Nov 18, 2014-
Nov 18, 2014
11:00AM - 02:30PM
Women of Industry 2nd Annual Luncheon
The “Women of Industry” Luncheon is in recognition of the successful Women Business Owners, Professionals and Entrepreneurs here in Marin County.
Peacock Gap Golf Club
Event Description

 The “Women of Industry” Luncheon is in recognition of the successful Women Business Owners, Professionals and Entrepreneurs here in Marin County.  The San Rafael Chamber of Commerce is hosting the second annual luncheon in recognition of one exemplary San Rafael businesswoman.  This honor goes to a businesswoman who exemplifies extraordinary leadership in her industry or company and has made a significant contribution to the citizens and the businesses of Marin County. 
This year we are honoring Ann Brebner, Emeritus Board Member of the California Film Institute.  As a young entrepreneur in the 1960’s, Ann started a casting agency in Marin, contributing her talents to films such as American Graffiti, Bullitt, and Harold and Maude. Ann founded the Marin Shakespeare Festival, which she ran for 10 years before putting her talents and energy into revitalizing the Rafael Theater in San Rafael.  Ann’s business talents and community contributions have made a significant impact on the business climate of San Rafael over the past 50+ years. 
We invite you to join us this year as we pay tribute to the fabulous and remarkable Ann Brebner, our Women of Industry Business Leader of 2014
Come for lunch and stay for the shopping.

Register here!


Fee: $55.00

Contact Information
Name: Emily Maloney     Email:
Phone: 415-454-4163



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