Real Women | Real Strength

A Panel Discussion and Networking Program Bringing Together Top-Performing Women in Restoration and Cleaning To Examine Current Opportunities for Personal Growth and Advancement in the Industry

It’s Time to Be Heard

Explore real life situations of women who have accomplished amazing things, often without ever receiving the acknowledgement they deserved. Learn what steps you need to take to not only speak up, but to be listened to and respected as a leader in your company and in the industry.

Achieve More

Challenge your perceptions when it comes to how women define excellence in themselves and in others. Identify critical steps to accomplish your best so you can make your dreams become reality. Embrace the importance of believing in your abilities and taking a chance on yourself.

Being in Good Company

As Jane Austin wrote, “… clever, well-informed people who have a great deal of good conversation; that is what I call good company.” Network with other top-performing women in restoration and cleaning to learn new strategies to better your company by being in the best of company. Discuss ways to bring positive change to the workplace and to your professional and personal life.

Click here for the downloadable brochure about the program, and here to register using The Violand Executive Summit registration form. Or, call Jeff Jones at +1 800 360 3513 for more details.


Inspire Confidence ∙ Celebrate Each Other ∙ Achieve Results
Embrace Healthy Self-Promotion ∙ Recognize the Struggle and the Success
Be Proud ∙ Be Focused ∙ Be Heard


Date: June 14, 2017
Time: 1-5 pm
Location: Canton, OH
Cost: $199
Seating is Limited


For more information call +1 800 360 3513


Michelle Blevins joined the Restoration & Remediation team as Editor in Chief in April of 2015. Aside from the monthly print issue, Michelle maintains R&R’s website, social media channels, video content and more – with a big focus on marketing her brand digitally to readers. Prior to working with R&R, Michelle was the executive producer for a local TV station in Michigan, and before that a reporter/editor at a small town newspaper in Indiana. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Central Michigan University in Journalism and Public Relations.