|TAMPA, FL –Personal finance guru, best-selling |
author and award-winning television host Suze Orman
will receive the 2019 Helen Gordon Davis Women’s
Leadership Award at the 2019 Wave Change Luncheon
on Friday, March 29th, at the Tampa Marriott Waterside.
Ann W. Madsen, Executive Director of The Centre for
Women said this event has become the
the excitement we are hearing about Suze Orman, we expect a capacity crowd. Each
attendee will also receive a copy of her newly revised bestseller, Women & Money.
Orman made her mark in the financial services industry and helped to introduce women to
financial strategies through her New York Times bestselling books and The Suze Orman
advice column for O, The Oprah Magazine. She is the former author of Yahoo!‘s “Money
Matters” and has written for the Costco Connection Magazine. She contributes to The
Philadelphia Inquirer, Lowes Money Works, and Your Business at Home Magazine.
Tampa Business Leader and Philanthropist Paddy Moses will receive this year’s WAVES award
which honors a local leader for her work in the
community. Paddy is the former CEO/Owner of Norrell
Temporary Services. She serves as Chair of the
Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees and the Greater
Tampa Chamber of Commerce Liaison to MacDill AFB
and Chair of the Private Industry Council, Tampa Bay.
Amanda Stevens, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating and Strategy Officer at
for Women Board and a member of the League of Extraordinary Women.
Kelly McBride, Vice President of the Poynter Institute and one of the leading voices on
media ethics, will reprise her role in leading an onstage community conversation with
If you would like to sponsor or purchase tickets, contact Development Director April Kiser
(firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit www.TheCentre.org.
|ABOUT THE HELEN GORDON DAVIS CENTRE FOR WOMEN Founded in 1977 by Florida’s iconic champion for women, the late Helen Gordon Davis, The Centre for|
personally and professionally. Programs
Counseling & Wellness, the Tampa Bay Women’s Business Centre for Entrepreneurs; The Centre for Girls,
and a Construction Services Program to help seniors with emergency home repairs (SHIP) and to help women
learn the construction trades.