We Live, We Lead: Empowering Women Leaders
Join with other community members as we explore the concepts of leadership. Anyone can be empowered to lead. This year long, monthly-series will highlight topics of leadership.
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June Event Strategic Thinking - Values
Featured Speaker: Reverend Deborah Knowlton
Event Description: The first meeting will focus on Values. Explore personal values to help improve self-awareness. By being self-aware participants can increase their ability to set clear goals and competence to build a vision of the future. These steps are part of the process towards reaching full potential and realizing dreams.
July Event Strategic Thinking - Vision
Featured Speaker: Joanne M. Knight
Event Description: This session will focus on helping every individual draw a “road map”. A road map reflects how a person is looking at their future.
August Event Strategic Leadership verses Managment

Featured Speaker:Tanisha Johnson
Topic: Leadership verses Management
Event Description: August's topic focuses on Leadership versus Management. The session's aim is to help the audience identify the main differences between a leader and a manager. Why do we need leaders? What does a great leader look like? Participants will focus on leadership characteristics.
September Event Change Management
Thursday, September 27th 6:00-7:45 PM
Topic: Change Management
Featured Speaker: Kabria Baumgartner

Speaker Bio:
Kabria Baumgartner, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor of American Studies at the University of New Hampshire. She is a scholar of nineteenth century African American history, culture, and literature. She has earned numerous awards to support her research, including fellowships from the Library Company of Philadelphia, American Antiquarian Society, Massachusetts Historical Society, and the National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation. Her work has appeared in journals such as the Ethnic Studies Review, New England Quarterly, Journal of the Early Republic, and the Journal of Social History. Her book, A Right To Learn: African American Women and Educational Activism in Antebellum America (under contract with New York University Press) tells a history of school desegregation in the early nineteenth century Northeast from the perspective of African American girls and women. She is currently working on her next project, an edited volume on the African American experience in Essex County, Massachusetts.


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Thursday, October 25th 6:00-7:45 PM

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November Event
Thursday, November 29th 6:00-7:45 PM

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