Innovators, nurturers, risk-takers, leaders, and life-givers—all roles filled by women in Scripture. Each played a critical part in God’s story, a story that continues to flow through Colorado women today.
In this season of marches and #metoo, women demand the respect and recognition that is their due. Yet in our quest to be regarded as equals, have we lost our vision for what makes us unique?
Do Christian women have a distinct role to play in shaping and restoring our world?
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Keynote: Anne Snyder, journalist (New York Times, The Atlantic, Washington Post) & director of The Character Initiative at the Philanthropy Roundtable
Presenters & Panelists:
- Tara Owens – Author, Embracing the Body: Finding God in Flesh and Bone & founder of Anam Cara Ministries
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- Shawn DeBerry Johnson – Director of Community Affairs, Office of the Mayor, City & County of Denver
- Evan Roth – executive coach and advocate for women’s workplace leadership
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This post was published August 14, 2018
Joanna serves as Denver Institute’s Director of Public Engagement, hosts the Faith & Work Podcast, and oversees the Women & Vocation Initiative. Prior to coming to the Institute, Joanna worked in global telecom, nonprofit consulting, and campus ministry with Cru. She served as associate faculty at Denver Seminary and as a sewing instructor at Fancy Tiger Crafts. A third-generation Coloradan, Joanna appreciates both the state’s innovative culture and its cowboy roots. She has an MA in Social Entrepreneurship from Bakke Graduate University and graduated magna cum laude from the University of Colorado, Boulder. She also completed a certificate of Women in Leadership through Cornell University.