Women Business Owners Network (WBON) announces that Gloria Salvanelli will become the organizations new appointee to the Vermont Commission on Women Advisory Council.According to Meredith Martin Davis, WBON Executive Director, Gloria has a very strong passion for womens issues and will be a positive contributor to the Advisory Council. We are looking forward to having a member of WBON participate on the Advisory Council and contribute to the wonderful work that the Vermont Commission on Women does for women in our state.The Womens Business Owners Network (WBON) is an association of over 140 women business owners from Vermont and New Hampshire who support one another in the pursuit of business and personal success. WBON has monthly chapter meetings in Burlington, Brattleboro, the Upper Valley, Rutland, and Montpelier, as well as conferences and social events throughout the year.Gloria Salvanelli is a 22-year veteran of the marketing business, and owner of her own marketing firm, GCS Marketing. As a former Marketing Director for Deck House, Communications Manager for Vermont Castings, and Director of Account Services for Evergreen Direct, Gloria has planned, budgeted and bought local, regional, and national advertising in TV, radio, magazines, and newspapers. As Public Relations Manager with Serono Pharmaceuticals in Boston, Dow Chemical in Europe, and both Stratton Mountain and Sugarbush Resort in Vermont, Gloria placed articles with national papers such as The Boston Globe, The Wall Street Journal, The Burlington Free Press, Newsday and The New York Times. She has also had four segments with the NBC Today Show, along with segments on CNN, ESPN and CBS, to list a few. Gloria has also authored articles in national magazines in both Canada and the United States, nominated and included in Whos Who in American Women, and worked with sports legends such as Bobby Orr and Mike Eruzione for the U.S.O.C. Clients include VSO Waltz Night, Anthony Pollina and Creative Habitat. She has been a WBON member since 2003.For more information, go to www.wbon.org(link is external) or call 802-363-WBON.