Thomas Nelson Community College will present Empower Me Too, a free women’s conference featuring panelists who represent arts, education and more. Taking place March 17 at the Hampton campus in Wythe Hall Gallery, the event will focus on goal setting, working through fear and becoming a courageous visionary, among other topics.
Opening at 8:30 a.m. with registration and a vendor expo, the conference lasts through 2 p.m. and also includes a12:30 p.m. Emerald Green Luncheon. Students, Thomas Nelson personnel and community members are welcome to attend. Click HERE and register today.
Featured panelists for this Women’s History Month event are:
- Marilen Crump, author of “The Gifts of Grace and Gratitude” discussing living herstory;
- Kathrine Edwards, a life coach and professional organizer giving tips on life organization;
- Keisha Samuels, an assistant professor and chair of Thomas Nelson’s Human Service department discussing FEAR (Facing, Enduring, Always, Ready);
- Kate Anne Thomas, studio director at Kate Thomas Art, addressing I too, #MeToo and
- Dr. G. Nicole Walker, Interim Director of Tidewater Community College’s Student Center and lead counselor, Portsmouth campus, exploring fear to freedom.
The conference is sponsored by Ben & Jerry’s, Impressional Sweets, LaEvent Décor, Pepsi Bottling Group and Wells Fargo.
For more information about the March 17 conference, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (757) 825-3554.
Check out an upcoming Weekly Navigator for a feature article about the panelists.