"Think Like A Woman, Act Like A Woman"

"Think Like A Woman, Act Like A Woman" is a highly successful workshop series that engages the "whole woman." Each workshop is a sensory experience unto itself, blending panel discussions, audience participation, music, entertainment, networking, and more. 

"Think Like A Woman..."

An intimate evening off dialogue, discovery & sisterhood. This is an engaging evening specifically designed for women, by women, and about women sharing topics that generate the pulse of life in 2016. “Think Like a Woman” features a dynamic panel of accomplished women panelists who share their success story along with tips and tools on the role that spirituality, sexuality and self perception played in their own amazing journeys. This event speaks to the heart of womanhood today with built-in support and resources for each participant. It’s a community… a sisterhood of empowered women like no other.

Passion & Purses!

Premise: It’s time to design your life and your future just the way you want. The second event in the popular difference-making series, “Think Like A Woman, Act Like A Woman” is an intimate evening of discovery designed for every woman who has ever experienced a joyous triumph or faced a financial challenge… With an outstanding panel of women leaders in business, spirituality, education and more, “Passion & Purses” is a cozy conversation about what matters most to women committed to living empowered lives. Unlock your passion code. Expand your purse. And, grow your network of inspiring, supportive, successful women.

Lemonade Stand

A Celebration of Competing Narratives,” the third installment in the “Think Like A Woman, Act Like A Woman Empowerment Series, unravels the feminine experience (distinct from the female experience) of what it’s like to hold steadfastly to the vision for a relationship when the person you love doesn’t hold that same vision. This spirited, engaging event explores the many facets of a woman’s power when confronted by infidelity and emboldened by love; and what’s possible through forgiveness whether a couple is together or apart.

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