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Mia HallArticles by this authorWho Inspires You?In speaking to several classes over the past few years, I always get the question - who inspires you? I likely give an answer depending on my season. I believe read more
Carolyn Buck LuceArticles by this authorBeing Strategic About Strategic Partnerships I spend a lot of my professional time working with senior pharmaceutical executives on conceiving and constructing innovative partnerships with “non-traditional” players who are coming into read more
Donna OrenderArticles by this authorSaying Hi: Stories of Passion and PurposeHer words move me, her actions inspire me, and now you too will get to meet the amazing woman, CEO and President, , who leads , an organization founded by Hillary read more
Claire ZovkoArticles by this authorMom Knows Best: Words Have PowerBy Claire M. Zovko Looking back on my childhood, I am grateful for all of the life lessons that my parents have taught me. One particular read more
Melissa RossArticles by this authorRemembering My MomMother’s Day is often tough for me, because although I love the flowers from my husband, breakfast in bed, and the adorable handmade cards my daughters make for me, I read more
Dale BeamanArticles by this authorThe River of ChangeWe all experience significant change - where our life is altered forever. Difficult life transitions we choose, or have chosen us, turn our world upside down. We can feel shaken read more
Sarah KirkwoodArticles by this authorA Mother’s Advice Almost everyone has at least one mother figure in his or her life (some, like me, are lucky enough to have 10+). Mothers are read more
Risa IsardArticles by this author“If you’re happy, I’m happy.” If you’re a supervisor and one of your employees comes out to you, consider this one of the most affirming ways you could respond. read more
Patti MinglinArticles by this authorLove in the Time of Motherhood: Dating Your Spouse I have three children—the oldest finishing up the second semester of her first year of college and the youngest enjoying (I do use that term loosely), his first year of read more
Mary HafemanArticles by this authorThe Female Influencers of GolfWomen’s History Month! I love this month to reflect and thank all of the women that have influenced the sport of golf that I love so much. I can’t thank read more
Julie BavingtonArticles by this authorManage Your Business Workflow The back to school rush has wound down. The fall schedules are set. As women in business what do we focus on now? Business workflow. It’s necessary. It makes read more
Blakely SteinArticles by this authorA New Morning The sun peaking over the horizon, the lush jungle waking up, a cool breeze ripples through the palm fronds as the birds orchestrate delicious songs. As we read more
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Generation W strives to leave each attendee feeling inspired, educated, and connected to the network of incredible women around them. We inspire dreams and change lives for the better by bringing women together and watching the magic begin. Please join us in 2015 as we come together around the theme of Passion and Purpose.
We have an inspirational line up of speakers and panels set for this year and we can’t wait to share their stories with you!
As Hubbard House’s signature event, the Domestic Violence Awareness Walk raises much-needed awareness and funds each year to help victims of domestic violence and their children. The walk is a fun, free, family-friendly event that includes music, activities and more. This year’s walk will be returning to The Jacksonville Landing where participants will enjoy a scenic walk route overlooking the beautiful downtown Jacksonville skyline and the St. Johns River. The exact route has not been determined, but once it’s confirmed it will be announced via Facebook. Each person walking has their own reason for participation. By unifying in front of Jacksonville, we standing up together and walking for the mission of making every relationship violence-free.
On April 1, we will gather in a circle at the Downtown Library during Art Walk to hear women’s voices. Poets, novelists, expressive writers, storytellers, and songwriters are welcome to gather and read a piece to the crowd. We will even have a ukulele sing-along, as we want to hear women’s voices rising in song! Pieces should be 4-6 minutes. Men are welcome as audience members! Light refreshments served. You can register right here. Come tell your story.