• Friday, September 25, 2020 5:33 PM | Anonymous

    On Thursday, September 24, Lisa Harris Boyd, founder of Life is Short Adventures, talked about the trends, challenges and opportunities for traveling during a pandemic. 


    Lisa quit her 23-year career in advertising to found Life Is Short Adventures as way to inspire and help others live out their travel dreams.  As a member of the Virtuoso Travel Network, a Four Seasons and Delta Airlines preferred partner and certified Hawaii Destination Expert, Lisa has developed strong relationships with travel partners all over the world.  Visit her website and learn more about her company  Life Is Short Adventures

  • Friday, September 18, 2020 10:00 PM | Anonymous

    On Thursday, September 10, 2020,  Cristina Almanza,  Business Development Coordinator - B'ham Division Buffalo Rock Company gave an outstanding presentation to TWN members about the differences in the terms Latina, Hispanic, Latinx.  


    Cristina is originally from Torreon, Mexico and became a proud USA Citizen in 2017. She came to the U.S. to study at Jacksonville State University where she achieved a BFA in Graphic Design and an MBA.


    View the video here:  Latinx Its Complicated


    View Cristina's PowerPoint presentation here: Latinx-is-complicated-TWN.pptx

  • Thursday, August 27, 2020 12:01 PM | Anonymous

    In observance of the anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 TWN was honored to welcome author's Ruth Barefield-Pendleton and T.K. Thorne to share their individual experiences about the events leading up to the VRA of 1965. 


    Barefield-Pendleton, former secretary of the Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights and author of "you are there," MINUTES: The Central Committee, Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights and Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1963. 


    T.K. Thorne, retired captain of the Birmingham Police Department - award-winning author of historical novels, NOAH'S WIFE and ANGELS AT THE GATE plus The New York Post's "Books You Should Be Reading" list title LAST CHANCE FOR JUSTICE, which details the investigator's behind-the-scenes stories of the 1963. 


    Learn more about T.K.'s work on her website, T.K. Thorne.


    NOTE: At the last minute Mrs. Barefield-Pendleton was replaced by Mr. Jeffrey Drew who was also present for events leading up to the VRA of 1965. Learn more about him here and here.


    View the video of this event here:  VRA1965



  • Sunday, August 16, 2020 4:23 PM | Anonymous

    On July 23, 2020, TWN Member, Caryn Terradas spoke to The Women's Network about the most common mistakes we make on social media.  She shared her top ten list with attendees.  Caryn is President of Social U a social media managing and training company.  You can read Caryn's blog posts at: YourSocialU and follow her on Facebook and Linkedin.


    View Caryn's entire presentation to TWN here.

  • Friday, June 12, 2020 12:15 PM | Audrey Atkins (Administrator)

    On June 11, 2020, T. Marie King spoke to The Women's Network about 2020's fight for freedom and racial equality. She shared a comprehensive list of resources with our group that are listed below. You can also follow T. Marie on Twitter @tMKing1, on LinkedIn, and at her website tmarieking.com.


    View T. Marie's entire presentation to TWN here.


    Videos:

    Articles:

    Podcast:

    A 'Forgotten History' Of How The U.S. Government Segregated America


    Films/Mini Series:

    • Zootopia 

    • Gran Torino

    • American History X

    • Seven Seconds 

    • When They See Us

    • 13th

    • American Son

    • Fruitvale Station 

    • Higher Learning 

    • American Crime

    Books:

    • Where Do We Go From Here: From Chaos to Community
    • White Fragility
    • Whistling Vivaldi
    • The New Jim Crow
    • Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?
    • Overcoming the Darkside of Leadership
    • The Color of Law
    • The Art of Gathering



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