Women of Vision
Women of Vision is an annual luncheon event recognizing women in Forsyth County who are making a difference in the lives of others. This event recognizes extraordinary women who have harnessed their knowledge, creativity and leadership for the betterment of the community. All are unique in background an pursuits, but alike in their talent to lead and embrace the spirit of goodwill.
The Women of Vision event is known for bringing in only the best motivational speakers to inspire and motivate all who attend. This year, we are very forunate to have Representative Alisha Thomas Morgan speaking at the luncheon. Representative Morgan, at age 23, became the first African-American to represent Cobb County in the Georgia House of Representatives. She is now in her 5th term and remains one of the youngest and most vocal female members of the entire Georgia Assembly. An author, No Apologies: Powerful Lessons in Life, Love & Politics, a powerful political voice, inspirational speaker and empowering trainer, Morgan is posed to be one of the most influential women of the 21st century.
The YWCA is seeking nominations for individuals in these categories: Education, Non-Profit, Volunteer, Public Service, Lifetime Achievement, Shirley Shouse Career Award, and Student Leadership. If you know an individual or student candidate, nominations will be accepted through the end of March 2013.
We are also looking for community sponsors who will support the Women Of Vision event recognizing Women of Vision leaders who are making Winston-Salem a better place for all citizens.
All proceeds raised through this event support the YWCA of Winston-Salem's mission of eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.
If you have any questions regarding the YWCA's 2013 Women of Vision event, nominations, ticket sales, or sponsorships please contact:
Angie Huffman, Development Director at 336.354.1589 ext:302 or email@example.com