Showcasing women-owned businesses in Northern Virginia and beyond

The monthly Sterling Women luncheon provides a friendly and comfortable opportunity for business women to network and learn from each other.

Beverly Morton Billand

Beverly Morton Billand, co-owner of the award-winning Restaurant at Patowmack Farm in Lovettsville, is the  next featured speaker for the October event. She is a native of Virginia, and is a nurse by profession, an organic farmer, mother and grandmother. She is an advocate of locally grown, seasonal and organic produce, and is a staunch supporter of local small businesses, farmers and community organizations.

Sterling Women was founded by Reston Limousine CEO and President Kristina Bouweiri in 2008 as a networking opportunity. Sterling Women has no membership fees or dues, and only charges for the cost of lunch.

The next lunch will be held on Thursday Oct. 11 at the National Conference Center in Leesburg. Click here to register.

11 am — Networking and shopping

11:50 am   â€” Seated lunch and Opening remarks

12:30 pm — Program commences

12:50 pm — Closing remarks and Door prizes

Interested in sponsoring a lunch, exhibiting or becoming a vendor at the next Sterling Women luncheon? Click here for more information, or email Sharon Ragland at sragland@restonlimo.com and put “Sterling Women” in the subject line or call her at 703-478-0500 x511.

Some Sterling Women regular luncheon attendees recently provided testimonials on how much value they get from the monthly event. If you haven’t been to a lunch yet, or haven’t been in a while, consider this video your personal invitation to attend the next luncheon.

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