Thursday, March 1, 2012

We were all inspired by Suzanne Wallis' summary of amazing women. She has shared her talk with us and you will find it through the page link on the side column. Great information!~
Wow! Could this morning's event have been any better? Each speaker was enlightening and entertaining. Those in attendance learned so much about great women of Tulsa, Oklahoma and the Nation. What's more, we were inspired to join the ranks of women taking an active role in the life of their community by volunteering, participating and leading.

Now it is up to each one of us to "take a seat at the table" and to live our lives with purpose and passion.

Please share your thoughts about today's event - and your thoughts about where YOU will go from here!

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Event Details - and FOUR QUESTIONS For YOU

Tulsa Women - Telling Our Story
A Special Event offered by
 the Tulsa Chapter of the
Association for Women in Communications

Invitations to attend this Tulsa AWC Special Event will soon arrive by email. Mark your calendars for March 1, 2012, and Register at!

Meanwhile, we hope you will take a moment to consider the wonderful legacy that Tulsa's women have begun. At the bottom of this post, you will find four questions. We're looking forward to reading your thoughts on one or all four.

But first, more about the event. Lucinda Rojas Ross will emcee, and provide an overview of what's to come. Then, Suzanne Wallis, Tulsa author, will talk about Tulsa's female 'founders', and their Legacy Stories.

Next, informative presentations from our panel of Legacy Builders (women currently building on that legacy foundation in Tulsa) will follow. Members include Sharon King Davis, Sheryl Lovelady and Mary Beth Babcock.

The event will conclude with time for brainstorming, questions and answers after the presentations.

We're hoping that this special event will help you find your place in The Legacy of Tulsa Women.

FOUR QUESTIONS (answer one or all in the comment section, please):

(1) In your opinion, who has contributed to the Legacy of Women in Tulsa?

(2) Who do you think are the current Legacy Builders?

(3) What causes or areas of Tulsa need a Legacy Builder to champion their cause and tell their stories?
(4) If you volunteer or work for a group that is welcoming new Legacy Builders, provide a link or short description for someone who might want to get involved.