FREE event! This presentation will be held via Zoom Meeting
“Rumbling is stepping into the story, owning it and taking it to the mat!” ~ Brene Brown
As Women in Leadership, we must look at ourselves daily to discover something new and learn more about who we are. The exploration and acceptance of our selves will be enhanced by a deeper understanding of what Brene Brown calls, “Rumbling”. Join Suzanne Greenberg to dissect our anxiety, grief and forgiveness to reveal an authentic and vulnerable look at stepping into our stories.
12:00 pm: Zoom Conference Call
Zoom Networking Break Out Rooms Before Speaker
Currently, Suzanne Greenberg serves as the Executive Director for the MI Children’s Trust Fund in Lansing which is the state agency responsible for the prevention of child abuse and neglect through 100+ prevention programs serving the 83 counties across Michigan! As a tireless advocate for the best interests of children and a survivor of childhood physical and sexual abuse, her experience includes leading the CAN Council Great Lakes Bay Region in strategic growth from serving one to three counties as well as expanding prevention, intervention and advocacy programming across the region. This award-winning agency grew from just 2 part time staff to over 23 staff plus a team of active volunteers and interns! Her legacy is the move from the basement of the Westlund Guidance Clinic to the beautiful CAN Council building expanded in 2015. Ms. Greenberg has been honored as the CAN Council’s Child Advocate of the Year 2019, Saginaw Chamber’s Community Impact Award (2018), YWCA’s Woman of Distinction (2014) among many others. Suzanne’s greatest joy is her husband of 36 years, Alan and their children Samantha and Ben.