PHOTOS: 7 Leading RI Women Take Part in ‘Note to Self’ Event in Providence
Friday, October 12, 2018
During the free event, the woman shared advice to their childhood selves.
The event was moderated by Alisha Pina. The event was her brainchild.
The seven women include:
- Sierra Barter, CEO and co-founder of the Lady Project
- Marcy Reyes, Founder and Executive Director, The Financial Literacy Youth Initiative
- Eileen Hayes, president & CEO of Amos House
- Pilar McCloud, CEO of A Sweet Creation Youth Org
- O. Rogeriee Thompson, United States Circuit Judge
- Rose Weaver, actress, singer, and playwright
- Chanda Womack, founding Executive Director of Alliance of RI Southeast Asians for Education (ARISE)
GoLocal Photographer Richard McCaffrey was there to capture the event.
See the Photos in the Slideshow Below
Editor's Note: A previous version included speaker Gabriela Domenzain, who was unable to attend. Reyes was added to the lineup.
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