Due to COVID-19 concerns, all branch meetings will be conducted on the Zoom platform until further notice.
Meetings may be joined on computers, electronic tablets and smart phones.
Instructions for joining each meeting will be sent a few days in advance.
September General Meeting
Date: Saturday, September 26, 2020
Time: 10:30 A.M.
Program: Angela Schultz, International Hat Designer to the Stars
Angie Schultz was born and raised in Kentucky. She has a degree in education from Western Kentucky University. In true Southern Belle form she has focused her creative gifts in designing beautiful one-of-a-kind Derby hats, each hat a piece of art. Angie is inspired by the femininity of women, and she says her designs are meant to be fun and stylish. Her goal is to empower women by encouraging them to be confident and fearless. She has found passion in her work, and it shows.
In normal times Angie is all the rage on national TV morning shows and with spreads in local and national magazine publications. During Kentucky Derby season her collection can be found at the exclusive "Attitudes by Angie" Annual Louisville Downtown Marriott Hat Show and at local designer shops throughout the city. Famous personalities are seen wearing her hats at the Derby on the first Saturday in May.
Angie has been a personal friend of our member Karen Mathis for over 46 years. Karen has observed Angie's giving spirit through the years. One such donation was partnering with WHAS TV for a monthly giveaway to local shero candidates submitted by their communities and family members on the basis of their giving.
Angie is also an author but mostly an amazing woman, mother, and grandmother who happens to have a huge heart for inspiring and empowering women. Check out her website to see some of her wonderful creations: attitudesbyangie.com
Karen Mathis, Program Committee
October General Meeting
Date: Saturday, October 17, 2020
Time: 10:30 A.M. on Zoom
Program: Rosemarie Day, CEO, Day Health Strategies
Rosemarie Day (daughter of long-time Cabrillo-Diego member Sandra Day) helped lead the 2006 launch of "Romneycare," the health care reform in Massachusetts which became the model for the Affordable Care Act.
Rosemarie has been working on health care reform ever since and is passionate about universal healthcare and women's health issues. She is the founder and CEO of Day Health Strategies, a mission-driven, woman-owned consulting firm celebrating its 10th anniversary. She is also a mother, breast cancer survivor and activist.
Rosemarie is the author of Marching Toward Coverage: How Women Can Lead the Fight for Universal Healthcare, published by Beacon Press in March, 2020.
Join us on Zoom from the comfort of your home to hear this important presentation. If possible, obtain and read her book prior to the meeting. Purchase directly from Rosemarie at https://rosemarieday.com/
or visit your favorite book purveyor.
Barbara Fitzsimmons, Program Committee