‘Guide To Becoming A Successful Woman’ Event

July 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

An event dubbed ‘What’s The Tea?: A Guide To Becoming a Successful Woman’ is set to be held on July 29 at 3.00pm at The Berkeley Institute staff lounge, including brunch, refreshments, gift bags, and a panel consisting of “women that have been influential in various ways in their community or overseas.”

A spokesperson said, “Tori Lanae Cariah is a 20-year-old junior at Georgia State University, where she is majoring in Middle and Secondary Education with a concentration in English and Social Studies.

“Tori’s love for empowerment grew when she attended Georgia State University and met other like-minded women. She believes that the culture on her campus represents unity, which is something she believes lacks amongst women in Bermuda.”

“Pretty Girl Movement was originally started as a women’s blog on Instagram. The blog featured posts such as ‘A Thread to Self Confidence,’ ‘Women Crush of the Week,’ ‘Fashion Look-Books,’ and other various motivational posts regarding self-worth, respect towards other women, and standing out in a crowd.

“After being inducted into the prestigious Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity Inc, her ambition became stronger, and a drive developed for creating her own business and a name for herself not only at Georgia State but also in Bermuda.”

Women Empowerment Event Bermuda July 3 2018

“This is when she decided to create the event ‘What’s The Tea?: A Guide To Becoming a Successful Woman,’ a spin on the Bermudian gossip culture transformed into a more positive light. This event features influential women from new to older generations. The panel consists of women that have been influential in various ways in their community or overseas.

“Panelists include Nia Dailey [Spelman College student, Rotary Exchange 2016-2017]; Chelsea Warren [CEO of Uptimum Bodied]; Patrina O’Connor Paynter [award winning media personality and community activist]; Tanaya Tucker [Crown Counsel]; Olivia Hamilton [music artist]; Rael Simons [owner of iman artistry]; and Garita Coddington [principal of T.N.Tatem Middle School].

“The event will take place at The Berkeley Institute Staff Lounge on Sunday, July 29 2018 at 3pm. The cost of the event is $40, which will include brunch, refreshments, and gift bags. Tickets can be found on ptix.bm.”

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