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  Women's Athletic Network: Support Last Home SU Women's Basketball Game
  Women TIES International Women's Day & Rochester Event “Solutions to Customer Pricing Challenges”
  Order Your Own Pink Glasses And Join our Pink Glasses Mission
  Start Your Own 261 Fearless Club in New York State
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POSTPONED DUE TO FAMILY EMERGENCY: Women TIES February CNY Women Rising Weekend "Write the Past - Using Expressive Writing to Let Go and Grow"

Linda Lowen Featuring:
Linda Lowen
Always Wanted To Write

Saturday, February 24, 2018
10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Always Wanted To Write Studio 316 Delavan Center 501 West Fayetteville St. Syracuse, NY

Reservations due:  February 22

$47.00  (Two hour session, coffee, tea and snacks)

This event is being postponed to March due to a family emergency of Tracy Higginbotham. We will intend to move the event into March. Thank you for your understanding.

Women TIES Equality Division is pleased to offer this very special program in Syracuse as part of our next "CNY Women Rising Weekend in February- Write the Past: Using Expressive Writing to Let Go and Grow."

Women TIES Founder Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham had a #MeToo experience in her first professional job in Philadelphia which she didn't discuss until taking 110 women to the Women's March on DC when other women shared their stories. A year later the #MeToo movement offered Tracy the opportunity to share her experience with others. Since then women affiliated with Women TIES have discussed their stories with her so we are offering this unique workshop.

For every voice out there sharing her #MeToo story, there are a hundred others who remain silent. You don't have to go public to heal. Learn how to take the first steps in writing down your story — just for yourself — in order to release its hold on you. In this two-hour workshop, writer Linda Lowen will describe the process of expressive writing to release past traumas, and explain how putting your experience down in words can help you let go. By applying a few simple storytelling strategies, you can move past lifelong blocks and grow into the whole person you are meant to be.

This workshop is for those who've never written before, or who simply want to write for themselves and are not interested in publication. If you're driven to tell your #MeToo story in a way that can impact readers and publication is your goal, WomenTIES will be offering another workshop in March with this focus in mind.

The event includes a two hour session with presentation by Linda Lowen plus time to write. Coffee and tea along with a few snacks. The studio is limited to 14 seats so make your reservation early. There is parking at the building.

Take the time to finally get motivated to write your story - whatever that story is - to set yourself free and open to new space inside you for 2018.

About the Presenter

Linda has won local, regional and national awards for her print and broadcast coverage of women's issues and health/wellness. From 2007-2013 she was the Women's Issues Expert at About.com, ranked as the top women's issues website on Google. Today, those articles are available at ThoughtCo.com.

Currently she teaches writing at the Downtown Writer's Center and at Always Wanted To Write, a writing studio at the Delavan Center that offers in-person and online classes and one-on-one coaching for writers. She's a contributor to The Writer Magazine, a theater reviewer for syracuse.com / Syracuse Post-Standard, and has written for MSN.com and MSN Living. Info on classes: AlwaysWantedToWrite.com. More on her background: LindaLowen.com.



Women's Athletic Network: Support Last Home SU Women's Basketball Game

SU Women's Basketball Game Featuring:
Syracuse University Women's Basketball Team

Sunday, February 25, 2018
12:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Carrier Dome, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York

Reservations due:  February 24

$5.00  (General Admission - Game Ticket )

Women TIES and it's Women's Athletic Network invite you to join us one last time for some great SU Women's Basketball as they play Boston College during their last home game.

Come cheer on the really fantastic SU's WOMEN basketball team. The SU team is really talented and deserves a larger group of fans in the audience. This game is the last home game during regular season and senior day.

The tickets range from $5-$15, parking is free, the band and cheerleaders are there along with food and drinks.

All we need are YOU in the stands. Please show your support to these female athletes.



Women TIES International Women's Day & Rochester Event “Solutions to Customer Pricing Challenges”

Jenalee Herb Featuring:
Jenalee Herb and Lisa Powers
Realtor Associate and Attorney
Howard Hanna Real Estate Services and Boylan Code

Thursday, March 8, 2018
11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Midvale Country Club, Penfield, New York

Reservations due:  March 6

$30.00  (Member Rate)
$35.00  (Non-Member Rate)

International Women's Day is celebrated on March 8 every year. It commemorates the movement for women's rights.While the first observance of a Women's Day was held on February 28, 1909 in New York, March 8 was suggested by the 1910 International Woman's Conference to become an "International Woman's Day." After women gained suffrage in Soviet Russia in 1917, March 8 became a national holiday there. The day was then predominantly celebrated by the socialist movement and communist countries until it was adopted in 1975 by the United Nations.

Women TIES will celebrate International Women's Day with its Rochester region focusing on the topic of pay inequality.

In 2018 pay inequality remains a forefront issue facing women in business. Although the public thinks entrepreneurs can earn unlimited money by working hard and setting their own price, most don't realize when it comes to pricing women follow suit follow their corporate sisters by getting paid less. It is time to change this mindset and policy in 2018!

At the Women TIES Rochester Luncheon "Solutions to Customer Pricing Challenges," three established business women will share their mindset on setting their prices without lowering commissions or fees, how to handle prospective client objections and how to convert a proposal into a contract when the discussion is focused on money only. The event will also allow for a healthy dialog on this subject by giving the audience a chance to share their strategies and observations on this topic.

The three presenters include Jenalee Herb of Howard Hanna Real Estate, Lisa Powers of Boylan Code and Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham of Women TIES.

During Women's History Month, it is essential for women to have this conversation to help erase pay inequality still facing them today even as entrepreneurs. The buck stops here.

We are looking for one or two sponsors for this program if you are in the financial field or have a business you'd like to promote, contact Women TIES for sponsorship details at 315-708-4288 or info@womenties.com.

About the Presenter

Jenalee Herb is a Realtor Associate at Howard Hanna Real Estate Services in Pittsford, NY and team leader of the Howard and Herb Team. The team focuses on all aspects of residential real estate in Monroe and surrounding counties.

Jenalee is a Rochester, NY native and graduate of St. John Fisher College, where she received a degree in business management. Prior to being a licensed salesperson, she was a real estate paralegal for a local law firm. Her passion for real estate and her drive to help others achieve their dreams lead her to explore a career in helping people with one of the largest and most exciting purchases of their lives. Her experience at the law firm gave her the knowledge and contract expertise that she pulls from for the day to day dealings in her real estate business. Since joining Howard Hanna in 2009, Jenalee has made it her priority to serve her clients' best interests and exceed their expectations.


Lisa Powers is a partner with the Family Wealth and Asset Protection Group of Boylan Code, LLP, a Rochester-based law firm catering to business owners and their families. Lisa assists individual law firm clients to protect assets, maximize transfer tax savings and preserve and pass on legacies of more than just money. In her consulting role she speaks on personal finance topics, especially charging what you are worth for business owners, asset protection strategies, government assistance and community connections.

Lisa offers private consultations as well as workshops and premium coaching for leaders and executive teams with a focus on strategic growth, profits and innovation.



Order Your Own Pink Glasses And Join our Pink Glasses Mission

Women TIES Pink Glasses
Saturday, March 31, 2018
3 p.m.

Reservations due:  March 3

$12.00  (Pink glasses, mission card and shipping )

Women TIES is launching its new Pink Glasses Mission to help inspire women to "See Pink. Buy Pink. Live Pink." We feel the pink glasses will help women look for and fix inequality facing women on a more regularly basis if they own a pair or wear a pair of our pink glasses.

What does "See Pink. Buy Pink. Live Pink." mean?

See Pink - Look for women's inequality in life and try to do something immediate about it.

Buy Pink - Buy from women first and foremost to help eradicate pay inequality.

Live Pink - Support women and girls programs and issues to help lift up women today and the generation of women to follow.

Women TIES Directory showcases women entrepreneurs or women in business who you can buy from or hire. Decide in 2018 to put your money in the hands, bank accounts or pocketbooks of women first and foremost to help eradicating pay inequality. Women will never earn as much as men if women don't start buying from them deliberately and often! This is what we call "Living the Women TIES Mission".

Fill out the "event registration" form with your address information and the pink glasses you order will be shipped to you within 7 days. The glasses do not have a prescription. They fit all sizes. They have womenties.com on the side arm. The cost includes the glasses and shipping in the USA.



Start Your Own 261 Fearless Club in New York State

261 Fearless Chicago Featuring:
Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham
261 Fearless

Sunday, April 1, 2018

Reservations due:  April 1

Cost: Free

Women TIES is proud to be a promotional partner with 261 Fearless, Inc., a global non-profit organization founded by pioneer runner Kathrine Switzer. 261 Fearless uses running as a vehicle to empower and unite women through the creation of local running clubs, education opportunities, communication platforms and social running events.

They aim to break down the barriers of geography and create a global community for women runners of all abilities to support, encourage, and inspire each other towards a positive sense of self and fearlessness. 261 Fearless clubs can be found currently on three continents and there will be more soon.

Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham, Founder of Women TIES, LLC, and a member of 261 Fearless for 2 years, is helping the organization grow 261 Fearless Clubs across New York State.

If you are interested in one of these:

1. Start your own non-profit club as a "business venture" to supplement your current entrepreneurial career or to create your own entrepreneurial career.

2. Start your own 261 Fearless Club to get connected to bring women in your community empowerment through running while connecting them to females all over the globe.

3. Become a 261 Fearless Coach to help out Club Leaders in your part of the state.

To find out more information about 261 Fearless, visit www.261fearless.org or call Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham at 315-708-44288 or email her at thigginbotham@261fearless.org

This is an excellent way to support women and yourself and to help change the world for women through running.

About the Presenter

Tracy met Kathrine Switzer founder of 261 Fearless in New York City in 2015 along with CEO Edith Zuschmann from Austria. There Tracy met 13 women from around the globe. They ran together in New York City as they helped to bring 261 Fearless to life around the country and globe.

Tracy joined the 261 Fearless Boston Marathon team to celebrate Kathrine's 50th Anniversary of her gender barrier breaking moment in 1967. After running the Boston Marathon in April 2017, she is more committed to help 261 Fearless recruit more women to start clubs or coach in the United States.




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