A Portrait of Leadership – Panel Discussion

REGISTRATION is CLOSED, due to limited space in the Historic Courtroom.

The HSPBC Women’s History Initiative presents A Portrait of Leadership, a Panel Discussion, on March 23,  in celebration of Women’s History Month.

Cocktails      5 pm
Panel             6 pm

Felicia Rodriguez of WPBF 25 News will moderate a panel of four local women who make history in leadership roles. They will discuss challenges they have overcome and how gender has shaped their careers. The panel includes:

Tunjarnika “Nika” Coleman-Ferrell, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Interim Provost, Palm Beach State College Palm Beach Gardens

Frances Fisher, Philanthropist

Sarah Wetenhall, Owner and CEO, The Colony Hotel

Fabiola “Fab” Brumley, President, Bank of America Palm Beach County

Host Committee:
Visionary – Susan and Chris Cowie, West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority

Victor – John Archer, Nancy Brinker, Alexandra and Joe Chase, Economic Council of Palm Beach County / Michele Jacobs, Fountain-Triggs Team / Corcoran Group, Mary and Mark Freitas, Human Capital Group / Roy Assad, Charlene and Richard Johnson, Beebe Armstrong, LLP, Seabreeze Building / Susan and George Ford, Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Palm Beach County

Advocate – Laurel Baker, Blue Ocean Capital, Impact the Palm Beaches / Incoming President Lauren Sterlacci, Sunni and Jeremy Johnson, Lynn and Russell Kelley, Kristy and Grier Pressly

Suffragist – Katherine Dickenson, Micah Ford, The Honorable Shanon Materio, Palm Beach Social Diary / Christine Schott Ledes

Sponsors:
The Mary Alice Fortin Foundation
Loreen Beisswenger Farish Charitable Foundation
Pat Moran Family Foundation
Cultural Council for Palm Beach County
Discover the Palm Beaches
Gunster Law Firm

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Date

Mar 23 2022
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Time

Cocktails 5pm; Panel 6pm
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location

Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum
300 N. Dixie Highway
Website
https://pbchistory.org
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