Join us on Saturday, July 20 between 1pm-4pm for a Conversation and Book Signing with Karen Arrington. The event will feature Karen Arrington, a women’s empowerment expert, Goodwill Ambassador to Sierra Leone, and founder of Miss Black USA, discussing her new book Your Next Level Life: 7 Rules of Power, Confidence, and Opportunity for Black Women in America.
“This is an action-based book full of steps you can take right now if you are ready for your next level. Trust me, it’s because of Karen I became a Goodwill Ambassador! Learn from one of the most powerful women in the USA, who has been blazing trails and creating sustainable million-dollar wealth from Washington DC to the sands of Abu Dhabi. Buy the book and get ready to be elevated!”― Natascha Faye Saunders, founder of The Youth Career Coach Inc. and associate director at Harvard University
There will be desserts, mocktails, bra-fit experiences, and lots of girl power.
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About Karen Arrington:
Karen Arrington is an award-winning women’s empowerment expert and the founder of the Miss Black USA Pageant. More than a pageant, it's a movement―celebrating the talents and achievements of today's black women and awarding over $500,000 in college scholarships to date. Since founding the pageant in 1986, Karen has mentored over 1,000 young women, helping them get into top medical schools, land major modeling and recording contracts, secure life-changing grants and sponsorship deals, and more. In addition, Karen is a philanthropist and humanitarian whose work has touched millions of lives. She’s the co-founder of Diabetes Awareness Day in West Africa and was named a Goodwill Ambassador to the countries of The Gambia and to the Republic of Sierra Leone. Karen has received numerous awards including leadership awards from The Lifetime Network and Jones New York, the Trailblazer's Award by Zeta Phi Sorority (the highest award that is bestowed in this sorority which has over 21,000 members), Maryland Black Mayors Honors for commitment and dedication to the community, and she was a Woman’s Day Magazine Red Dress Honoree along with CNN’s Sanjay Gupta and Olympic gold medalist Dana Vollmer. Karen has been interviewed in places like The Washington Post, Woman’s Day, Jet, and on BET. More info about Karen’s work can be found at karenarrington.com. Find out more at www.karenarrington.com.