MEDA Delaware Valley

Chair and Contact: Lucy Brubaker
Email: delvalmeda@yahoo.com

MEDA Delaware Valley meets regularly to network and discuss the intersection of faith and work. Visitors are always welcome!

Our Activities:
•    Third Thursday Breakfast Program: These events take place at Franconia Square Cafe and begin at 6:30am and conclude promptly by 7:30am. These are informal gatherings of local business and professional people looking to network and explore the intersections of their faith and their business.
•    Seasonal Dinner Programs: These events take place 3-4 times a year, featuring a guest speaker. The event begins with a sit down dinner and concludes with a speaker.  The conversation continues to explore the intersections of faith and business and typically has a connection to MEDA's current work.
•    Women Empowering Women: The group meets several times a year to promote the importance of women's economic empowerment as a catalyst for positive change in the world. Women Empowering Women with MEDA provides an opportunity for women to learn about issues facing women in developing countries, as well as MEDA's projects that empower women to rise above social and cultural barriers toward improved livelihoods.

Third Thursday Breakfast Program

These events usually  take place at Franconia Square Cafe and begin at 6:30am and conclude promptly by 7:30am. These are informal gatherings of local business and professional people looking to network and explore the intersections of their faith and their business.

The typical schedule involves a speaker as well as time for open sharing and table conversation.

No RSVP is required and each individual will be responsible for the cost of their own meal.

Breakfasts are scheduled on the third Thursday of every month during the school year.

Delaware Valley Joe LandisNext Breakfast: Thursday, April 19

Speaker: Joe Landis

Joe retired in May 2017 after more than 40 years of developing and leading innovative services to persons with intellectual disabilities and autism. Last fall Joe started a consulting business with a focus on CEO coaching and organizational startup.

Women Empowering Women

Harleysville Party Rental
851 Maple Avenue, Harleysville, PA 19438

MEDA and MEDA Delaware Valley launched a women’s group, called “Women Empowering Women with MEDA,” which meets several times a year to promote the importance of women's economic empowerment as a catalyst for positive change in the world.

Women Empowering Women with MEDA provides an opportunity for women to learn about issues facing women in developing countries, as well as MEDA's projects that empower women to rise above social and cultural barriers toward improved livelihoods. Women who are members of Women Empowering Women with MEDA will have unique and meaningful opportunities to engage with MEDA projects in various countries around the world, including Ghana, Ethiopia, Ukraine, Nicaragua, and Kenya.

RSVP Vanessa Hofer at 717-560-6546 or chapters@meda.org


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