Women of color will be equipped with a proven performance enhancement strategy that empowers them to activate the power of their best self to lead boldly on a consistent basis and deliver results essential to HER success. The conference workbook will serve as a go-to reference guide for attendees to use to make notes of key takeaways and insights while at the same time create a personal roadmap for success based on the information that will be shared during each master class session to maximize HER magic.
In order for women of color to harness their authentic power and realize more of their potential, they will need to show up, step up and speak up for HER dreams and goals.
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If you are an ambitious, growth-minded woman of color it is important that you invest time and energy toward developing habits and skills that will help you maintain a leading edge in the midst of all the change happening around you and in the world. Immerse yourself in this groundbreaking training and be inspired, be educated, be equipped and be empowered to overcome your unique challenges and optimize opportunities to lead yourself, your career and business to new heights. You have the potential for greatness.
You know it. You can feel it. Join us to experience the power of our collective magic and sisterhood while receiving the support and practical guidance you need to lead forward with greater clarity, courage, confidence AND a conviction toward the success you want to achieve. Young women of color age 16 years and older are encouraged to attend.
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A sports Editor with the Lexington Chronicle and formerly the senior sports writer at the Times and Democrat, he has covered high school and college sports in the Midlands and surrounding areas for over 20 years. Renee Lowder is a South Carolina native and has called Chapin home for the last 20 years. She has worked in broadcast sales for both radio and television for over 25 years! Country radio is her passion. She loves spending time with her family and pulling for the South Carolina Gamecocks! He has nearly 20 years of broadcast experience including on-air, production, programming, and marketing.
In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his son Cameron, his four rescue dogs, and melting into the couch watching college and Dallas Cowboys football.
Leslie Hayes has worked in radio for the past 17 years. Leslie is the head administrator for The Dude and Cola Daily. Leslie is the pivot point between the sales staff, programming and production. Originally from Pennsylvania, Hayes stays true to her home teams, the Steelers and the Penguins. Hayes is married with a daughter and two 4-legged kids. That is truer than true! There is no one alive who is you-er than you! Tyler Cup has worked in radio for over 10 years. Specializing in sports and sales, he has called play-by-play for football, basketball, baseball, softball, track, volleyball, and even wrestling.
Tyler has served as the radio voice of the Lugoff-Elgin Demons athletic program since Memories and local legends are made. Chris Turner is originally from Chapin, South Carolina.
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