January 22, 2019 “Breaking Barriers”
This Boss Talk will host a panel of women who have broken barriers, both professionally and personally and continue to do so every day! Discussions will focus on obstacles women face in 2019 — some created by external forces, while others may be barriers we are putting up ourselves! Our panelists will offer insight and provoke discussions about how our community of #BossLadies can face these challenges and “break barriers” as we all pursue our best boss life!
Time and Location
Our next Boss Talk will be held on Tuesday, January 22 at Ology Brewing Co. (118 E. 6th Ave.). Join the discussion, from 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Once again we’ve partnered with some great businesses and sponsors including: wine provided by Farmers Daughter Vineyards, beer provided by Ology Brewing Co., refreshments, and hors-d’oeuvres provided by Social Catering!
Complimentary parking is available directly across from Ology on 6th Ave., as well as street parking on Monroe. Please do not park in the lot adjacent to Ology to avoid being towed.
Ginny grew up in Gonzales, Louisiana, the Jambalaya capital of the world, as the oldest of five children. She attended Florida State University and FSU College of Law on academic scholarships and served as FSU student body vice-president where she met her now-husband, who was then serving as student body president. After law school, Ginny practiced international law for seven years, including two years in London and five years in Washington D.C., representing the governments of Kuwait, Jordan, and Ethiopia before international tribunals in Geneva and The Hague. Since moving to Tallahassee in 2005, Ginny has practiced Florida administrative law, for 10 years in the area of environmental and energy law, and now as the managing partner of the Tallahassee office of Panza Maurer & Maynard in the area of health care and higher education law. Ginny has also taught international law as an Adjunct Professor at the FSU College of Law. Since her law career began, Ginny has done pro bono legal work for children in the adoption and foster care system. She and her husband have two sons, Tommy, age 8, and Henry, age 6. Her interests include waterskiing, tennis, mountain hiking, reading, cooking, and mojitos.
Alexandra writes about politics and health care policy for POLITICO Florida and POLITICO Florida pro. Before joining POLITICO, she wrote about politics for the Naples Daily News. At the Daily News, Alexandra covered the 2016 U.S. Presidential election for USA Today Florida, where, as part of a USA Today series on the election, she did a deep dive into swing voters in Hillsborough County. She also uncovered that Southwest Florida Congressman Francis Rooney’s company received federal contracts for which it didn’t qualify.
Alexandra holds a B.S. in economics from Arizona State University and a masters in journalism from Columbia University. She’s also interned for the Center for Responsive Politics in D.C. and freelanced for the Tehran Bureau at The Guardian.
After graduating from Columbia in 2014, she worked as an associate researcher at the university’s Brown Institute. There, she was the story creator for and producer of the virtual reality project, Reframe Iran. In 2016, the project won “best film” at the World Virtual Reality Forum, Switzerland.
Rachić A. Glover
Rachić A. Glover is Deputy Director of Legal Affairs for Life and Health Product Review at the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation, where she counsels the agency on issues related to insurance product compliance with the Florida Insurance Code. A seasoned regulatory attorney with specializations in insurance regulation and government-sponsored health programs, she has spent her career providing legal counsel to state agencies and successfully representing the state of Florida in administrative matters before the Division of Administrative Hearings.
Born and raised in Pensacola, Florida, Rachić is a proud graduate of the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and the Florida State University College of Law with a Juris Doctorate. Believing that to whom much is given, much is expected, she is an avid volunteer with both the Junior League of Tallahassee, where she served on the Board of Directors as the Vice President of Nominating and the Management Team as the Training Director, and the Delta Kappa Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Rachić is wife to attorney and regulatory consultant Anthony J. Glover, of Glover Law, P.A., and mother to a rambunctious nearly three-year-old, Ava Grace.
To register for our January 22 Boss Talk, click here.
Tickets include attendance to the panel discussion, guest choice of Farmer’s Daughter Vineyard wine or a specialty Ology brew, and hors-d’oeuvres from Social Catering & Events, along with a chance to network with fellow #girlbosses. General admission to Boss Talk is available for $30. On-site registration will be offered, but we encourage guests to pre-register on Eventbrite, as availability is limited.
Discounted group tickets are available for groups of five (5) at a rate of $135 per package. Students receive a specially discounted rate of $20 when using the code “student” at checkout and presenting their student ID at the event.
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For questions regarding registration, please email [email protected]rthpublicrelations.com or call 850-320-6167.