September Courage to Run: Create. Innovate. Renew.
with Minnie Ingersoll, Google.org‘s Principal of Civic Innovation
Resilient bodies. Strong minds. Visionary leaders – with the Courage to Run. Whether running a meeting, running a team, running a board or running for public office, it takes COURAGE.
Courage to Run is a leadership initiative dedicated to mutually developing women professionals on boards, in business and to public service. We help our members explore innovations that emerge while in motion (walking/running/stretching) and translate them into inspiring actions and effective tools for leading in our personal/professional worlds.
Each Courage to Run event (of varying lengths – ladies’ choice) blends movement, thought, discussion and networking around a central leadership theme or question intended to engage you creatively and cognitively. Featured speakers are exemplary women leaders from the public, private and non-profit worlds who demonstrate authenticity, resiliency and humility, and a commitment to ongoing learning, active listening and collaboration.
This September, Courage to Run is thrilled to welcome our featured speaker, Minnie Ingersoll, Google.org‘s Principal of Civic Innovation (Old School Googler, Lifetime Beginner Surfer, Ironwoman, San Francisco Commissioner, Mom To Be). Minnie will share how her professional experiences at Google create, innovate and renew the various roles she plays today.
Saturday, September 21, 2013 from 8:30am to 11:45am
Dolores Park and Chow on Castro, San Francisco
A detailed itinerary and information on what to bring will be sent to participants no later than Thursday, September 19.
All inclusive ticket prices include registration, morning coffee, workout, guided dynamic flow and stretch, full brunch (mimosa included), and access to a growing network of dynamic women leaders. Early bird registration ($30) closes on September 4. Regular registration ($35) closes on September 13. Last call registration ($40) closes on Wednesday, September 18. Limited space available.
For more information, visit www.couragetorun.org