May 31, 2010
Many organizations say they do important work to help women succeed, but Sacramento's Women's Empowerment does--each and every day, year after year. And no other non-profit does it with more grace and dignity and yet, daunting budgetary contraints. By providing women with a safe environment in which to grow and tackle their toughest fears, Women's Empowerment does the work of God on Earth. The walls in the cheerful yet sparse main classroom are literally papered with success stories of hundreds of women who've found employment and most importantly, found themselves and tasted success for perhaps the first time in their lives because of this program. Their outstanding and dedicated staff and volunteers all work collaboratively with their heads, hands and hearts to inspire, motivate and help women live better, eat better, manage finances better, work better and handle stress better. And so much more. In my case, I teach business etiquette skills to empower students to interview confidently, get and keep their jobs in today's tough economy. It is a privilege to present to such a motivated group and an honor to play a small role in one of Northern California's finest humanitarian legacies.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Every time I present, I am welcomed by a motivated group of 25 to 30 women who focus on seeing the light rather than darkness. They take notes, are respectful and always appreciate helpful information. They are goal-oriented and focused on the future.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every month
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
Volunteer & Business etiquette and interviewing skills presentations.