Southern Ocean Women in Business Head to LBI Foundation

The Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce and Southern Ocean Chamber Association celebrates fall with their popular Women in Business Roundtable on Tuesday, September 26 starting at 10am. The gathering will take place at the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences. LBIF Executive Director Daniella Kerner as well as spotlight recent renovations, activities and their 75th Anniversary. Founded by Dr. Boris Blai, a student of sculptor Augueste Rodin and founding Dean of the Tyler School of Art at Temple University. The LBIF is an outstanding community and cultural facility that provides outstanding workshops, exhibitions and educational programming.  An art exhibition is on display in the main gallery, and attendees are encouraged to take it all in. The Women in Business event will take place in their main building located at 120 Long Beach Boulevard, Loveladies.  Breakfast will be provided. 

The Women in Business Roundtable is part of the Southern Ocean Chamber’s Open for Business program. It is the goal of this to provide women who are doing business in the community with supportive network of peers. There is no fee if you RSVP to the Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce office. The Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences has been devoted to bringing arts and sciences programming to LBI and the surrounding community, attendees will network among this iconic facility on the marsh and learn the story of its unique founder and how the mission has evolved to today.

The regional chamber is celebrating its milestone 109th year, for more information please go to or call 609 494 7211. Follow on Facebook and Instagram as Southern Ocean Chamber, or join the national conversation as LBI Region on twitter, Facebook, Insta, and TikTok. Listen to their weekly radio show the LBI Region Report on WBNJ 91.9FM. To learn more or to RSVP for this chamber member only event, contact Kate Krier, Business Development Coordinator at