Maryland Peace Day Celebration
September 21, 2016 6-8:30pm
Libations Tavern, Veterans Hwy Millersville MD
NETWORKING * FOOD * DRINKS * PANEL DISCUSSION * AWARD
LOCAL BUSINESS HOSTED MARYLAND PEACE DAY CELEBRATION ON SEPT. 21
True Conversations LLC, DESCRIPTION, hosted a Maryland Peace Day Celebration on Sept. 21, 2016, from 6-8:30 p.m. at Libations, located at 8541 Veterans Hwy., Millersville, Maryland.
The event coincided with International Day of Peace (“Peace Day”), which is observed around the world each year on Sept 21. It was established in 1981 by the United Nations and is a day devoted to “commemorating and strengthening the ideals of peace both within and among all nations and peoples.”
“After such a year of tension and heartache in Baltimore, we wanted to bring something positive and peace oriented to the community,” said Meghan Enriquez, CEO of True Conversations. “True Conversations’s goal is to provide well-rounded transparent, real stories that uplift and empower. It is important to offer many sides of an issue and discuss them respectfully for change to occur. At Maryland Peace Day, we are focusing on our world as a whole, as well as us as individuals in a pursuit of peace and happiness.”
The celebration included networking with local business owners and leaders, food and a cash bar. There will be a panel discussion titled, “From World Peace to Inner Peace.” Among the panelists were Rachael Villafane, a Christian missionary; and Beth Terrence, a Shaman holistic healer, author and peer support specialist for Maryland Recovery Organization Connecting Communities and Markesa Oliver an Educator.
The event concluded with an award ceremony recognizing one community member for their service. Lisa Stearns of Ms Biz Today was the honoree.
This event is supported by a partnership with Josie Designs LLC.
TRANSITIONS: Asian Pacific American Heritage Celebration
May 6, 2016 10am
From the Maryland Women's Heritage Center in Baltimore for TRANSITIONS: An Honest Look at an American Woman's Journey through Asian Pacific Eyes. Listen to the recording TRUEcast of this event Part 1 and Part 2
A thoughtful event celebrating and storytelling about the many TRANSITIONS we, as women, encounter through life, career and family, as we honor Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
Brought to you by Asian Business Women of America and TRUE Conversations.
A panel of leaders in the Maryland/Virginia community, of Asian heritage, shared their experiences, wisdom and advise about navigating and persisting through life's transitions on one's journey of success.
"Transitions are often pivotal moments in our lives. We remember them vividly, emotionally, and they can influence the rest of our lives.
This is one of my favorite topics to evoke from people ... because I think Transitions brings out the most raw and broken form of people, but also the most hopeful.
Most of the time when we are going through transitions however, we believe, this is the WORST. Why me? Why this? Eventually we learn more productive question can be, what is this trying to teach me? Why am I having this experience, who am I supposed to BECOME because of this?" -Meghan Enriquez founder of True Conversations LLC
Zarif Sahin, Associate Broker at Keller Williams, Dulles, Virginia
Sufen Zhang, Lawyer at Miles and Stockbridge, Baltimore Maryland
Bing Slodzinski, Doctor of psychology and owner of Clear Sky Therapy, Towson
Margaret Kim, President and COO AllCare of Maryland Urgent Care Centers
Moderator: Meghan Enriquez founder of TRUE Conversations and President of Asian Business Women of America
Redefining Health: The Imperfect Journey Toward Wellness
January 7 2016, Bagels N Grinds Hanover MD 5pm
Let's pull back the curtain on the public perception and dig into the private realities of what success in health, family and career, looks like. Join us for a LIVE panel discussion and open Q&A from you. Hear from elite health professionals and athletes as to what their journey personally and professionally really looks like, challenges, and wisdom gained.
Sarah Bofinger: born with hip dysplasia, training for the 2020 Olympics in swimming and owner of Superstar Fitness
Monique Washington Jones: 30 years of martials arts experience, owner of Karate4Girls in Columbia, MD whose team has been accepted to the World Games 2016 in Germany
Dr. Joseph Gennusa III: former bodybuilding competitor, Registered Dietician, research director at Johns Hopkins and Author of "Average Joe"
Kimberly Kandra: mother of 5, former professional dancer, owner of Kimmotion Pilates Studio in Crofton MD
Do you have a story of your "face plant moment", a transition, or just something you feel will validate others?
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