Pass the Torch for Women Foundation celebrates 2021 Project Grow Graduation Ceremony

INDIANAPOLIS – Pass the Torch for Women Foundation is hosting the 2021 Project Grow Graduation Ceremony.

The public is encouraged to join the virtual ceremony celebrating the class of women graduating on April 22nd from 5 – 6 p.m. EST.

Tickets can be found online by clicking here. Individual and student tickets are free. 

Community, Supporting, and Event sponsorships are also available for purchase to show support.

Debbie Oatts

Debbie Oatts of Nubian Construction Group and sponsor for the event states, “I have always been passionate about empowering women, and the work we do at Nubian helping women in business success has been a hallmark of what we do since our inception. Partnering with the Foundation to sponsor the ‘Project Grow Graduation’ allows us to further support women in their careers and their development as leaders and increase the positive impact we strive for within this vibrant, exceptional community.” 

Attendees will hear from inspiring keynote speaker, “America’s SuperMom”, LaChelle Adkins.

keynote speaker, “America’s SuperMom”, LaChelle Adkins.

LaChelle Adkins has experience with juggling motherhood, military family life, career, and life in the ministry. She serves as an inspirational speaker, lifestyle designer coach and has created a movement to empower women to overcome stress, depression, and limiting beliefs. Her platform has extended beyond her business to include community outreach with such organizations as Haven House, Children’s Hospital of Atlanta, Communities in Schools of Henry County, and a national 30-day organizational campaign alongside Rachel Ray and organization guru Peter Walsh. 

The ceremony will also highlight student testimonials on how their mentoring experiences have made a positive impact on them throughout their time within the program. Finalists will be named for the Carla Perinne Perry Scholarship Award, with a winner receiving $1,000 toward her continued education. In addition to celebrating the success, dedication and hard work of the Project Grow students, this event is also about recognizing the positive impact that Project Grow has on women throughout the community. 

About Pass the Torch for Women Foundation (PTTFW):

We are creating a community of women and men committed to supporting women throughout their career lifecycles, from college students to emerging leaders to top executives. This community comes together to provide mentoring, networking, and professional development to help women reach their full potential. 

For more information visit this website www.passthetorchforwomen.org.

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