Book Signing with Michelle Turman
Working Women of Tampa Bay is hosting a private book signing with WWOTB member and ambassador, Michelle Turman. She is the author of the "Jumping the Queue: Achieving Great Things Before You're Ready".
You'll get to hear Michelle's inspiring story including her opportunity to explore the Titanic at the Lions Eye Institute. Plus you'll get a signed copy of her book! Light bites, desserts and a glass of champagne are included in the celebration. Hope you'll join us!
About Jumping the Queue: Achieving Great Things Before You're Ready
This book is about how to seize those opportunities, achieve great things, and get what you want. The first step toward getting what you want is knowing what you want, and to do that, you have to put yourself out there and be vulnerable. That is a challenge for some women, especially if they’re not confident, still unsure about what they want, or don’t feel “ready.” Michelle Turman’s book shares real-world experiences about her own journey and offers tips, tools, and exercises to create your personal road map to live your purpose.
About Michelle Turman:
Michelle is the Founder of Catalyst Consulting Services whose mission is to facilitate positive change in the areas of executive searches, governance and fundraising coaching, organizational management and strategic planning. With over twenty-one years of nonprofit experience, CCS has been responsible for increasing the impact and best practices of nonprofit organizations and has raised over $60 million for the Tampa Bay community. In 2015, Turman was recognized by Tampa Bay Metro Magazine as one of Tampa Bay’s Distinguished Women in Business and the Face of Nonprofit Change in 2016 and been nominated by Tampa Bay Business Journal as Business Woman of the Year in 2007, 2016 and 2017.
About Our Host:
Through the devotion of Lions Club members, the Lions Eye Institute for Transplant & Research was founded as an eye bank dedicated to the evaluation and distribution of eye tissue for transplantation. As a nonprofit, we are grounded in the belief that everyone deserves the gift of sight, and the Foundation was established for that purpose. We humbly donate over $1 million of our services annually and give thousands of dollars to help improve vision internationally. We work to educate and inspire communities about ocular research as well as host and fund special events to help people understand that blindness is something everyone faces.
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