On Feb 8, 2018 the Woman to Woman Conference: Protect Your Crown event was held in
MC 211, with over 70 students, staff, and faculty in attendance. The event focused
on inclusive empowerment for men and women of all ages. Speakers included President
Pamela T. Luster, Vice President of Student Services Ashanti Hands, Professor Starla
Lewis, and FAST Scholars Counselor and Coordinator Sade Burrell.
The theme, “Protect Your Crown” focused on initiatives involving self-love, confidence,
growth, and success focused on the individual. Attendees were encouraged to see themselves
as “kings” and “queens”, have confidence in themselves and their opinions, and generate
the determination needed to reach their goals.
The main goal of the event was to impart that attitude can be everything when it comes
to day to day life, especially against the struggles of negative influences. Often
times, people may feel judged or influenced by outside forces. Speakers at the conference
focused on inspiring men and women to stay true to themselves and protect their opinions
with daily positive affirmations.
For more information about the conference, please contact Sade Burrell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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