The Sister Accord Foundation will host two events to celebrate the Fifth Anniversary of Sister Accord Day
High school aged young ladies and adult women leaders, from Cincinnati and across the country, will come together to celebrate Sisterhood and Leadership Development
By: The Sister Accord
WHAT: The Sister Accord Foundation will hold 2 events to celebrate the 5th Anniversary of Sister Accord Day in Cincinnati, OH. On August 31, 2018 from 6:00-9:00 pm, Mayor John Cranley will join Founder Sonia Jackson Myles in recognizing 7 Successful Women Leaders from Cincinnati and across the country. Michelle Hopkins, PR, Marketing & Media Professional, will be the MC. One of the Honorees, Ruth E. Carter, Costume Designer for The Black Panther Movie, will be the keynote speaker. Another Honoree, International Gospel Music Artist, Jessica Reedy, will provide the entertainment. On September 1, 2018 from 9 am – 3 pm, high school aged young ladies and adult women leaders, from Cincinnati and across the country, will come together to celebrate Sisterhood and Leadership Development at a Tea Party. The Women Leaders will be presented with The Sister Accord Leadership Award during The Tea Party. Participants will have the opportunity to enjoy live performances and inspirational messages from speakers and Honorees.
▪ Sonia Jackson Myles, President & CEO of The Sister Accord Foundation
▪ Lisa Robin Adkinson, Designer & Owner, Lisa Robin Jewelry
▪ Ruth E. Carter, Costume Designer, The Black Panther Movie
▪ Dena Cranley, First Lady of Cincinnati, OH & Chair of First Ladies For Health
▪ Delores Hargrove-Young, Vice Chair, d.e. Foxx & Associates, Inc.
▪ Laura Mitchell, Superintendent, Cincinnati Public Schools
▪ Francie Garber Pepper, Philanthropist and Advocate for Girls & Women
▪ Jessica Reedy, International Gospel Music Artist
WHEN: Friday, August 31, 2018
Media Check-In & Guest Arrival: 5:30 PM Program Start: 6 PM
Saturday, September 1, 2018 Media Check-in & Guest Arrival: 8:30 AM Program Start: 9 AM
WHERE: The Hilton Netherland Plaza Hotel
35 West Fifth Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 August 31: Pavilion/Caprice Ballroom September 1: Continental Ballroom
WHY: Since it's inception on August 31, 2013, The Sister Accord Foundation's Tea Party Tour has influenced nearly 2000 girls and women, across the country, providing the necessary tools on the importance of self-love, and how to ultimately love & respect each other. Founder, Sonia Jackson Myles is on a mission to have 1 billion girls and women live the principles of The Sister Accord. She has witnessed the long-lasting, negative impact of "mean girl" behavior and is providing a powerful platform, through The Sister Accord, to develop strong, empowered and compassionate leaders.
Pam Perry, PamPerryPR.com