1/27/2020BEVERLY, Mass.– Endicott College’s Angle Center for Entrepreneurship and The Spark Collective announce a new event, North Shore Women’s Inventure 2020, to take place on Saturday, February 29, from 8:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the College. This intergenerational women’s forum will feature Certified Life Coach, Oprah Winfrey’s Former Chief of Staff, and Founder of LoveX Global Elizabeth “Libby” Moore, as keynote speaker, who is known for encouraging and inspiring women to create and own their authentic lives. Moore earned an Associate in Radio & Television degree from Endicott in 1986, and served on the College’s Board of Trustees from 2014 through 2018.
North Shore Women’s Inventure 2020 is designed to be a collaborative gathering of women to welcome the new decade—with the idea that anyone can architect their life's adventure. An international speaker/storyteller, adventurer, and creative connector, Moore loves inspiring people to reconnect to possibility in their life and career.
Moore’s keynote talk will focus on helping women connect to their inner wisdom, followed by two motivating workshops designed to provide immediate tools and strategies to envision measurable personal outcomes.
“How exciting to be able to come back to Endicott, to share the past 35 years of my own unexpected life’s journey, with the women of the North Shore,” says Moore. “The path has not been a predictable one, and I am so grateful for that!”
Moore is the founder of LoveX Global, which is focused on bringing the energy of love back into business. In addition to serving as Oprah Winfrey’s chief of staff for more than a decade, she also worked as a consulting producer with the team that created the Emmy award-winning Super Soul Sunday on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN). Moore also worked under Jann Wenner, publisher of Rolling Stone; and Maury Povich. Locally, she started her career on Boston's North Shore at WFNX Radio, Marblehead Reporter, and WNSH Radio.
Inventure 2020 workshop leaders:
Katie Kilty, professor of sport management at Endicott College’s School of Sport Science & Fitness Studies, principal at MindPower Resources, and a certified Dare to Lead facilitator, will work with attendees to understand the physics of vulnerability. Her workshop targets how owning stories of struggle gives one the power to challenge those stories, and instead of repeating them, write new ones with a daring ending that can change the future.
Lindsey Shrayer, licensed mental health counselor (LMHC) and assistant director of Endicott College’s Counseling Center, will lead attendees through a workshop for understanding identity and direction in life through story. Using a tree as a visual metaphor in one’s life, Shrayer provides expert guidance in helping to identify (or perhaps rediscover) personal aspects shaped by the past.
Bobbie Carlton, founder of one of the country’s premier speaker bureau platforms, Innovation Women, will speak about how to leverage expertise and wisdom for visibility opportunities for career development, business success, thought leadership, and diversity.
Actively guiding the workshops throughout the day with her wisdom and insight will be Endicott College alumna Lexi Godlewski ’16, who is a nationally-known strategist, success coach, and podcast host of Building My Empire.
Tickets ($20–149) may be purchased at inventure2020.eventbrite.com. For more information on this event contact Assistant Dean of the Entrepreneurship Center Deirdre Sartorelli at firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-998-7740.