NATIONAL and STATE AFFILIATION
The Cape Canaveral Pen Women is a branch of the Florida State Association of The National League of American Pen Women, Inc. (FSA/NLAPW), a nonprofit umbrella organization that provides support to all Florida Pen Women. We are comprised of professional women who are artists, published writers and musical composers. By conducting and promoting creative, educational, and charitable activities, the Cape Canaveral Pen Women conduct community outreach to promote all aspects of art, music and writing. We give two scholarships a year to deserving young women studying art, music and letters.
Located on Florida’s Space Coast, the Canaveral branch is governed by a president, two vice presidents, a secretary and a treasurer. Prospective members must meet certain professional requirements which may be found on the National web site.
The Canaveral Pen Women meet on a monthly basis from January through April and September through November at the Suntree Viera Library. May is our annual scholarship luncheon, and December is a non-business get-together to celebrate the end-of-year holidays when we collect toys and gifts for several outreach programs including the Hacienda Girls Ranch.
The owl is the Pen Women mascot. Learn more about Pen Women by visiting the following:
For more information about membership,
please email Cape Canaveral President Mia Crews at email@example.com.
The Cape Canaveral Pen Women
Saturday April 11, 2015
902 Jordan Blass Drive
Program: 10 AM
Kelly G. Swartz
Kelly G. Swartz practices in the areas of intellectual property and business law. She received a B.S. in computer engineering with high honors from the University of Florida and worked as an electrical engineer before earning her J.D. with high honors from Barry University School of Law. She is a patent attorney registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office and is licensed to practice in the state courts of Florida, the federal Middle District of Florida, the federal Southern District of Florida, and the federal Northern District of Florida. She is a member of the American Bar Association, the Brevard County Bar Association, and a board member of the Brevard Bar Foundation.
When Ms. Swartz is away from the office, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Neil, and their three children. While working for GE Harris Railway Electronics she was an inventor of U.S. Patent 6,896,339. She gives back to her community as a member of the Junior League of South Brevard, a board member of the Parent Teacher Organization, and a Justice Teaching volunteer.
Questions: email Mia Crews firstname.lastname@example.org