Spring Community Roundtable

Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Let’s Slay Together: Creating a Culture of Collaboration

Taking care of your community can take a lot out of you. Join us for an entertaining and informative session with Katherine Wintsch, author of Slay Like a Mother – a personal empowerment book that Parade magazine recently named one of the “Top 10 self-help books of the year.” Based on research with women around the world, her own trials/tribulations and our collective goal of working together to serve women and children in the area, Katherine will lead the group on a powerful journey connecting the dots between caring for ourselves and caring for others. We’re all walking a similar path—let’s come together to share the journey moving forward.

Be prepared to walk away with tangible tips and tricks for:

  • finding calm in the chaos of a busy life,
  • identifying the purpose behind your community involvement, and
  • working together as individuals and organizations to serve the community

As an added bonus, registered attendees will receive a free copy of the book Slay Like a Mother (while supplies last).

When: Tuesday April 14th (8:30a.m. breakfast and networking; 9:00 a.m. program)

Cost: Free! Space is limited – register today!

The Community Roundtable is an annual event hosted by the Junior League of Jackson for the benefit of our community partners and beyond. We encourage women’s civic, religious and educational groups as well as fellow nonprofits and community partners to join us as Katherine Winstich brings us together to serve our communities!

Register here!

For more information, please contact Carole Richardson at communityoutreach@jljackson.org