Indianapolis– On March 13th, Pass the Torch for Women Foundation will host an International Women’s Day celebration with the Indianapolis Colts at their headquarters at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center.
The event will include breakfast followed by an inspiring speaker and panel who will address “Positioning Yourself for Success.” The keynote speaker is Jennifer Magley, a former professional athlete, NCAA coach, writer, and entrepreneur. She is the founder of Open Gym Indy, and is a renowned motivational figure in the Indianapolis community and beyond.
The panel, moderated by local broadcaster and Indiana Pacers emcee Jillian Deam, includes a variety of influential Torchbearers: Colts vice chair and owner Carlie Irsay-Gordon, author and entrepreneur Sonal Sheth Zawahri, Rolls Royce engineer and executive Kathryn Elliot, and public speaker and author Katara McCarty.
|Friday, March 138:30-11 a.m.
|Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center, Gridiron Hall, 7001 W. 56th St.
|Individual tickets are $100 and include breakfast and a ticket to a 2020 Colts game.
Event tickets may be purchased online through Sun., March 8 HERE or at https://secure.qgiv.com/for/intwomda202.
Table and event sponsorships are also available for purchase.
“The Foundation’s goal is to inspire attendees to bring awareness to the impactful work of mentorship and continue the partnership in years to come,” said Deb Hallberg, CEO of Pass the Torch for Women Foundation. “The opportunity to partner and collaborate with the Indianapolis Colts for International Women’s Day is truly exceptional, as we celebrate women and encourage them throughout their journeys.”
“In addition to celebrating the success and potential of local women, this event is also about imagining what the world would look like if we all committed to passing our torch to others,” added Hallberg. “By empowering women, we are acting as a catalyst to brighten the future for everyone.”
About Pass the Torch for Women Foundation (PTTFW): With their peers being in the minority within top decision-making levels, how do women create the connections that allow them to grow as leaders? How do they gain the skills and support to move up the ranks? The Pass the Torch for Women Foundation is addressing this issue in a unique and powerful way. We are creating a community of women and men committed to supporting women throughout their career lifecycles, from college students to emerging leaders to top executives. This community comes together to provide mentoring, networking and professional development to help women reach their full potential.
For more information, please reference our blog about Pass the Torch Day at www.passthetorchforwomen.org