Join us for this month's Special Event with a panel of amazing women. We discuss deep into the lives of these mothers, wives, daughters, entrepreneurs, business women, on how they juggle it all! Join the conversation on how to find your way into starting your ambitions while also nurturing life's tasks.
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Lover of out-of-the-box ideas and the people that think them. She served as Innovation Evangelist for a private community and economic development firm in Bryan, TX for a number of years before making her way back to her hometown of Tyler. Once in Tyler, Ruthie met a farmer, got married and launched Harvest Gardens, an edible landscaping company, with her husband in an impressively reckless amount of time. When she is not talking about growing veggies, Ruthie serves the Tyler Innovation Pipeline and Embark Women as a Board Member and Founder respectively. She also studies a lot because she decided to go back to school to pursue nursing.
An East Texas native, and proud to be a member of the Tyler community. In 2003 she completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Studies from Texas Woman’s University, and later received a Master of Public Health degree from AT Still University in 2011. To show her dedication to the field of Health Education, in the spring of 2013 she became a Master Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES). For over a decade LaShonda has dedicated herself, both through her professional and service life to "Make The Healthy Choice The Easy Choice" for people throughout Northeast Texas. Her public service efforts with Girl Trek and Delta Sigma Theta, Sorority, Inc. are also related to health promotions, specifically in the African-American community.
A mother of four, a grandmother of one-year old Emma, an entrepreneur, author, speaker and TV Show host, Lisa's third book, Souls in the Sand: Stories of Setbacks, Surviving, Stepping and Soaring was published last October! Lisa graduated from Texas Christian University in 1990 where she met her husband, Chris while in seminary earning his graduate degree. After sixteen years of being a stay-at- home-mom, or "Domestic Engineer", a title she much prefers, and a minister's wife, Lisa set out in search of her own identity as an entrepreneur in the direct sales industry. Yes, she admits to being a failure at balancing family and career...but as one of Lisa's favorite authors, Dr. John Maxwell, writes about in his book, Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn, Lisa has used some difficult trials in her life as launching pads for a new mission in life which she looks forward to sharing with the Embark Women.Moderated by Embark Leader, Karina Espinoza
Date: March 28th at WorkHub @ 6 pm
7922 S Broadway Ave, Tyler, TX 75703
$10 online or at the door for non-members
$5 online for members
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