Writing to Save Your Life (6 weeks)
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Writing to Save Your Life (6 weeks)

Writing to Save Your Life
August 2-September 6| 7:00pm–8:30pm | 6 wks

To write the truth of lives, to heal, and then to share our story, takes work. A lot of work. It also takes support, and a little bit of guidance. This course will help you get your story down on paper—whether you want to publish it or not. The outcome of this class is to identify the story that is pushing its way out of you—the story that you must tell, in order to heal, and to survive. Over the course of 6 weeks, we’ll cover three different phases-- journaling, deepening, and ultimately drafting. All you need for this class is a notebook and pen.

Cost: $75 for 6 weeks 

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TEDxXavier "Decoding Deception"
5:00 PM17:00

TEDxXavier "Decoding Deception"

I am honored to emcee and host this year's event at Xavier University. We hope to inspire conversations centered on the theme, Decoding Deception. Our 2016 event will be held on Xavier University's campus in the Conaton Learning Commons on April 14th from 5:00PM to 8:00PM.  

This year’s event will showcase six unique speakers. Please see below for the complete speaker list.

Kyra Shahid – Center for Diversity and Inclusion, Xavier University

Paul Miller – Creator of Circus Mojo

Amber Hunt – Investigative journalism, Cincinnati Enquirer

Julie Pugh – Lawyer at Graydon Head

Mike Moroski – Executive Director of UpSpring

Christy Demetrakis – Senior Account Executive at Proctor & Gamble

Register today.

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9:30 AM09:30

Speaking at the 9th Annual Women's Day--Clermont County Women's Initiative Network (WIN)

Wednesday, October 7th


Danise DiStasi; President, DiStasi Advisors, LLC REALational Leadership; A Bold Competitive Advantage for Women

Mary Curran Hackett, Author The Space Between: Calmly Bridging the Distance Between Your Fears and Dreams

Vikki Glaug; YMCA Instructor Trainer Gentle Chair Yoga to Calm Your Soul

8:00am - 1:00pm Members $40 and Non-Members $60 Register today


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