RESCHEDULED for Feb. 14, 2018!
NOTICE: AWC is rescheduling today’s program with Stacey Skrysak to better accommodate the many we have heard from who want to come, but couldn’t make today work. We apologize for the inconvenience. The program has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018.
Join us on Wednedsay, Feb. 14, 2018 for the AWC Springfield luncheon program, Moving from Criticized to Conqueror, with Stacey Skrysak.
Skrysak shares how she dealt with public criticism as a television news anchor/personality. Stacey was dealing with personal and professional challenges that are difficult to understand.
Join us to hear her very personal story of overcoming, pushing forward and finding the inner confidence to start new chapters in the various areas of her life. She is a strong woman who changed her thoughts, captured the attention of people nationwide with a YouTube video that went viral and is speaking out about bullying in the media and taking on life’s storms.
Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018
Networking: 11:30 a.m. to Noon
Luncheon & Program: Noon to 1 p.m.
Sangamo Club, 227 E Adams St, Springfield
Registration rates (pay by check or cash at the door or debit/credit online):
Members: $17 at door, $20 online
Guests/non-members: $22 at door, $25.28 online
Students: $11 at door, $13.67 online
If you RSVP and are unable to attend, please notify AWC at least 24 hours before the event or you will be charged. If you have special dietary restrictions (vegan, vegetarian, or specific food allergies) please email email@example.com before Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018.
About the speaker:
Skrysak is a familiar face to Central Illinois, appearing at the news desk weeknights on Newschannel 20. After facing years of criticism in the public eye, Stacey has taken a stand against bullies, showing others that it’s the beauty and confidence on the inside that counts.
While she’s well known as a news anchor, her proudest role is being a mother. Stacey is a mother to a 22-week surviving triplet and two angels in Heaven. Through her popular blog, Perfectly Peyton, she has become a voice for infertility, premature birth and child loss.