Register Now: “The Year She Leapt!” — A Women’s Mentor Dinner

The Year She Leapt-EventbriteEvery day fearless women are taking giant leaps. These are three of those stories.  

Come, learn from three women who set out on a new path, and have accomplished tremendous success as a result.  

If you are thinking of leaping into a new career, new passion, new YOU, don’t miss this event!  

We are here to support, inspire, and encourage you.  



Leading this discussion are three incredibly fearless women.

MEG SEITZ, Founder and Managing Creative Partner of toth shop

Meg Seitz is the Founder and Managing Creative Partner of toth shop, an agency with one goal: Elevate your brand’s content through powerful writing, creativity, and strategy.  As well, she serves as an Adjunct Professor with Queens University’s Vandiver Center for Career Development and Founding Partner of the educational platform and children’s book series, “Bea is for Business” designed to teach children ages 5-9 business principles. There are currently five books in the series. Seitz holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Kenyon College and an MBA from Wake Forest University School of Business.

KEISHA A. RIVERS, Founder and Chief Outcome Facilitator of The KARS Group, LTD

Keisha A. Rivers is the founder and Chief Outcome Facilitator of The KARS Group, LTD, specializing in providing personal and professional strategic development services to small businesses, organizations and individuals. She is also the founder and Executive Director of The KARS Institute for Learning & Collaboration, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide training, resources and support to new and emerging nonprofits.  She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Master’s degree in Curriculum & Instruction with a concentration in Leadership & Development from the University of New Orleans.A gifted speaker, facilitator and trainer, attendees at her events have remarked at her passion, professionalism, talent, creativity and ability to communicate that not only educates, but inspires action. It is this undeniable belief in what’s possible and the passion with which she communicates her belief that empowers her clients to find ways to make the possible more probable and the probable therefore doable.

BETSY IDILBI, Co-Founder and CEO of Tech Talent South

Before starting Tech Talent South, Betsy ran a physical product development company, Little Idea, which merged with product development giant, Enventys. Since starting TTS, Betsy has been named CIO of the Year by Charlotte Business Journal, a Leader Under 40, one of the 25 people to know in the Charlotte startup scene, named one of the 7 people to watch in Charlotte in 2016 by the Charlotte Observer, and honored by the Charlotte Business Journal as a 2016 Woman of the Year. Betsy holds a degree in Journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.



This purpose of this Mentor Dinner is help women leap into their dreams.

Speakers will share:

  • Their own professional path and the stories & lessons from the journey that has achieved greatness
  • Their own personal take on “LEAPING INTO YOUR DREAM”.
  • Offer practical tips to help women build stamina, courage, and resiliency.

Each speaker will speak for 20 – 30 minutes, followed by a short Q&A with the audience. The evening ends with a speed round of mentorship for the audience to collect practical advice from fellow female professionals.

Registration includes a three-course meal at Cantina 1511.  

You bring the dreams.  We will serve dinner and inspiration. 

***As always, Pink Mentor Network events are open to current and future women in business.  Moms, bring your teenage daughters.  Open their eyes to new careers and the successful women who do that work.*** 


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