Mentoring Women’s Network is hosting the Pass the Torch for Women Luncheon August 14 at the Ivy Tech Corporate College and Culinary Center in Indianapolis.
Join us for the inaugural “Pass the Torch for Women Luncheon”, with proceeds to benefit the Mentoring Women’s Network Foundation. Pass the Torch for Women will inspire women everywhere to support one another through mentoring relationships.
This event is chaired by Traci Dolan and will feature Billie Dragoo, CEO of Repucare and acting CEO of NAWBO, as the honoree.
Keynote speaker will be Dottie Gandy of Dallas, Texas. Ms. Gandy is the founder of The Up to Something Group in Dallas, TX, whose members choose to be intentional about designing the lives they want – and create extraordinary results in the process.
The agenda includes a panel discussion on mentoring and networking opportunities. Plan to join us for a delicious lunch and silent auction, with proceeds to benefit the Mentoring Women’s Network Foundation and the Pass the Torch for Women campaign.
You can register to attend online, and corporate sponsorships are still being accepted.
For more information, Sunny Bray, director of corporate partnerships, penned this guest blog for us in February:
Mentoring Women’s Network, a community of empowered women supporting one another personally and professionally through mentoring relationships, is holding their inaugural event, “Pass the Torch for Women Luncheon,” August 14 at the Ivy Tech Corporate College and Culinary Center.
Pass the Torch for Women is chaired by Traci Dolan of ExactTarget and an executive leadership team including senior representation from women from Angie’s List, Fifth Third Bank, Simon Property Group, First Merchants Bank, and many other companies.
The Pass the Torch for Women event is intended to inspire women to pledge to mentor and help develop one another personally and professionally, in order to create new opportunities and advance women in the workplace. Women are making advancements in the workplace and in business, yet we have much work to do to continue to advance women leaders.
Sponsoring this event provides your company with positive visibility and association with a well-regarded national organization. Sponsorship also creates access for your female employees to year-round programs and resources aimed at leadership development, connections and social responsibility.
More than 475 women of the greater Indianapolis business, medical and civic communities will attend the 2014 Pass the Torch for Women Event. Your participation in the Pass the Torch for Women Event affords you networking opportunities and additional benefits.
If you’re interested in supporting this program, contact me at [email protected] or (317) 575-4077.