October 23, 2018 “Let’s Talk”
Our first Boss Talk will give our community of women an idea of what Boss Talk is all about, and our mission to give women in our community a platform to positively influence and inspire other women. We will bring together local women leaders on the panel, who provoke, inspire and engage our Tallahassee community — and especially our community of women — to talk/partner with each other and just how important that is to keep our community growing and thriving.
Time and Location
Our first Boss Talk will be on Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at Hearth and Soul! The talk will be from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with Rosé, refreshments, and light hors-d’oeuvres available throughout.
Complimentary parking will be available in front of the location!
Molly Hand is a scholar and editor with a background in both academic and technical writing, editing, and research. She currently serves as the Editing Internship Program Director in the English Department at Florida State University. In this role, she is working to foster critical conversation around professionalism among English students and to maintain a structure of support and resources around the internship program to provide students with the necessary tools for success and career readiness.
Molly Lord is a graduate from Florida State University, who decided to make Tallahassee her home over 20 years ago. Starting her career in the nonprofit industry, she has been serving the big bend community creating partnerships to enhance the lives of low-income families. With a focus on building community partnerships, Molly is skilled in special events, fundraising, and marketing; looking at the large picture of our community’s issues. She sees each new roadblock as a challenge she is ready to accept. Molly has been married to her husband Dustin for 15 years and they have three children.
Reneé Moss has a master of mass communications from the University of Florida and has worked in all aspects of marketing from design to copywriting, account management, business development, and brand development before becoming majority owner of Farmer’s Daughter Vineyards (FDV). With FDV, Reneé oversees vineyard production with her husband as well as directing operations for their tasting room in downtown Thomasville. She oversees all of FDV’s marketing, distribution, retail, promotions, and online marketing.
Registration is now closed.
Tickets include attendance to the panel discussion, light hors-d’oeuvres, Rosé, and refreshments, along with a chance to network with fellow #girlbosses. General admission to Boss Talk is available for $30.
Discounted group tickets are available for groups of five (5) at a rate of $135 per package. Students may use code “student” at checkout and present their student ID at the event for a discount.
For questions regarding registration, please email [email protected] or call 850-320-6167.
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