Join April Marlewski-Hudzinski Thursday, Nov. 18 as she unpacks stories of what happens when individuals set aside the fear of rejection and start being vulnerable. The program is being presented by the Professional Women’s Connection-Ripon/Green Lake Chapter.

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Marlewski-Hudzinski is the owner of Paradigm U among her many other business interests.

She was raised in an entrepreneurial home, went to college and grad school and worked her way into what she thought was her dream job. But it didn’t feel right. So after a lot of tears and beating herself up for not being satisfied, she pivoted and took a blind faith leap into starting a business.

Ten years later, Marlewski-Hudzinski has owned several businesses and is an accredited investor. She’s navigated fertility and became a mother to three children. She’s experienced significant trauma and postpartum that lead to depression and anxiety and, most recently, has been on a journey of intentional personal development, exploring creative ways of healing and self-exploration.

This event will be held in the lower level banquet room at Christiano’s Pizza, W1917 Highway 23 in Green Lake.

Registration and networking will begin at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner and presentation at 6 p.m. Reservations must be made Tuesday, Nov. 16 at noon by registering at

Dinner will consist of a salad, pasta and assorted pizza buffet with cash bar. Member Price is $17, while the non-member price $22. Payment may be made online or upon arrival. Reservations made, but not honored, will be invoiced the cost of dinner selection.

Professional Women’s Connection is a networking group that provides educational opportunities for area business and professional women, focusing on professional growth, personal development and the enhancement of leadership skills.

It is not a fundraising organization. The money for the annual scholarship comes from member dues, allowing current members to give back to the next generation of professional women.

Those interested in joining Professional Women’s Connection may attend as a guest prior to joining the organization. Applications to join Professional Women’s Connection are available through membership chair Cassie Bornick at and also will be available at the meeting.

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