Rankin Career Women Luncheon November 8, 2022 - Archived

  • Tue, Nov 8, 2022 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • The Vault Venue

    202 North College Street
    Brandon, Mississippi 39042
Ticket Price $20.00 This event is now over

Carolyn Boteler has been with TempStaff since its inception in 1979 and has seen the evolution of the staffing industry over the years. As the Owner and President, Carolyn is the heartbeat of TempStaff. She is actively involved in the daily operations of the company, leading TempStaff to be the preeminent staffing company in Mississippi.

She is a Past President of TempNet, an international association of independently owned staffing services. She currently serves as the Member Recruitment Chairperson for TSIL, a member-owned, worker’s compensation insurance captive for the staffing industry.  Carolyn is a trainer and motivational speaker for numerous groups, including local chambers of commerce leadership programs, colleges and universities, private corporations, and government agencies.

Carolyn has a passion for giving back to our community. She is actively involved on the boards for the RankinFirst, Mississippi Development Bank, Shannon’s Home of Hope, and Hope Rising. Carolyn has been recognized as one of the 50 Leading Business Women in Mississippi and Top 50 CEO’s in Mississippi along with numerous other honors. When not working or volunteering, you may find her playing with her grandkids or at the beach.

Date & Time

Tue, Nov 8, 2022 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Venue Details

The Vault Venue

202 North College Street
Brandon, Mississippi 39042 The Vault Venue
Multiplying Impact

Rankin Career Women (RCW) was developed from my own desire to give back to the community following an event in 2017, when my friend unexpectedly and shockingly took her own life.  She was a wife, mother and career woman, just like me and just like so many of the ladies that attend Rankin Career Women luncheons.  Every other month, we meet for a catered lunch at The Vault Venue in Brandon.  Luncheons include fun door prizes, decorated tables and take-aways for each attendee. There is something about the “power of same”, when we share our stories and connect with each other, without regard to race or economic status.  Sometimes the good story and the hard story are the same story. 



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