November 2016, Tunbridge Wells, Kent:
Women Work – Keep Dreaming Big and Aim High!
by Kent PR agency Media Word Waves
A full day of inspiration for women from all over Kent will be taking place at the Assembly Halls Theatre in Tunbridge Wells on 10th March 2017 who are supporting the event by donating the use of the main theatre to the cause. With at least 1000 expected to attend the workshops and evening gala show it will be one not to be missed. Tickets are just £5 per person with all proceeds to be donated to the Pickering Cancer Drop In Centre.
The event will empower women, mothers, daughters and the men who support them to believe that they can make a positive impact in their family’s lives and be powerful educators to their children. The event is an opportunity to build positive relationships, be happy with who they are, raise awareness of mental health issues amongst women and young people as the next generation of entrepreneurs/leaders/mentors. Most importantly, to believe that, at any age, with courage and the right support and network, you can challenge yourself to write a new story and a better future for yourself and your family.
The event is the vision of Ania Jeffries, a local mother of three and business entrepreneur who is passionate about inspiring and boosting the confidence of women. Ania’s enthusiasm for the event has managed to pull together a large pool of talented people from all across Kent to help motivate and boost confidence in others in all that they do. Ania said “I have been blown away by the generosity of the local community and would like to thank all of those that have had a hand in helping to pull this event together”.
“I always thought that our role as a parent was to inspire our children, but over the last few years, during a period of great transition, I realised that, in fact, our children can provide us with a fountain of inspiration to push us to follow our own dreams. When setting up my Life and Career Coaching business, I was motivated to work as a Mentor in a School by my family. I realised that as a parent you can make a huge difference in your child’s world, you can encourage them as well as their friends to find passion in all that they do and this starts with loving yourself, in building your own self-belief and confidence.” Added Ania
The event is aimed at all women from school leavers who are stepping onto the career ladder for the first time, women who are looking to return to work after a career break or those who have never worked. The event will bring together communities who might not normally engage, raise awareness of local services, employment, training opportunities in the area and brings the opportunity to start powerful new conversations with family and friends.