An event for women in the workplace
What's it all about?

An evening of invigorating conversation of like minded women, who are dealing with the challenges of similar life balance issues while working in the marketplace. Enjoy roundtable discussions among your peers as you have the opportunity to discuss hot topics for women in the workplace, share ideas and build new relationships with other women in your area of business, life-stage & career path.

Join panelists Colleen Rouse, Valorie Burton & Shaunti Feldhahn as they discuss what it looks like to maintain a spirit of grace and still mean business in the workplace. This is an invaluable opportunity to connect and meet other Christian professional women from the Atlanta area and explore topics such as: Strategies for coping with 'credit-takers' in the workplace, learning how to know yourself & know your audience, and managing your emotions at work.

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Equipping women in the workplace to thrive in every area of life.
Colleen Rouse
Colleen Rouse

Pastor, International Trainer, Speaker, Wife & Mom

Valorie Burton
Valorie Burton

Personal & Executive Coach, Author and Speaker

Shaunti Feldhahn
Shaunti Feldhahn

Best-selling Author, Speaker, Researcher, Wife & Mom

Colleen Rouse, along with her husband, Dennis, pioneered Victory World Church in 1990 after receiving a clear vision from the Lord to start a church in the Atlanta area that would reconcile cultures, build families, transform its community and impact the world. Today, that dream is a reality with more than 10,000 attendees each weekend representing over 106 different nationalities and hundreds of thriving local and global missions projects. Colleen has a passion for women in every area of life - as moms, wives, friends, professionals and sisters-in-Christ. She has founded several successful programs that have helped hundreds of women thrive in every area of life through mentoring, events and teaching. She is also actively involved as an International Trainer for Equip, which focuses on leadership development for Pastors and leaders of faith-based organizations. She and Dennis have been married for 28 years are dedicated parents to their adult daughter, Lauren.

Valorie Burton is a Certified Personal and Executive Coach who has served hundreds of clients in over 40 states and eight countries, Valorie Burton is founder of The Coaching and Positive Psychology (CAPP) Institute – a training and leadership development company. She is author of six books on personal development, including How Did I Get So Busy?, Listen to Your Life, and What's Really Holding You Back?, all published by divisions of Rando House. She is deeply committed to helping people be more resilient so they can thrive in life and work. She helps readers and audiences get unstuck, be more productive, and live with balance and purpose. Her newest book, Where Will You Go From Here?, helps readers move forward when life doesn't go as planned.

Shaunti Feldhahn is a popular public speaker, research analyst and best-selling author with 2 million copies of her books sold in 18 different languages. She holds a Master in Public Policy with a concentration in business from Harvard University, and worked on Wall Street as an analyst and on Capitol Hill before becoming a surprise bestselling author and relationship researcher. Her popular “Only” series includes for adults: For Women Only, For Men Only and For Parents Only and for teens : For Young Women Only, and For Young Men Only. Each book is based on a nationwide survey and more than 1,000 personal interviews. After launching her latest book, The Male Factor: The Unwritten Rules, Misperceptions and Secret Beliefs of Men in the Workplace, on The Today Show in January 2010, Shaunti is now speaking to corporate groups about her surprising findings. This knowledge has proven to be of great interest to talented, high-potential women in the workplace as well as to men who want to cultivate positive working relationships. Just as if they were doing business in a foreign culture, women find knowledge of the “internal” male culture immediately valuable in overcoming obstacles they may not have been aware of before, and having the greatest possible effectiveness and influence with male bosses, colleagues, subordinates or clients. While writing, speaking, and researching keeps her busy, this wife of attorney-entrepreneur Jeff Feldhahn and mother of two young children keeps her family as her top priority.