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Daring to Lead, Stories from the Field

  • 02/25/2020
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Horizons Conference Center, 6200 State St, Saginaw, MI 48603
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Something is going on in the world of leadership that can’t be ignored…a call for COURAGE like we have never seen before. LEADERSHIP that goes beyond titles. AUTHENTICITY that has consequences. VULNERABILITY that is risk and exposure, but also the doorway to joy, creativity, challenge, inspiration, calling and purpose. The world is desperate for braver leaders and it’s calling us…WOMEN. But not everyone answers the call to be DARING.

Join us in kicking off our Daring to Lead series with a panel conversation about stores from the field. We will be hearing from amazing women in various sectors and what they did to Dare Greatly and lead with vulnerability.

11:30 am - 12:00 pm: Registration & Networking

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm: Lunch & Program

Please register for this event by 2/21/20


Rebecca Barror, Panel moderated:Becky is a leading life coach and highly regarded speaker who has survived her child being diagnosed with autism, her marriage falling apart, and losing her home to foreclosure. She is a force to be reckoned with, because she is the queen of overcoming and effectively teaches clients across the globe the art of creating a life filled with joy! Becky's moto; LIFE DOESN'T HAVE TO SUCK, and her strategies inspire, educate, and support audiences and clients to make massive life improvements regardless of what difficulties stand in their way!


PANELISTS:

Dana Muscott, City of Bay City: Dana is the City of Bay City, City Manager. Prior to she worked for the City of Bay City for thirteen years as City Clerk and Deputy City Manager. Her municipal career started with Saginaw Charter Township as Deputy City Clerk. After attending Michigan State University, Dana obtained her Master Municipal Clerk status in 2005 and in 2014 earned the prestigious Certified Michigan Municipal Clerk status. Dana was elected as President for the Michigan Association of Municipal Clerks in 2008 and is also the Past President of the Bay County Clerks. Dana is a Certified Public Manager through Saginaw Valley University and a graduate of the Henry Marsh Institute for Public Policy at SVSU. 

Tonya Moore, General Motors:Tonya has been a Quality Leader for twenty-three years in the automotive industry in various positions. She is currently a Sr Supplier Quality Engineer & Global CT Lead for Switches at General Motors. She holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Michigan Technological University (Houghton, MI), Master of Arts in Organizational Management and Graduate Human Resource Management from the University of Phoenix (Troy, MI). She earned her Statistical Engineering Journeyman problem-solving certificate from General Motors University, Associates of Applied Science in Quality Assurance Management from Mott Community College (Flint, MI) and her ASQ CQA certification. While her primary job by day is an Engineer, Tonya’s passion is to empower women. She believes to truly empower women we need to show girls that it is possible to be in roles that are traditional filled by men.

Deb St. Hilaire, Diva Nation: International best selling author and award winning speaker, Deborah St.Hilaire, is dedicated to uniting and empowering women of all ages. She accomplishes this through her group and personal coaching with "Strength From Within Training", workshops, live events and writing. Deb is the author of "Divalution, the Evolution and Revolution of The Diva", founder of Divalution, The Divalution Project (a philanthropic sorority) and W4DIVAS.com, an internet podcast network for women. She is the host of Diva Dialogue and The Divalution Show. Deb's mission and purpose is: "that women unite with one voice, that we discover our individual purpose and passion, that we know unconditional love and practice judgement free acceptance, that we work, together, for equal pay and global human rights.

TammyTrejo-Woodley, MI Department of Corrections:  Tammy Trejo-Woodley Correction Officer of the Michigan Department of Corrections for 19 years. Also serving as one of the Departments selected honorary Honor Guard members representing the Saginaw Correctional Facility men’s prison. She earned her Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice and a Certificate in Corrections from Delta College. She is now continuing to pursue her Bachelor’s Degree as a divorced single mother of two, in Criminal Justice and a Degree in Public Speaking. Tammy’s passion has always been to help and teach others. Coaching and youth leadership was when it began and now has transpired into motivating and inspiring women and others to overcome obstacles and adversities since having to overcome her own past challenges she has had to face in her life.  Never stopping to develop and create a better me.





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