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You can read all the details here for the event,“Women Empowering Women” Series of Dialogue Scaling Up…Can I Dream Big, happening this Friday, March 18, from 8:30am to 1:30pm, at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Independence just off 77.
But all you really need to know is that Gloria Feldt is the featured panelist and keynote speaker along with several other powerful personalities who will get you motivated and moving (as if what’s been going on in Ohio this week hasn’t been enough to get anyone out of even the worst stupor).
I must also give a plug to say that Gloria has been a personal and professional role model and mentor to me. I am grateful for her letting me in close enough to really observe her and learn from her directly and indirectly. She is simply that warm and embracing, while also being a fierce, fierce advocate for women and women’s rights. Given that another woman, Connie Schultz, about whom I feel very similarly will also be part of this event, I feel extremely lucky.
And I’m not even mentioning that the fantastic Pepper Pike resident, Rita Singh, who was inducted into the Ohio Women’s Hall of Fame last year, is the organizer of this entire series for women. Ahem.
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