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Stories from the Top Program - August 20

As part of The Women’s Museum’s mission to promote women in business, the Museum hosts a yearly program called Stories from the Top. This hallmark program recognizes and applauds the achievements and contributions of the nation’s most outstanding women. The leaders engage in a candid conversation focusing on their respective personal and professional journeys.

This year, the eighth Stories from the Top, focuses on women as top business leaders in our community. The Museum is honored to present: Kellie Fischer, CFO and EVP, Texas Rangers; Kathleen Mason, President and CEO, Tuesday Morning Corporation; Catherine J. Rodewald, President, Prudential Asset Resources; Moderator, Karen Borta, CBS 11 News Anchor.

Held each year at The Women’s Museum, surrounded by the history and stories of our foremothers, women and men alike enjoy a luncheon program of intimate conversations with women who have reached the pinnacle of their careers.

DETAILS:
WHERE: The Women’s Museum
            3800 Parry Avenue
            Dallas, Texas 75226
WHEN: Thursday, August 20, 2011
TIME: 11:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
TICKETS: $100/Individual Ticket, $80/Member Ticket
TABLE: Sponsor Tables available
Purchase tickets/tables at www.thewomensmuseum.org/stories.
*Proceeds benefit The Women’s Museum: An Institute for the Future

Speakers in years past include: Former Texas Governor Ann Richards, U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Major General Kathryn Front, Brigadier General Toreaser Steele, Heloise, Lesley Harris, Shelly S. Stein, Nina G. Vaca, Elaine Agather, Linda Dillman, Melissa Reiff, Gloria Campos, Clarice Tinsley, Karen Borta.

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