ABWA – What’s In It For You?”

ABWA Imperial River presents Anne O’Neill, Director of Business Development at nuVizz, Inc.

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Anne O’Neill

Estero, FL, July 23rd, 2020: The Imperial River Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA) will present Anne O’Neill, Director of Business Development at nuVizz, Inc. Wednesday August 12th, 6:30-8:00 PM via Zoom. O’Neill is the current ABWA National Secretary/Treasurer and will discuss “ABWA – What’s In It For You?”.  This professional development webinar is free, and donations to ABWA are gratefully received. Registration and Zoom account required; for details and registration information, see 


Anne O’Neill has 20+ years of business and management experience spanning multiple industries. She is the current Director of Business Development at nuVizz, Inc. in Atlanta, Georgia. O’Neill is a key member of the sales and implementation teams, executing non-emergency medical transportation applications nationwide.  O’Neill is also an entrepreneur. In partnership with her brother Patrick, she turned a passion for tea into a specialty tea business. She is a Level 3 Certified Tea Specialist with the Specialty Tea Institute. 


O’Neill’s history and experience with ABWA uniquely qualify her to speak on the subject of “ABWA – What’s In It For You?”. She joined the Gwinnet Charter Chapter of ABWA in 2001 and has held multiple responsible roles in the organization since then. In 2019, she was elected National Secretary/Treasurer. O’Neill is a primary member of the Harris County Charter Chapter in Cataula, Georgia and a secondary member of the Heart of the Piedmont in Greensboro, North Carolina. 


The American Business Women’s Association Imperial River Chapter was launched April 13th, 2016 specifically to serve the women of Estero and Bonita Springs, FL. At that time, other chapters existed in Southwest Florida; however, none were convenient to the business women of the area between Fort Myers and Naples. ABWA Imperial River Chapter supports the national organization’s mission: to bring together business women of diverse occupations and to provide opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support and national recognition. Our chapter raises funds to help reimburse our membership, comprised of local business women, for conferences, seminars, continuing education credits and other professional development pursuits.

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