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On Friday, March the 13th, ‘The Empowerment Project: Ordinary Women Doing Extraordinary Things’ will be coming to Northview Middle School and ALL are invited to attend!
The film focuses on the importance of empowering young girls and women to realize their true potential. The documentary asks, “If you could do anything and you knew you wouldn’t fail, what would you do?”
Following the 54 minute documentary, the audience will have the opportunity to engage in discussion with a panel of empowered women from our own Indianapolis community!!! Among those scheduled to attend are Race Car Driver and Owner, Sarah Fisher, Jennie DeVoe Singer Songwriter, and Priya Krishnan, COO at Eli Lilly and Company.
The documentary is scheduled to begin at 6:30 pm, and discussion after the movie is scheduled to end at 9:30 pm. Funding for this free-to-the-Washington Township Community event, was provided by the Allisonville Elementary PTO and the Washington Township Schools Foundation.
Get a sneak preview of the movie documentary at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTIogIwn8U0
Download an event flier here:
This is a wonderful opportunity for our district youth and families (and you don’t have to be a girl to attend!). We hope that many will take advantage of this time to learn about empowerment and being extraordinary!!
The following women are confirmed for the panel:
Sarah Fisher: Race Car Driver and Owner
Christina Hale: State Representative
Rafia Zakaria: Author of ‘The Woman Upstairs’ and director of Amnesty International, USA
Priya Krishnan: COO at Lilly
Marquice Gee: Senior class president at NC
Tekisha Collins: Entrepreneur and Founder of Smoogy Cookie
Wanda Spann Roddy: School board member
Kim Piper: Director of Elementary Education
Jennie DeVoe; Singer Songwriter
Nicole Misencik: WTHR Meteorologist
Lydia Burris: Artist