David Banks Is Speaker At Monthly Scenic City Women's Network Meeting

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Scenic City Women’s Network will be holding its monthly Marketplace networking luncheon with national and international speaker, Dr. David Banks.

Dr. David Banks has a PhD in Psychology. He is a certified relationship specialist, marriage coach, and certified behavioral consultant. He is president of the Institute of Leadership Deployment and Kingdom Culture Network. Dr. Banks is the pastor of The Empowerment Church. He is the author of a marriage book titled "2 Become 1" and has recently published his second book along with his wife, Lady Sylvia entitled, "Draw Me Close." Dr. Banks is president of a consultant company called Noble Success LLC.

Dr. Banks specialize in: 
Leadership Management
Marriage Enhancement
Purpose Discovery

Dr. Banks is a sought out speaker nationally and internationally. He and his wife, Sylvia and their three children; Benjamin, Caleb and "Princess" Maiya make their home in the north Georgia area.
The luncheon will be held at the Mountain City Club, 729 Chestnut St., Chattanooga, TN.

Reservations can be made on the SCWN website: www.scwn.org under the event tab.  Tickets are $20. Reservation deadline is March 21.

Networking and registration begins at 11:30 a.m. with lunch and program starting at 12-1 p.m.  

For more information, call 423-698-6262 or email admin@scwn.org.

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