- Posted April 13, 2014 by
Thrive@55 Hosts First-Ever “Born to Thrive” Conference
(PHOENIX, Ariz.) – Over 250 profound and powerful women from around the Valley will come together for the first-ever Thrive@55 “Born to Thrive” Conference. This event is about inspiring women and encouraging them to celebrate who they are and who they strive to be as they continually evolve. The concept of THRIVING showcases the inner power, courage, wisdom, and experience that sums up a woman's life. "What's next" is the big question, as we all continue to grow and become better leaders, better moms, better partners and better citizens. Women of all ages won’t want to miss out on the chance to enjoy motivating and educational speakers share their stories of life lessons, while engaging with new and old friends.
SPECIAL EVENT FEATURES INCLUDE:
• Hosted at the beautiful Desert Botanical Garden
• Attend guest speaking sessions featuring distinguished women in the community including:
• Deborah Bateman, executive vice president and director of wealth at National Bank of Arizona
• Felicia Rotellini, veteran frontline prosecutor and Arizona attorney general candidate
• Carol Poore, CEO of Phoenix Phabulous Experience
• Engage with like-minded women and inspirational leaders from the community.
• Learn new tips, tools and resources to help you challenge and change the picture of what healthy aging and vitality look like, for generations to come, and encourage women of substance to live fully.
• Receive a commemorative book, a sunflower tote, handbook, and other special gifts.
• Enjoy a robust, healthy lunch
WHAT: Thrive@55 “Born to Thrive” Conference
Join over 250 women for a day of inspiration, encouragement and personal development, and provocative ideas to optimize your next years as your best. Learn tips and practical ways to achieve your purpose, dreams and goals in every area of your life. '
WHEN: May 5, 2014
Monday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
WHERE: Desert Botanical Gardens
1201 N. Galvin Parkway, Phoenix
COST: Admission is $155 per person. Plenty of on-site parking is available for free.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.ThriveAt55.com. A portion of proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to EXPERIENCE MATTERS. Follow Thrive 55 on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thriveat55.