Saturday, April 25, 2020 | 11 am-1pm | The Spokane Club
Tickets: $40 per person | $350 table for 8
About our Event
Women need each other. There is a synergy that occurs when women’s hearts and minds are knitted together for the greater good. Whether it’s encouraging a friend to chase her dreams, supporting a friend’s business, meeting a practical need like babysitting or preparing a meal, or giving of your time, talent, or treasure- empowered women empower women.
What Empowers Us?
True empowerment comes from our Creator. It is not because of who we are, what we accomplish, or what others think of us that makes us empowered. It is because of Whose we are, of what He accomplishes through us, and what He thinks of us that makes us empowered.
This true empowerment is what we must strive to impart to the next generation of women. We must lead by example, be intentional, and look for opportunities to come alongside and do life with other women.
Interested in Sponsoring our Event?
We have several sponsorship packages. Contact us below and a member of our team will get back to you soon.
Susan Norris to be Keynote Speaker at Whatever Girls’ 2020 Empowering Women Brunch in Spokane
Susan Norris is the Founder and Executive Director of Rescuing Hope and has been involved in the fight against sex trafficking in America since 2010. Her passion is to raise awareness about the issue, educate potential victims and first responders, and encourage and empower survivors to live an abundant life.
Susan partners with other front line organizations, therapists and law enforcement officers she met through writing her novel, Rescuing Hope, as well as through mentoring survivors. She also leverages resources throughout the community to provide services for survivors.
Susan is a member of the Georgia State Human Trafficking Task Force. She is P.O.S.T. certified to train law enforcement in Georgia and is a CLASS certified speaker. She holds a Master’s of Education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She taught in public and private schools and served as a leader for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes prior to joining the fight against sex trafficking.
Susan is a wife and the mother of two adult children. She and her husband live in Atlanta, Georgia.