We Inspire Workshop and brunch kicks off in Rose Hall


We Inspire Workshop and brunch kicks off in Rose Hall

Thursday, June 01, 2017

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The We Inspire Women Workshop kick started their activities with an Opulence & Oneness brunch at Iberostar Grande Hotel in Montego Bay on Sunday.

The brunch was held in recognition of the women who will join efforts this year as speakers at We Inspire Women Workshop and Brunch scheduled for the Courtleigh auditorium and Jamaica Pegasus in Kingston on August 26 and 27 respectively.

The event also afforded the women an opportunity to bond and get to know each other.

“We laughed, cried and inspired together as we created the same energy we will transmit at the official event in Kingston. Our theme this year is 'As We Rise' and it speaks to the resounding belief that any woman who desires a better life can and ought to rise beyond any obstacle and pain,” explained Cortia Bingham, CEO, We Inspire.

Sponsors for this year's event include main partners Curves, Jamaica Observer, JMMB, JNGI, LASCO Lasoy, iCOOL, LASCO Oral Care, Elle &Vire, Foska Oats, Jamaica Mountain Peak Coffee, Well Woman, Ari skincare, iprint, Blueprint, PapFlor and Special K.

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