LAWRENCEVILLE, NJ – On Wednesday, May 10, 2017, more than 200 people are expected to attend Dress for Success Mercer County’s 2nd annual Women’s Empowerment Breakfast at Trenton Country Club. This year’s keynote speaker is accomplished author, corporate leader, consultant and educator Rosalyn Taylor O’Neale. With more than thirty years experience leading the diversity and inclusion efforts in over twenty five countries, across four continents, O’Neale is the model of an empowered women, the type of example that DSFMC sets for its clients.
“We are honored to have such an accomplished keynote speaker at our event,” says Melissa Tenzer, Executive Director of Dress for Success Mercer County. “Ms. O’Neale’s impressive background of advocating for women’s rights is an inspiration to us all and absolutely in line with our organization’s mission.”
A highlight of DFSMC events are the encouraging stories of the women who have been served by DFSMC. Clients bravely share their stories of triumph from overcoming obstacles such as domestic abuse or homelessness. Each client is unique, but the common thread of every women who attends DFSMC programs and workshops is the support and guidance they receive from the organization’s staff and volunteers. Turning their life around and achieving economic self-sufficiency is the ultimate goal for DFSMC’s clients.
This is expected to be a sold out event. Tickets for DFSMC’s Women’s Empowerment Breakfast are $50 per person. Sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information visit https://mercercounty.dressforsuccess.org/ or call (609) 896-4112.
About Dress for Success Mercer County
Dress for Success Mercer County is dedicated to empowering women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. The organization provides job readiness, educational, career mentoring and image enhancement programs that support clients through every stage of their employment journey – from pre-employment needs to professional development. Since it opened its doors in 2007, Dress for Success Mercer County has served 5,000 women and girls in Central NJ.
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