Attendees at the recent women’s empowerment event titled “Woman to Woman: There is Power in Our Stories,” engage in a journal activity during speaker Carotta Winston’s presentation. The event in Lumberton was for women of all ages who want to live a life of purpose and become more empowered to do so. Other speakers were Hollie Young-Oxendine and Gloria Thomas Anderson.
A recent women’s empowerment brunch titled “Woman to Woman: There is Power in Our Stories” took place July 14 in Lumberton. Guest speakers at the event included Carlotta M. Winston, a health educator, motivational speaker, survivor and social justice advocate against childhood sexual abuse, and supporter of the What I Be Project; Hollie Young-Oxendine, an influential wife and mother, singer, and a survivor and domestic violence advocate; and Gloria Thomas Anderson, a motivational speaker, professional consultant for end-of-life and advance care planning.