Direct script access denied. PWB June Meeting to Focus on Marketing to Millennials

Join the Atlanta Chapter of the Professional Women in Building Council (PWB) for an exciting panel discussion on marketing to millennials at its June program meeting on Wednesday, June 7 at Villa Christina.

From 5:15 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., PWB will host a panel discussion featuring seasoned experts on building, real estate, design and social media. The discussion will focus on marketing to the millennial generation, including what motivates their real estate needs, the latest market trends and more.

Michelle Campbell, Atlanta Division President of Taylor Morrison, will discuss building and Paige Shipp, a real estate professional at Metro Study will present on real estate. Lesley McCarthy, Regional Vice President of Builders Design, will talk about design and Tyler Lynch, Metro Atlanta Territory Manager of Codarus, will speak on social media. The discussion will be moderated by Irene Hall, Marketing Director at FrontDoor Communities and Chairman of PWB’s Atlanta Chapter.

The meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 7 at the Hyatt at Villa Christina, located at 4000 Summit Boulevard in Atlanta. Registration and networking begins at 5:15 p.m., followed by dinner and the program at 6:00.­­

The cost to attend is $40 for PWB members, $50 for non-PWB members and $60 for non-HBA members. To avoid a $15 walk-in fee, pre-register here.

Membership in PWB is available to individuals from any Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association member company. PWB members enjoy a wide selection of benefits, including access to educational opportunities for improving and growing their business, networking opportunities with professionals and leaders from all areas of the home building industry. Additionally, members benefit from eligibility for scholarships and grants, direct knowledge about legislation affecting the industry and the prospect of building lasting personal and professional relationships locally and nationally with successful and supportive women.

For questions about the meeting or program, contact Monica Saunders at For more information about PWB, visit

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