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Whatcom Women in Business Announces 2019 Professional Woman of the Year

Whatcom Women in Business has named Lynn Giuliani, President of Progressions Inc., as the 2019 Professional Woman of the Year.

Progressions Inc. is a Bellingham training and consulting company specializing in helping companies create a customer driven sales culture with confident, professional team members. Her approach is to form a partnership with her clients, so she walks them through all the steps of change using her coaching model and vast experience.

Lynn has authored 5 books and created over 300 training modules. She takes great pride in customizing all her training to her clients’ needs. The skills that Lynn imparts are universal skills that help in all parts of ones’ life.

Lynn holds the prestigious designation of Certified Speaking Professional earned by less than 300 women worldwide. She is often asked to spend time with classmates or their family to help them with career direction or the simple challenges of life. Lynn is always willing to do so, as with nearly 50 years of experience it is a joy to help others.

From speaking on Cruise Ships, to Classrooms throughout the US, to one on one Executive Coaching- Lynn’s experience and people skills are vast. In the past 5 years she has dedicated a good portion of her time to sharing her speaking and training talents with Non-Profits. Lydia Place, Engedi Refuge, NW Youth Services and Jansen Art Center are just a few of the organizations she donates her time to in training and fund raising. Lynn serves on the Board for Jansen Art Center. You will also see her at most of local auctions with undoubtedly one of her hand made pottery pieces as a donation.

Lynn and her husband Mike have 4 children between them and 5 grandchildren. They are grateful for the full and rewarding life they share.


Whatcom Women In Business
Nominees for 2019 Professional Woman of the Year (L to R):
Teresa Taylor, Lummi Indian Business Council
Alyssa Springs, Flow Motion Message & Yoga Studio
Lynn Giuliani, Progressions
Pam Brady, BP
Teresa Dalton, The Firehouse Arts and Events Center

The 2019 Professional Woman of the Year finalists embody the heart of the areas WWIB seeks to honor: Business Acumen, Community Involvement, Leadership, and Mentoring.


Whatcom Women in Business is a membership based, and volunteer run, non-profit organization comprised of business owners and managers developing and maintaining proactive role models within the organization and the community at large. Through teaching, learning, leadership and peer support, the organization strives to exemplify and promote the four areas we honor- leadership, professionalism, mentoring, and community.

Guests are welcome at regular membership meetings held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at the Bellingham Golf and Country Club. WWIB is dedicated to giving back to the community and does so by financial and volunteer support of a Charity of the Year (proudly supporting Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services in 2018), and through scholarships to women furthering their education. For more information about the Professional Woman of the Year, membership, and scholarship opportunities see www.wwib.org.


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