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The Great Liberation Talk Show

Apr
30
2022
Sat 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Topic: Managing a Business

Registration is FREE and seating is limited, so please be mindful and only register if you're certain you can attend!

The Great Liberation Talk Show - Entrepreneur Edition

Have you been re-evaluating your life since the pandemic? Do you own your own business, just recently started one or dream about a side hustle? Is fear and doubt holding you back from your goals? Don't know where to start? It's time to break free from fears and limitations. Let's talk about it. JOIN US FOR STORIES OF COURAGE AND HOPE FROM WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS. Journalist and Founder of She Flew the Coop, Sarah Colon-Harris, will moderate a discussion with women entrepreneurs who've been right where you are. We'll dive deep into how they got started, the challenges they faced, how they pivoted during the pandemic and the self-limiting beliefs they've had to overcome. We promise you'll walk away feeling inspired, connected and empowered. This isn't just another panel. We'll laugh, learn and share authentically. Guests include: Colleen Odegaard, Life Coach & Podcast Host, Wake up to your Life Sil Ganzo, Executive Director, Our Bridge for Kids Domonique Boone, CEO, Leslie's Laundry Care Molly Barker, Founder, Girls on the Run Emcee: Rocio Gonzalez, Executive Director, Women's Business of Charlotte Event time: 9am- Registration/Networking 10am-12pm - Talk show/Panel/Q & A Please note: Parking is free The Camino Community Center is located near IKEA 201 Stetson Dr. Charlotte, NC 28262 Complimentary Light Breakfast provided Invite a girlfriend! Men are welcome

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Fee: No Cost

Location

The Camino Community Center
201 Stetson Dr. Charlotte, NC 28207



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