ETTWomen BINGO Luncheon, Benefitting The ETTWomen Foundation

Who doesn’t love BINGO?

Join the fun at ETTWomen’s BINGO Luncheon, benefitting the ETTWomen Foundation.

100% of proceeds will help support 2 of our ladies who are going through a very difficult time due to illness.

Your ticket includes light lunch and your first BINGO card!

There will be music, prizes, and a lot of fun! Join us!

September 28, 2018 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
ETTWomen Foundation
479 RT-79
Suite 5-A, Morganville
NJ 07751

Join the ETTWomen’s Connections Club!

EXCITING NEWS from our founders! We’ve launched the ETTWomen’s Connections Club!
The ETTWomen’s Connections Club is another Great way ETTWomen will Keep YOU in the know on ETTWomen Meetings and Events! And yes, there’s MORE!

Once you Join the ETTWomen Connections Club NOT ONLY will reminders come directly to your cell, you get even closer to YOUR EARNED REWARDS!

JOIN by Texting ETTMember to 49654 or inputting your cell # into our ETTWomen’s Connections Club tablet at our next meeting!

We are very excited to get members of ETTWomen connected and rewarded as we continue to support your business goals through the Power of Connections!



JOIN by Texting ETTMember to 49654 or inputting your cell # into our ETTWomen’s Connections Club tablet at our next meeting!

PS: Tell a friend they can join too and be rewarded with their membership! Your Friend should type ETTFRIEND to 49654!

ETTWomen CJ: Get Uncomfortable and Overcome Superwoman Syndrome with Gerry Viggiani


Today’s woman is expected to do it all but is that really effective when you’re so stressed you feel like you’re on a hamster wheel and you can’t get off? It is not just about you doing too many things or striving to do everything really well; it is about sacrificing your well-being by putting others expectations/wants/judgments before your needs. We will look at how to ask for what you want and need, how to balance demands of others and your priorities, and how to set your objective in interacting with others in a way that will feel empowering and effective.

Gerry Viggiani as co-owner and psychotherapist at Lotus Blossom Psychotherapy will help you uncover your true potential. Their philosophy towards psychotherapy is one of mindfulness and living life in this moment, free from the barriers of regrets and worries. They will work together with you to help you to develop effective coping skills, reprocess and desensitize traumatic memories and unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life. 

This may feel like a big step towards “getting uncomfortable” but it is one that you will not regret. Gerry walk that journey with her clients every step of the way! She treats age 18 and up with individual and group therapies. She foundationally trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and advanced experience with Trauma and Compassion Models. Treatments that can help you to learn more appropriate and masterful ways to cope with PTSD, addiction and other ineffective behaviors, post-partum issues, depression, anxiety, poor self-esteem/self-compassion, relationship issues and emotion regulation problems.

Join us on March 13th for a powerful talk!

Complete details HERE!

[Photos] The Power Of Connections 2017 the Official Recap

ETTWomen’s The Power of Connections Conference brought together entrepreneurs, authors, teachers, artists and visionaries! Throughout the 3 day event, attendees received powerful training, profound mind shifts, groundbreaking ideas, and made deep connections! Our ladies turned up the volume in their lives and business.

We had an fantastic start to our weekend with a powerful panel discussion led by Audrey Puente, FOX 5 Meteorologist and Lena Koropey, founder of Gramercy Protocol and STRIP TEES. Thank you Teresa Pyskaty for the fabulous pics and Karen Azzarello, Jodi Bruker and Ms. Molly Barber for sponsoring our delicious treats!

On day 2, Judy Banks kicked off the day with a guided meditation and our workshop leaders Ilsy Josefina-Hoo, Bailey Frumen, Christine Miskinis, and Judy Banks and our media panelists Courtenay Cooper Hall, Lisa Marie Latino and Dr. Joy Ohayia helped us make it so powerful!

We sure did strut down the runway, with outfits custom made by Designer Crystal Glass. Alexis Santos helped us look so fab!

On day 3, we started the day with a fabulous morning Tai Chi session led by Dixie L. Nichols, our Power Panel with Bailey Frumen, Christine Miskinis and Judy Banks and ended with our closing keynote with Elizabeth Cronise McLaughlin, beautifully! For the second year in a row, Artist Shenna Vaughn has created art, inspired by the conversations and energy created within our event space. Her beautiful masterpieces was raffled off to one of our guests.

Thank you Angela Squicciarini for the pictures!



A special thank you to Investor’s Bank for your sponsorship and I Love MySelfie Photo Booths for the fabulous partnership this weekend! Such a fun addition to our weekend!

ETTWomen for Jenny + Her Mom

For the past year, Jenny has been an integral part of ETTWomen and the ETTWomen Foundation, volunteering her time and talents to everyone in our organization.

At the end of August while on vacation, Jenny received a heartbreaking call:  her 64 years old mother Divina had just suffered a heart attack and was being rushed into surgery.

Jenny went back home immediately for her care. Divina has diabetes, hypertension, asthma, and suffers severe environmental allergic reactions. When her catheterization was performed, three  stents were inserted. Since August, she has been hospitalized in intensive care on three occasions due to complications related to heart failure, including: pulmonary edema, respiratory difficulties, uncontrolled blood pressure, sugar levels and heart rate, anemia, elevated levels of creatinine, E.Coli bacteria, among others. Last week, she was discharged pending follow-up consultations from various specialists, medication, cardiovascular therapy.

As a result of ICU hospitalization, surgery and medication costs, their insurance coverage for 2017 has been exhausted, until August 2018. Expenses exceed the $20,000 mark.

Please help us lighten their load! Every dollar counts! On behalf of ETTWomen, thank you in advanced for your love and support. 


You’re Invited to V+Co.’s Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony!

It’s with great excitement that we celebrate our new HQ at V+Co., and you’re invited to celebrate with us!


Join us as we celebrate the power of community, partnerships and small businesses! Come for the space and the resources, stay for the magic!
Connect with the founders of:
+ Entrepreneurial Think Tank for Women + The ETTWomen Foundation: Vanessa Coppes + Lynette Barbieri
+ Balance Your Life: Judy Banks
+ Psychotherapist: Angela Maio
+ Massage by Elizabeth: Elizabeth J Peterson
+ Nature’s Energy Reiki: Lorna Iofolla
+ Halcyon’s Nest Homeopathy: Heather Natoli
+ Divine Divas: Lynn Osborne + Jordan Osborne
+ Complete Travel Planners: Jeffrey Pantelas

ETTWomen Partners with The Gateway Regional Chamber of Commerce

ETTWomen partnered with The Gateway Regional Chamber of Commerce on September 13, 2017. Both organizations combined forces in order to celebrate women and their launch at the Holiday Inn in Clark, NJ.

The event was lead by ETTWomen founders Vanessa Coppes and Lynette Barbieri, ETTW North Jersey Chapter leaders Joi M. Stanley and June Lazaro, and opening remarks were also made by Bidisa Rai and ETTW Conference Partner Theodora Sergiou. The evening was highly attended by long standing ETTWomen members and Chamber members.

A special thank you to Lori Hymen and Karen Kamichoff from the Holiday Inn team in Clark, NJ for their care and for serving up a special ETTWomen Blue Lagoon Cocktail to celebrate the night. To Angela Squicciarini, thank you for capturing the night so fabulously.

To attend future ETTWomen events, please click here.

ETTWomen Partners with The Gateway Chamber of Commerce! Join us for Networking + Think Tanking!

ETTWomen partners with The Gateway Regional Chamber of Commerce and you’re invited to network and think tank!

ETTWomen is a community of entrepreneurs that network with intention. We learn from and support each other in personal and business development. Come connect with a remarkable group of women entrepreneurs!

The Gateway Regional Chamber of Commerce is a business organization which represents and advances the business interests of its members.

Join us to learn more about this fabulous partnership and how it can benefit your network growth, as well as your personal and business development!

Together, we achieve more!


September 13, 2017

6:30-8:30 PM

Holiday Inn

36 Valley Road | Clark, NJ 07066

ETTWomen’s Foundation ’70s and ’80s Summer Celebration Benefitting Janet Vega

Thank you everyone who came out to support the ETTWomen Foundation’s 1st fundraiser for Janet Vega! A special thank you to Angela Squicciarini for capturing the night so beautifully!

Thank you to our sponsors and donors for helping make the night more fun:

  1. Cheryl Brennan
  2. Lynn and Jordan Osbourne
  3. Joanne Trancucci Gubitosi
  4. Natalie Garay: The Pilates Mama
  5. Press Communications, LLC 107.1 The Boss Thunder106
  6. Masana Photography
  7. ETTWomen
  8. Angela Squicciarini Photography
  9. Kramer Photography
  10. Jersey Shore Wellness Center

ETTWomenTV at the Progressive Achievers Inc. Mother & Daughter Tea #RedCarpet with Joi M. Stanley

#ETTWomenTV is on the Progressive Achievers Inc. Mother & Daughter Tea Red Carpet with founder Joi Mikki Stanley-Smith!

We had an amazing time supporting the wonderful work the organization accomplishes through their mentorship programs for your girls. In 1995, Joi M. Stanley founded Progressive Achievers Inc., an organization dedicated to researching innovative ways to help women and children. As the group began to grow, fundraisers and community awareness took on a major role in supporting organizations such as Children’s Miracle Network, the NAACP, The National Council of Negro Women, Breast Cancer Research, and Literacy for Children. Their mission is to create global teams and chapters that are committed to making a difference in the lives of women and children.

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