Concerned Black Women (CBW) will hold a Women’s Conference on Saturday, June 6, 2015, 9 am to 1 pm, at the Calvert County Baptist Church, 2190 Solomons Island Road, Prince Frederick, MD, located next to Adams Rib Restaurant.
Plenary Speaker is Dawn C. Fitzpatrick, Founder of Pink Distinction–a health advocacy group. Ms. Fitzpatrick is a 10 year breast cancer survivor, a 13 year heart survivor, volunteer with the American Cancer and the American Heart Associations, and special education teacher at all levels of the Baltimore City public school system. Dawn renders motivational speeches in the community to provide messages of encouragement, enlightenment and support to families about health issues and topics pertaining to real-life experiences. Dawn is a graduate of Virginia State University plus graduate studies at John Hopkins University and Coppin State University. She is a member of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
The following workshops will be featured: 1) How to Start Your Own Business 2) The Super Women Syndrome in the 21st Century 3) Women and Leadership: What Kind of Leader are You? 4) Women and Violence Protection. You select 2 workshop choices.
Conference cost is $15.00 each which includes registration, continental breakfast and box lunch.
All are welcomed. Some scholarships are available to those in need to attend the conference. Come to be informed about how to be “Recharged & Take Charge.”
Send checks payable to: CBW; mail to P. O. Box 927; Prince Frederick, MD 20678. Direct questions to: 443-550-1229 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Online registration located at–