September 13, 2017
Philadelphia, PA – Women United kicked off the first fall event in our region with Attire to Inspire fashion show featuring the young women in our program, Girls Today, Leaders Tomorrow. It was a great opportunity for the girls to network with professional women from across the region and gave a compelling snapshot of the powerful impact of our support. For more information on the program, please visit: Women’s Leadership Initiative.
June 20 – 22, 2017
Las Vegas, NV – As a Women’s Business Enterprise, DOCUXCEL CEO, Susan Manning, attended The WBENC National Conference and Business Fair. This is the largest conference for women business owners in the U.S. All attendees are interested in expanding women’s business opportunities in the marketplace while engaging in workshops, discussions, and networking. The Business Fair included opportunities to network with exhibitors and other WBENC members.
March 21 – 23, 2017
New Orleans, LA – As a WBENC certified company, DOCUXCEL attended the 20th Anniversary Summit & Salute. The Summit engaged participants in a two day program filled with a focus on the future of various industries, business networking, and development opportunities. This event served as a significant opportunity to network and collaborate with like-minded, women leaders and develop sustainable strategic plans for diverse suppliers.
April 10 -12, 2017
Philadelphia, PA – Susan Manning, CEO of DOCUXCEL, presented the Reinvention of Site Logistics for Effective Change Management at MAILCOM 2017. This session focused on how globally competitive organizations are reinventing their logistics and distribution infrastructure to deliver unprecedented efficiency and satisfaction to their agile, mobile workforces today. For over 30 years, MAILCOM has served as the leading authority for mail communications management serving executives and managers from the leading corporations, governments, and institutions.
January 14, 2017
Susan Manning, CEO, participated in United Way’s Day of Service through the Women’s Leadership Initiative. Their signature program Girls Today, Leaders Tomorrow (GTLT) empowers girls in grades 7 through 12 who attend targeted schools in underserved communities. The focus is on embracing their leadership potential, helping them to become self- directed, self-regulated learners who stay on track for graduation from high school, prepared for college and career. Our day of service included the girls making up care packages that were mailed out to foster care college students thru Foster Care to Success.
For more information, visit United Way.