Thrive Together summit offers workshops for Northwest Colorado women
The second annual Thrive Together Women’s Leadership Summit takes place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 4 at The Steamboat Grand, featuring a variety of breakout sessions, workshops and speakers, all open to a variety of women across to Northwest Colorado.
Thrive Together, presented by the Steamboat Springs Chamber and Alpine Bank, is a collaboration that promotes, inspires, and empowers women in all phases of life through personal and professional development. Last year the inaugural event sold out, and participants are encouraged to register early as the 2019 lineup of speakers proves to be even stronger.
“We are thrilled to be hosting our second annual Thrive Together Summit here in Steamboat,” said Stephanie Orozco, executive director at Old Town Hot Springs and Thrive steering committee member, in a news release for the event. “Our speakers will inspire innovative ideas, provide strategies for discovering the best version of you and will empower you to own your narrative.”
This year’s accredited speakers include Lisa Pevateaux, an experienced business owner, entrepreneur, speaker and webinar educator, who will guide women on how to be their best true self. Joining Pevatuaux as a keynote speaker is Orly Ripmaster, who has helped numerous national companies transform and will empower women to own their narrative through educated choices.
Rounding out the workshops are locally and nationally known speakers such as TEDx speaker, published author and business owner Dr. Kristen Race, personal and organizational leadership consultant Diane Muntean, former White House consultant Robin Schepper, financial coach and speaker Christine Walsh, experienced Apple and IBM executive Susan Larson and Steamboat local Dr. Grace Charles. Topics covered include finance, personal empowerment, mindfulness and successful careers.
Organizers for Thrive Together are seeking an increased number of women from surrounding committees outside Steamboat.
To register or more information on this year’s event, including complete speaker biographies, full presentation topics and schedule, pricing, childcare options and more visit http://www.steamboatchamber.com or call Sarah Leonard at 970-875-7006.
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