Philadelphia as a city has had a lot to celebrate the last few weeks!
Our Eagles are flying high in their rightful position, renouncing the inflicted title of underdog and perching themselves at the top of their league.
The entire season was a tough journey for the Eagles, their loved ones and all those who bleed green. At many points; hope was a fleeting proposition that caused all involved to just keep pushing forward.
I believe this struggle has been felt by every person on this earth. Whether you are a diamond being formed in the dirt or a eagle flying high above the storm, we all find success is preceded by an exhausting process of struggles and perseverance.
On Thursday February 15th, the Diamond Daughter Corporation will be honoring Black History Month by teaming up with The Wells Fargo Black/African American Team Member Network to present a night of Inspiration, Networking and Mentorship.
We will hear from 4 inspiring panelists about
their personal journey to success, which includes the triumphs and defeats. This will be a night to Celebrate the Journey and come together to learn from one another.
We invite all ages, genders, and races to attend this FREE event for an experience of united strength.
Appetizers and music will set the stage for a fulfilling night.
Panelists: Rodney Johnson – Department of Homeland Security, Federal Agent Lisa Lewis – District of NJ Federal Public Defender, ESQ Lori Dumas – First Judicial District Judge Angela Deery - Founder of Diamond Daughter Corporation Tomas C. Varela Jr. - Health Professions Advisor at Rowan University
Event Info: Wells Fargo Museum 123 S Broad St Philadelphia Pa 5:30-8:30pm