Women's Economic Forum Presents Izabela Muzzin:
A student, a teacher, a leader, a child, a wife, a mother.
Born in Poland, Izabela Muzzin has achieved and experienced much in her 34 years including the inception of her family's Aleksander Estate Winery, and her own County Connect and the Butcher of Kingsville.
Izabela also uses her Sommelier background to teach about wine at St. Clair College. A graduate of the University of Guelph and Brock University's Cool Climate Oenology & Viticulture Program, Izabela remains a student of life. "It is especially gratifying to do what you love, as much as that may be."
Izabela currently sits on the board for Eat Drink Dine Kingsville and the Windsor Essex Economic Development Corporation's Agri-Business Committee.
Join the Women's Economic Forum as we will learn from a prominent local business woman about the opportunities that present themselves, when we listen.
When & Where
Women's Economic Forum
The Spring of 2012, the Windsor Board of the Women's Economic Forum hosted an Informational Meeting in Leamington at the Pelee Days Inn. The positive response from this meeting encouraged the Board to offer a Chapter for women in the Leamington area.In May of 2012, Donna Messer, a recognized Keynote speaker from Oakville filled the room with her unique way of engaging the audience.
The Leamington Chapter of the Women's Economic Forum will start holding their monthly dinner meetings, the 3rd Wednesday of the month at the Pelee Days Inn & Conference Centre. This is an exciting new opportunity for business women in the Essex and Kent area. Belonging to WEF offers a great opportunity for women that are interested in networking and growing their business affiliations.