Acappella Attends Metrocrest Women’s Business Conference

North Dallas Care Manager Hope Self represented Acappella In Home Care at the 3rd Annual Metrocrest Women’s

North Dallas Care Manager Hope Self and Keynote Speaker Dr. Stacey Radin.

North Dallas Care Manager Hope Self and Keynote Speaker Dr. Stacey Radin.

Business Conference on Friday, September 23rd. Conference. Attendees enjoyed a full day of enrichment, seminars, and a presentation of the Metrocrest Chamber Business Woman of the Year Award. Hope is pictured on the left with keynote speaker and author Dr. Stacey Radin.

The Metrocrest Chamber of Commerce’s Women’s Business Forum Committee named Linda Rutherford, Southwest Airlines’ Vice President and Chief Communications Officer, as its 2016 Business Woman of the Year. The award, chosen from nominations received from Chamber members, honors one outstanding woman from the Metrocrest business community and is sponsored by Edward Jones, Sheryl Giles. The conference was presented by Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Carrollton. As a Metrocrest member, Hope Self was pleased to be a part of the exciting event.

Acappella Represented at Metrocrest Services’ 10th Annual Keyholder Breakfast

Metrocrest Services held its 10th Annual Keyholder Breakfast on March 19th at the Marriott Quorum Addison – and Acappella was there. Each year this event raises funds to help support assistance programs, which benefit local families and seniors. Mike Doocy, Channel 4 sports anchor and longtime Carrollton resident acted as Master of Ceremonies.

Metrocrest Services breakfast 3

From left to right, North Dallas Care Manager Hope Self, Mr. Doocy, and Donna Chandler of the Lewisville ISD Education Foundation.

Acappella RN Hosts ‘Economic Development Day’ for the Chamber of Commerce

North Dallas Care Manager Hope Self teamed up with Creekview High School Principal Joe LaPuma to host an Economic Development Day for the Chamber of Commerce on March 4, 2016. Hope and Principal LaPuma planned the event as members of Leadership Metrocrest – a special Chamber program designed to increase the community knowledge and leadership skills of community leaders. Hope is pictured below with Chamber President Erin Carney.

Metrocrest HS and Chamber President Erin Carney

The day began at Carrollton City Hall with a Panel Discussion of area Economic Development Directors. A presentation by David Weekley Homes followed, focusing on the impact of new developments in Carrollton. Participants enjoyed lunch on the rooftop ‘Skyvue’ of the Fiori, pictured below.  Tom Lamberth, VP of Development at the UDR Corporation, gave insights into this upscale, multi-family, retail and commercial development in Addison.

Metrocrest Lunch at Skyvue'

After lunch, the Metrocrest group visited the Addison Treehouse. Founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (aka The DEC), the Treehouse is a resource center for aspiring entrepreneurs. The afternoon concluded with a music/dance presentation by a new and innovative local business in Carrollton, 410 Line Dancers.