Are you interested in learning how to reach out to others in our communities, state, and beyond? Do you want ideas about how to serve refugees, those living in poverty, women and children who have survived abuse, or how to get involved in strengthening each other? If you’re ready to be more engaged in your community, this is the event for you. Come and learn how you can prepare to influence and lead through reaching out. Dr. Susan R. Madsen, founder of the Utah Women & Leadership Project, will moderate a lively and engaging panel of community experts on this topic (6:00-7:15 pm). Then, you will pick up some light refreshments and move to rooms where you can eat and informally learn and discuss more about how to get involved in helping: (1) refugees, (2) those living in poverty, (3) women and children who have survived abuse, and (4) other Utah girls and women served by local and state initiatives. Representatives from nonprofits, government, and other community organizations will be there to provide ideas and resources. Bring your phones and IPads to access interactive online tools. Women (12 years and older) are welcome to attend (men who support them can come too)! Come listen, learn, laugh, eat, and dialogue!
Tickets are free. The event will take place at the Sorensen Center (SC) Ballroom, Utah Valley University – 800 West University Parkway, Orem, UT 84058