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CCU Presents Mother-Daughter Leadership Workshops

Written by Featured Organization on 08 October 2012.

"Lead Her: Consciously. Courageously. Uniquely," a day of workshops for girls and women, will be presented by Coastal Carolina University’s Women in Philanthropy and Leadership on Saturday, Nov. 3, at Wheelwright Auditorium from 8:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 

Workshops and presentations will encourage meaningful conversations designed to build strong and resilient girls. Topics include improving positive body image, health and wellness, building healthy relationships and enhancing parent-daughter relationships.

Featured speakers include Kristin Bohan, Ph.D., clinical psychologist and executive director of myTERMS, and Julie Marie Carrier, award-winning national speaker, author and success coach for MTV’s hit show “MADE, a self-improvement reality television series that follows teens who are seeking life-changing opportunities.

The program includes a continental breakfast and box lunch.

MyTERMS is a nonprofit organization that stands for "my Time, my Energy, my Rights, my Mission, my Self." Its intent is to raise community awareness and offer direct services to pre-adolescent and adolescent girls. The workshop is presented in partnership with myTERMS.

An encore event continues into the evening from 4:45 until 6:30 p.m. with pizza and the showing of a featured movie.

Register at www.coastal.edu/women or call 843-349-5033. The main program is $10 for girls and $15 for adults. The encore event (movie and pizza) is $3 for girls and $5 for adults. Seating is limited so early registration is advised.

To register groups of five or more, or for additional information, call 843-349-5033. Please note that girls under age 17 must be accompanied by an adult.

Funding in part is provided by a grant from the Walmart Foundation.

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