Women's Leadership Luncheon Series

On September 17, 2013, Chairperson Mary Brooks, CFP of Integrē Wealth Management gathered with 60 women professionals and executives at the second Women's Leadership Series in support of Family Paths. Kristin Richmond, CEO of Revolution Foods, gave a lively and inspirational presentation on how she turned her passion for education into a successful business, all while providing 1 million meals per week to underserved children across the country.

The Women’s Leadership Luncheon Series was sponsored by the Raymond James Network of Women Advisors and was the second in a series in which women making an impact in the business and professional world are invited to share their insights and tell their stories. The programs are held in support of Family Paths, a non-profit agency serving Oakland and the East Bay. Family Paths is dedicated to replacing the cycle of domestic and street violence with a cycle of healing for children and their families, through counseling, mental health services, parent education and other support, including a 24-hour free hotline and a Victims of Crime program. The Emcee for the series is Aimee Allison, author, public affairs television host and Director of Media and Community Outreach for the San Francisco Department on the Status of Women.

Dr Gail Stevens..

Group of women.

Group of women.

Jaye, Annie, Mary and Aeshah posing for photo.

Kristin and Marcella posing for photo.

Kristin giving presentation.

Kristin smiling while giving presentation.

Marcella, Annie and Mary posing for photo.

Nicole, Maggie and Mary posing for photo.

Aimee, Mary and Kristin smiling.

I choose to make the rest of my life the best of my life.
Louise Hay