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Breaking Barriers: A Women’s Leadership Luncheon in Rockwall

Texas’s Rockwall – The “Breaking Barriers: A Women’s Leadership Luncheon” will be held at the Dr. Gene Burton College & Career Academy on November 30th. The Professional Women’s Alliance is happy to host the inspiring event that is supposed to bring together a lot of women who have gone against the grain and broken through the “glass ceiling” in their fields.

“Breaking Barriers: A Women’s Leadership Luncheon” is on November 30 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The luncheon, which is scheduled to take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. CST, will highlight these trailblazing women as they share their own stories of desire, persistence, and success. People who attend will have the rare chance to hear directly from these leaders about how they overcame difficulties and problems to make big changes in the business world.

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Dr. Gene Burton College & Career Academy is located at 2301 John King Blvd

The venue at 2301 John King Blvd will become a hub for inspiring events and talks about job advancement, work-life balance, and making a difference in the world. This event is both a celebration of accomplishments and an important way for professionals with a shared vision of empowerment and leadership to meet with each other and find mentors.

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“Breaking Barriers: A Women’s Leadership Luncheon” is presented by Rockwall Heath Counseling

The event is presented by Rockwall Heath Counseling and organizers are proud of how important it is for women to get together and build strong support networks. As more hurdles are taken down, it’s more important than ever to share information and give young women leaders more confidence.

This event is open to both Professional Women’s Alliance members and non-members, so there will be a wide range of experiences and points of view. To make sure you get a spot, event organizers say to buy your passes early. Spots are limited.

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It’s all about Rockwall area women helping and supporting each other

The “Breaking Barriers: A Women’s Leadership Luncheon” isn’t like any other show. The message is for women to support and help each other and to show their qualities. The Breaking Barriers: A Women’s Leadership Luncheon is a sign of progress in a world where women’s leadership is becoming more recognized but still faces many problems. Women from all walks of life are welcome to connect, share their experiences, and encourage each other to hit new heights in their personal and professional lives.

For additional details and information about the event, please contact Kelsey at [email protected]. For tickets click here.

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Meet the panel:

Michelle Coleman – Human Resources Director, Amazon

Karen Coughlin – General Manager, SpringHill Suites by Marriott

Dr. Megan Gist – Chief Academic Officer of Secondary Schools

Lindy Hammon – Project Manager, Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors

Ariana Kistner – Fire Marshal, Rockwall Fire Department

Cindy Perrin – President, Texas Health Hospital Rockwall

Mary Smith – City Manager, City of Rockwall

Stephani Woodward – County Court at Law 2 Judge, Rockwall County

Breaking Barriers: A Women's Leadership Luncheon is scheduled for November 30 at 11 a.m. at Dr. Gene Burton College & Career Academy in Rockwall Breaking Barriers: A Women's Leadership Luncheon is scheduled for November 30 at 11 a.m. at Dr. Gene Burton College & Career Academy in Rockwall

William Wilson

William, a junior writer, recently embarked on his journalism career. He is dedicated to reporting news promptly as events unfold.

William Wilsonhttps://rockwall.news
William, a junior writer, recently embarked on his journalism career. He is dedicated to reporting news promptly as events unfold.
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