The Center for Sexual Assault Crisis Counseling and Education presents its 3rd Annual Women Empowering Women forum on February 25, 2015 in Stamford, Connecticut. This year’s panel discussion, entitled “Building Your Personal Brand,” will be moderated by Rebecca Surran, Emmy Award-Winning Anchor at News 12 Connecticut.
- Mary Abbazia: Managing Director of Impact Planning Group; author of “The Accidental Marketer”
- Renie Anderson: SVP of Sponsorships and Partnership Management for the NFL
- Natalie Grainger: Director of The Chelsea Piers Squash Program; former #1 World and current U.S. Women’s Squash Champion
- Judy Goss: Founder and CEO of Over 40 Females
At the 3rd Annual “Women Empowering Women: Building Your Personal Brand” these successful and inspiring women will share their stories and insights on how they consciously think about and control their brand and the messages it sends. Each will offer her perspectives on how she has gotten to where she is today, how she intertwines life and work, and what she does to differentiate herself in order to move ahead.
The evening also features an opportunity for guests to connect with the presenters, mentors and attendees before the panel discussion over cocktails/hors d’oeuvres and after, over coffee/dessert.
New this year: exhibitor tables focused on empowering women in our community — and a free raffle! To date, this year’s sponsors include Tudor Investment Corporation, Shenkman and Serendipity.
Tickets are available now at $75.00 per person. Friends of The Center Tickets are $1,000 (includes 4 tickets plus special recognition) and $500 (includes 2 tickets plus special recognition). Sponsorships are also available.
Event Date and Location:
Wednesday, February 25, 6 pm – 9 pm
Stamford Marriott Hotel and Spa
243 Tresser Blvd., Stamford, CT
To register or for further information about becoming a sponsor, call 203-348-9346 or visit www.thecenter-ct.org.
All proceeds from Women Empowering Women will go to The Center’s crisis counseling, advocacy, and education programs. Serving the towns of Westport, Wilton, Weston, Darien, Greenwich, Stamford, Norwalk and New Canaan, The Center provided crisis counseling to over 450 people and prevention education to nearly 20,000 children and adults over the last year alone.