Shades of Leadership 2018

Shades of Leadership 2018

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Join us to celebrate female-identified youth of color who are leading the way in our community at our annual benefit for YWCA GirlsFirst.
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2018 Shades of Leadership

November 15, 2018 | 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Shades of Leadership will feature a champagne reception, dinner by Tom Douglas Catering, and remarks from Stephanie LaBoo, a Project Manager in the Chemical and Materials Risk Management group at Boeing.

Stephanie LaBoo

Buy your early bird ticket by October 15 and save $25! Please note that early bird tickets are $100 (+ processing fees) and will be $125 (+processing fees) thereafter.

YWCA GirlsFirst encourages leadership, instills confidence, develops skills, and provides opportunities to over 140 female-identified youth of color in Seattle and King County each year.

For sponsorship information, contact Alicia Crank at acrank@ywcaworks.org or 206.490.4372.

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Palace Ballroom

2100 5th Ave
Seattle, WA 98121
United States

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Event Coordinator
Andriana Alexis 

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Palace Ballroom

2100 5th Ave
Seattle, WA 98121
United States

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