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September 2018 Chapter Meeting
September 18 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
NAWBO OC Members, women entrepreneurs, and supporters of women’s entrepreneurship in Orange County, you are invited to NAWBO OC’s Quarterly Meeting to experience a lifechanging keynote address by Dr. Tererai Trent. Dr. Tererai Trent is one of today’s most internationally recognized voices for quality education and women’s empowerment. Distinguished as Oprah Winfrey’s “All-Time Favorite Guest,” Dr. Trent is a scholar, humanitarian, motivational speaker, educator, author, and founder of Tererai Trent International.
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Dr. Trent’s new book, “The Awakened Woman,” inspired the theme for NAWBO OC’s 2018-19 term, We Are Here. As we endeavor to bring more and more women entrepreneurs to the table in Orange County, we are awed by women like Dr. Trent who quite literally built their own tables.
Dr. Trent speaks about dreams and the stories we tell ourselves, our communities, and the world. She guides us to reclaim our stories, re-examine our ambitions, and uncover the power in ourselves to re-create the world for the better. Please read more about Dr. Trent’s incredible journey below.
Dr. Trent will be signing copies of her book, “The Awakened Woman.” We will have copies for sale at the event. The meeting will also include networking, facilitated legislative policy discussions, and orientation for new members.
Space is limited, and the event is expected to sell out.
More about Dr. Tererai Trent
Dr. Trent was born into a cattle-herding family in Zimbabwe. She was married and had three children by the time she was 18. She taught herself to read and write and dreamed of higher education in America. Her determination and belief in her dreams has earned her multiple degrees, and a prominent global platform where she advocates for universal access to education.
Today, Dr. Trent is a sought-after international consultant and has worked on five continents for major humanitarian organizations. Earlier this year, she won the NAACP Award of Outstanding Literary Work (Instructional) for her latest book, The Awakened Woman – Remembering and Reigniting Our Sacred Dreams. Dr. Trent is leading the global charge for access to quality education and women’s rights. She is a symbol for hope with the motto, “Tinogona,” meaning “It is achievable!”