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Time: 7:30am Reg. Actual Event: 8am – 10:30am
Location: 300 Spring Building,
300 Spring Street, Jeffersonville IN 47130
Early Bird RSVP: $35.00 – Online Sales are now closed
Admission @ The Door: $40.00
Join us for the W.E.W. Power Breakfast Series (hot breakfast will be served)
W.E.W. Power Breakfast Series, serves as an opportunity for extraordinary women of all walks of life to inspire and equip women to live their lives, own their terms. The most powerful asset we have in our society, are the women who have chosen to lead, become professional women, elected officials, business owners and last but not least Mothers. One woman alone is great and will change
many lives, but many women together empowering each other will change the world.
• Connect with distinguished women with diverse backgrounds from around the region
• Network, exchange ideas, and build relationships with like minded women
• To empower women to overcome life, career and family obstacles and to find their voice
• To create a platform that will empower our young girls to grow into strong women
• Peer to Peer mentoring
Email: INFO/RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: Miguel Hampton / 502-713-2072
Phone: Dana Kemp / 502-432-5657
Author of “The No Rules Way“
Founder of Arkham Executive, KY
Christy Smallwood, author of “The No Rules Way,” is also one of the founders of Arkham Executive in Louisville, Kentucky. Christy has 20+ years experience in media, advertising, marketing, leadership, and event production with various industries across all levels: radio, franchises, small business, corporate, and ministry/non-profits. She has worked with hundreds of business owners, sales professionals and leaders in the Kentucky/Southern Indiana region to get them to their next level of success and has spoke to thousands across the nation.
Her passion is:
– Guiding entrepreneurial heroes (business owners, leaders, sales professionals) to discover, define, and live their full potential.
– Empowering people within organizations to clear the clutter – to work more efficiently and effectively to grow internally, thus, expanding externally.
– Opening minds to make lasting change in their lives that can change the world around them. To see the “light bulbs” light up.
Maggie Harlow, owner of Sign-A-Rama Downtown Louisville and Transworld Business Advisors of Louisville, graduated from Indiana University with a BFA degree. After graduation she worked for her father in his retail car dealership for 13 years, eventually being named general manager, After selling the family business, Maggie and her husband Brian opened Signarama Downtown in 2003 and then Transworld Business Advisors in 2012.
Maggie is active in the Louisville business community in non-profits and business leadership organizations. She lives in the Highlands with her husband and two sons, ages 15 and 13.
Teah Williams-Hampton is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and is employed as therapist with LifeSpring Health Services in Southern Indiana. Her diverse social service background includes community mental health, residential, and correctional settings in the states of Indiana, Utah, and Ohio. Teah’s experience includes providing comprehensive therapy services to men, women, and adolescence suffering with all spectrums of trauma, mental illness, substance use, and life transitions. Her passion is developing partnerships with her clients in the process of growth, change, and healing. She holds a B.S. in Political Science from her beloved Wilberforce University, and an MSSW from the University Louisville. A committed member of St. Stephen Church in Southern Indiana, she volunteers as a choir member, a Sunday school teacher, and assistant children’s choir director. Teah is married to her college sweetheart of Miguel, and they have a 10 y/o daughter, Mireya (affectionately known as “Shug”).
Mirror Image Consulting, OH
Change Agent, Author, Public Speaker, USMC Pastor
Desiree Carter, Change Agent, author, speaker and pastor received her Masters degrees from The Methodist Theological School in Ohio; She received her B.A. degrees from Wilberforce University. She has over 20 years experience working in the area of mental health, domestic violence, and homelessness. Desiree’s mission is to help people not only turn every challenge into a positive possibility, but she empowers, and inspires her audiences to measure their success according to their definition of self.
Desiree’s programs The Gift, and The Common Denominator offers strategic tools that speak to these questions. “Who do you say that you are”? Will the real you please stand up?” She says if you are going to be an over comer you must be able to stand up tall, look yourself in the eye and answer.