‚ÄúThe Alchemy of Love and Domestic Violence; How to Help Someone Fall Safely Out of Love‚ÄĚ
Monday October 6th Liz Kinsworthy, hostage survivor and now thriver, will help you understand the complexity of our War At Home, how biology influences our relationship choices and how to help others still entrapped.
Women Impacting Tucson will not have a luncheon in July. ¬†
We look forward to seeing you for the next luncheon on August 4th.
“Drawing It Out”
Lynn Rae Lowe has lived her life somewhere between the right and left brain with zeal and achievements.¬† Beginning at 5 as a dancer, she was an acclaimed actress at 9 years, playing opposite George C. Scott. ¬†She continued on the stage both as a performer and writer.¬† She self-published a book¬†Call Somewhere Paradise¬†and wrote newspaper articles as “The Gardening Guru.”¬† Her first one-woman art exhibit was as college sophomore.¬† She has received two Niche Awards for creative design, garnered prestigious museum exhibits, as well as¬†having international gallery representation.¬† Continue reading
Kacey Ernst, PhD, an infectious disease epidemiologist and assistant professor in the University of Arizona‚Äôs Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health AND the 2013 ‚Äú40 Under 40‚ÄĚ Woman of the Year, will be our guest speaker for the April 7th luncheon meeting of Women Impacting Tucson at the Arizona Inn. Continue reading
Ruby Peckford, Television Producer, Director and Writer, will be our guest speaker for the March 3rd luncheon meeting of Women Impacting Tucson at the Arizona Inn.
Jennifer Jae Gutierrez, ¬†the Arthur J. Bell Senior Photograph Conservator at the Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona, will be our guest speaker for the January 6th luncheon meeting of Women Impacting Tucson at the Arizona Inn. Continue reading
Tucsonan Cheri Romanoski of Cheri‚Äôs Desert Harvest will be our final guest speaker for 2013. ¬†It’s sure to be a treat; she creates wonderfully tasteful preserves and¬†will speak about ‚ÄúDesert Fruits: From homespun hobby to national & international business.‚ÄĚ¬† Continue reading
Peggy J. Turk Boyer, Executive and Founding Director of CEDO, the Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans, an international conservation, research and education center, will be our guest speaker for the Nov. 4th Women Impacting Tucson Luncheon at the Arizona Inn.