Thursday, December 6, 2018 | 6-9pm

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When was the last time you used your superhuman powers to conquer your life? Diana Prince, aka Wonder Woman, is not the only female superhero in town. We, too, possess extraordinary strength and power to create positive and healthy changes. However, women are notorious for prioritizing everything above our own self-care. Jenn is proof that we can conquer anything. After her beloved grandmother passed away from heart disease in 2001, Jenn took control of her life and embarked on a remarkable 100-pound weight loss journey – unleashing her inner Wonder Woman. In this powerful session, Jenn shares her story, uncovers the mystique behind Wonder Woman, and helps us all unveil our superhero strength and unleash our goddess-like legacy. You are more powerful than any fierce warrior princess!


Jenn is a wellness speaker, health coach and founder of Weightless, a lifestyle blog and coaching business that empowers women to lose weight and achieve body bliss. After earning two bachelors degrees from the University of Minnesota, Jenn spent over 15 years as a certified fraud investigator and later received a masters in leadership from Augsburg University. In recent years, she began sharing her personal weight loss journey to help women accept and appreciate a healthier and stronger body. Jenn has been featured in Women’s Health, Prevention, Reader’s Digest, First for Women can i buy viagra online with paypal magazine, and Fox 9-KMSP.

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Racism. Sexism. Domestic Violence. These are words that infiltrate our culture yet, we tend to dismiss the profound impacts they have on our identity and how they shape the women we become. Growing up as a second generation, American Guyanese living in a small Midwestern town, Amanda experienced all of this first-hand. As a woman, a person of color and survivor of domestic violence, it was difficult to embrace her inner worth and know that she is enough. In Amanda’s captivating talk, she walks you through her story and shares lessons learned on how to embrace your whole self, release the need to fix things for others, and realize our worth as we strive to live an empowering life.


Amanda is a director at Hennepin County coordinating anti-sex trafficking efforts and the co-founder of the People of Color Employee Resource Group. Amanda’s career is rooted in social and racial justice and she holds several degrees from the University of Minnesota: a bachelors in family social science, and two masters in social work and public policy. As a millennial and a woman of color, she proudly serves under-represented and marginalized communities for the Domestic Abuse Project, New Leaders Council, Women Winning, and West Indian Network. Recently, Amanda was named 40 Under 40 by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.