PRLog - Nov. 27, 2011 - NEW YORK -- Over 100 friends and supporters gathered on Saturday, November 19, 2011, in the New York City, to celebrate the upcoming launch of theWILDWomanProject and raise awareness of the movement. Featuring a group of talented performers and a silent auction, the four-hour event provided an opportunity for guests and donors to connect, network, and learn about the project and each other.
Chris Maddox (center) and friends at the party
TheWILDWomanProject, which launches on January 1, 2012, is dedicated to empowering women with tools and a support community to create the life of their wildest dreams.
“It is a hugely exciting time to be a woman,” said Chris Maddox, creator of the Project, “Generations of women before us have prayed for this time- worked for it, fought for it, wept for it, meditated on it. Their dream has come true. I don’t dare let them down.”
She cited data released last year, showing that American women in their 20s and 30s are now outearning men by a not insignificant margin. “Things are changing. We are collectively becoming more and more incapable of settling for less in work, relationships, spirituality,”
“I came tonight to support a project I deeply believe in. “— said Nathalie Lailler, a Bioinformatics Engineer at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Having participated in numerous workshops lead by Chris Maddox, Nathalie has had a chance to meet her inner “Wild Woman” and wishes more women could have this amazing experience, she noted.
A designer Hilary Dare shared similar sentiment. "I came to the party for theWILDwomanproject to support and celebrate Chris Maddox and her fellow WILD women because WE are indeed making a difference in the world! I came to support and honor my loving community."
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