Tassie Cantrell, President and CEO of the Cantrell Center, received the “Woman of Achievement” award after being nominated by the Warner Robins Business and Professional Women’s Club. She was also named “Woman of Achievement” by the Georgia Federation of Business & Professional Women’s Club for her outstanding service and dedication to the community.
Warner Robins Business and Professional Women’s Club
The Warner Robins Business and Professional Women’s Club (WRBPW) was organized in 1965 as a chapter of the Georgia Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Club, Inc. Both clubs were established under the National Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Club which was founded on July 15, 1919. The BPW Club promotes the interests and advancement of women in the workplace.
Over the past years, the WRBPW has supported and provided donations to various organizations and businesses in the community such as:
- Out of the Darkness (Anti-trafficking ministry that reach, rescue, and restore all victims of sexual exploitation)
- Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post #605 (Warner Robins)
- Hearts to Hero (Supports Militart)
- Cantrell Center (Run to Lose 5K & Fun Run)
- Connections on the Parkway (Family Support)
- Project Linus (Supports Children’s Hospital, Macon)
- Salvation Army Safe House
- Read Foundation
- Cherished Children Golf Tournament
- Meals on Wheels Golf Tournament
- Donated School Supplies to Local School
The WRBPW meetings are held every 3rd Thursday of each month at the Westcliff Clubhouse on Westcliff Blvd (off Watson Blvd) in Warner Robins. Both men and women are encouraged to join.