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SheCan Summit Catalyst Awards

The #SheCanSummit weekend kicks off with #SheCan Catalysts Awards Dinner October 18 honoring women and youth in leadership, business and ministry. The “creative black tie” event will raise funds to support empowerment and training programs for women and girls. The night includes dinner and live entertainment from Chicago artist Juiix and STL artist Robert Nelson and The Renaissance Band. The featured honorees are: Maida Coleman, Missouri Commissioner. Cathy “Mama Cat” Daniels, founder of PotBangerz. Kathy Lambert, co-founder/CEO Connections to Success. Lisa Nichols, CEO Technology Partners. Sharon Randle Gardner, Eddie Randle &Sons Funeral Home Jannelly Villegas, educator and activist

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