REFRESHED, RENEWED, INSPIRED
MARYLHURST UNIVERSITY / SATURDAY 5/12
Enjoy hands-on workshops, demos, and presentations on nutrition, creativity, exercise, mindfulness, resilience, grit, and more, culminating in an evening cocktail reception to honor the bold women reshaping Oregon, as well as those who paved the way.
Open to Women 13+ and up.
Portland Monthly invites all attendees and past Oregon Women Issue Honorees to enjoy cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and conversations with Women Who are Changing the World.
Georgia Lee Hussey, sculptor and founder of Modernist Financial, talks about how to align your spending with your vision and values. “Have a Vision. Know Your Money Story. Buy the Damn Coffee.”
A panel discussion by amazing women who’ve started everything from non-profits to angel investment companies. They’ll tell you how to make your dreams happen and how it will change your life.
Participate in two 30-minute hands-on sessions from pottery to painting, writing lessons, to rock camp. (13 different choices available.) Find your bliss.
Justice Adrienne Nelson, Oregon’s first black Supreme Court Justice will tell her awe-inspiring story of drive and determination. Raised in Gurdon, Arkansas Nelson became the first black valedictorian of her high school. (Oh yeah, after her mother sued the school district who had decided to give the honor to a lower GPA student, who was white.)
Peggy Maguire, Senior Vice President, Corporate Accountability and Performance at Cambia Health Solutions and Portland Monthly’s 2017 Light a Fire Extraordinary Board Member award winner.
Participate in two 30-minute hands-on group classes, choosing from an amazing list of 10 possibilities: from mediation to dance, self-defense to spin class.
A Panel discussion with four remarkable Wellness Entrepreneurs who are breaking stereotypes and body conscious culture by questioning the unattainable, and often UNhealthy imagery associated with women’s athleticism.
(with a welcome from Portland Monthly’s co-founder and her inspiring story of triumph over tragedy)