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Celebrate With Empowering Tomorrow’s Women Today

Celebrate With Empowering Tomorrow’s Women Today


Jan 08, 2018 Dr Kristina Nelson

If you are looking to attend a fun, free event that can help you both support and empower women, then you won’t want to miss Dallas’s Empowering Tomorrow’s Women Today. This Dallas community event is being held to help motivate and prepare women in networking, income potential, and finances.  Empowering Tomorrow’s Women Today will be held on Saturday, January 20th at the Blackstone Launch Pad.

A Charitable Event

Empowering Tomorrow’s Women Today is brought to you by Scratch, a company that works to help teens find jobs and work locally. Proceeds and gifts from the event will be donated to the Genesis Women’s Shelter to help women recovering from abuse and other issues, allowing you to take place in something that will better the local community. The event will include several speakers and panelists that will be on hand to help inspire, prepare, and motivate women to get more financially prepared.

Speakers at this event will include Amber Griffin, and international model who started the Model Prep Program; Randi Rubenstein who is a speaker and author, Summer Pailet, the owner of Collaborative Managing Partner. Janelle Brandom, a social media anchor for WFAA 8 News’s Daybreak Morning Show, will moderate the event.

Registration

You do need to register ahead of time to attend this event, but it is free, and there are no official ticket prices. The event will take place on January 20th from 2 PM until 4 PM. For donations, the event hosts encourage you to bring a gift card to donate to the Genesis Women’s Shelter. If you would like to learn more about the event, you can visit the event organizer’s website here.

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