NAWBO is more than a women's business organization. We have a well respected presence in Washington, D.C. having contributed to women business owners throughout the U.S.A. Women's advocacy, along with legislation signed by Ronald Reagan allows us to schedule one one one conversations, if we wish, with our Congressman/women once a year on Advocacy Day in Washington D. C. Women's Business in Sedona
Come celebrate Spring with your NAWBO SVV Sistahs on Wednesday, April 17th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm on the patio of Vino Di Sedona located in west Sedona. Admission is FREE..you purchase what you'd like to drink or/and eat. See you there!
Everything in a wolf’s nature tells it to be part of something greater than itself, a pack.
Yet we as humans seem to struggle with that concept.
Join us for a lively exploration of what it means to be part of a pack: When we actively empower each other we all thrive.
The conversation will include:
• What exactly is a wolf pack? How do its members foster each other's success?
• Common misconceptions that act as obstacles both personally and professionally; where do we find common ground?
• The ripple effect of your actions as a pack member, on yourself and others.
• How as women does our support of each other differ? What is the feminine perspective?
• How, now more than ever, we as women supporting other women is key to exponential success.
• What do we need to do locally to build our pack?
Carol Kahn, Editor of Sedona Monthly (Moderator)
Betsy Klein, Plan B to Save Wolves
Dev Ross, Emmy Award Winning Writer
Mindy Mendelsohn, Publicist
Susan M. Henkels M.S.W., Relationship RePair
CAROL KAHN (Moderator)
With over 35 years in the media business, Carol’s career has encompassed Television, Radio, Print, Digital, Mobile and Photography. She has written and produced award winning documentaries and has interviewed many well-known public figures, including Nobel Peace Prize and Nobel Laureate, Elie Wiesel, Maya Angelou, Astronaut Alan Bean, Fashion Designer Alexander Julian, artists Peter Max and LeRoy Neiman as well as many celebrities and athletes such as Sylvester Stallone, Charlize Theron, Sir Ben Kingsley, and Bette Midler. Currently, Carol is the Editor of Sedona Monthly Magazine.
BETSY KLEIN along with Timon Pratt, founded Plan B to Save Wolves in 2016. Leveraging her 25-year background in Marketing and Communications, the genesis of Plan B was aimed at helping other nonprofits that specifically supported wolves and wolf dogs with marketing, development/fundraising and board development. Under her leadership the foundation has expanded in scope and reach to become nationally recognized as an extremely effective grass roots animal advocacy organization. Plan B has been involved with the rescue of over 200 wolf dogs, provided much needed funds to over 20 wolf rescue organizations, developed and co-produced Sedona Wolf Week with Apex Protection Project, launched I AM WOLF NATION™, lobbied at the Arizona State capitol on behalf of a bill to increase penalties for animal abuse and advocated locally, regionally and nationally for numerous other conservation efforts. Betsy is currently a District Leader for the Humane Society of the United States, a member of the AZ Wildlife team and recently lobbied in Washington D.C. as part of Take Action for Animals Conference. As a member of the National Coalition to End Killing Contests, she works alongside other organizations to end killing contests in Arizona.
DEV ROSS is a Award-winning screenwriter, television writer, playwright and children’s book author, Dev has been writing film and television for Disney, Fox Kids, Universal Entertainment, HIT Entertainment, Nickelodeon, Mattel, and Scholastic for over 30 years. Dev is the also author of over a dozen children’s books for the WE BOTH READ book series and has received the Action in Children’s Television Award, two Emmys, and the Humanitas Prize for writing excellence. Her company, Dev Ross Productions has been producing theater and television for the past five years and strives to promote women in all aspects of the entertainment world. Dev is also an actor/director and served as the Artistic Director of two of the largest professional children’s theatre companies in the United States: The Twelfth Night Repertory Company and The Education Theatre Company (ETC). Currently, she and her creative partner, Shondra Jepperson, have THE TWO LUCYS, a theatrical production company that highlights women’s achievements and creates original theatrical pieces for audiences of all ages.
MINDY MENDELSOHN'S background spans the theatre, the entertainment industry and the corporate world. A published author and internationally recognized workshop facilitator, notably of The Artist’s Way, she is the owner of Mendelsohn PR a consulting company specializing in brand management and development. A passionate believer in the power of and magic of people, clients have said, “working with her is like using a key that has finally unlocked something that has lain dormant within them.” Masterful at getting client to move past perceived limits, she was the keynote speaker at the 1997 International Reading Association Conference.
She has worked with The Geddes Agency, Landmark Education Corporation, The Sedona Marathon, Keep Sedona Beautiful, Goldenstein Gallery, Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village, The Sedona Gallery Association, Sedona Arts Center and The Sedona International Film Festival, Plan B to Save the Wolves and Focus Features and, for the past seven years, has produced the V-Day Sedona production of Eve Ensler’s award winning play The Vagina Monologues raising over $85, 000 for the Verde Valley Sanctuary.
SUSAN MUNICH HENKELS M.S.W. is a graduate of the University of Michigan and received her Masters in Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. She is a psychotherapist, artist, and author. She has been in private practice for 45 years, is a colored pencil artist, and just published her first book titled What If There Is Nothing Wrong With You? based on listening to so many talk about how much they really believe is wrong with them and others!
The event held at Soundbites Grill and includes lunch (chicken, salmon or vegetarian options).
Book Now! Seating is limited to 90 attendees. This event is expected to sell out like the previous one in January so book today to reserve your seat.
Date: May 15
Time: Registration opens at 11 am
Lunch: 11:30 am followed by a panel discussion
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