Gallery owner, Haley Savage, generously hosted a private reception for myself, notable guests, and the sponsors of NDCC’s Fall Event, Gloria Feldt’s NO Excuses: 9 Ways Women Can Change How They Think About Power.
The afternoon reception was held at the Haley Gallery Prior to my speaking engagement at the Hilton Columbus at Easton on October 12, 2011.
Photo (above): Haley Savage, Haley Gallery Owner, and Gloria Feldt, Author and Featured Speaker for NDCC’s 2011 Fall Event
Photo: (Below) Former OH Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner (facing) talking with New Directions Career Center executive director Linda Danter (in turquoise jacket) at pre-event reception benefitting the NDCC, generously hosted in the beautiful Hayley Gallery in Columbus OH. Jennifer brilliantly spearheaded my Columbus Day events in Columbus (if you can believe that serendipity), along with her sister Andrea Junck Dowding.
New Directions Career Center Event
Hilton Columbus at Easton
When I speak to organizations or conferences, I often ask the question “When did you know you had the power to_____.” Each person fills in the blank for herself. Then we discuss the answers with one another.
So after my keynote speech for the New Directions Career Center in Columbus OH (a fantastic organization that helps low income women gain economic self-sufficiency), I had one of those defining moments that reminds me why I travel at every chance to share the No Excuses message of changing how we think about power so that we can embrace it in a positive way.
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