Ovation School of Performing Arts - IE Women's Empowerment Benefit Luncheon [dedicated]
Noted Speaker Marlene Lyall to speak at Inaugural IE Women’s Empowerment Luncheon
Success coach, educator and entrepreneur Marlene Elizabeth Lyall will appeal to the power of women making a difference in the lives of precious children through their financial freedom when she headlines the inaugural IE Women’s Empowerment Luncheon on Saturday, July 9.
Themed “The Art of Growing Moneywings,” the event for philanthropists, “mama-preneurs,” businesswomen and supporters of the performing arts will be held from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at the DoubleTree Hotel in Ontario. All proceeds will benefit Ovation School for the Performing Arts in Upland.
Lyall will speak to “heart-centered” women entrepreneurs on a mission to create extraordinary income and impact the world. Her presentation will focus on the power of women making a difference in the lives of children through their financial freedom.
The theme links to Ovation’s approach of not only teaching artistic skills of music, dance and acting, but also developing confidence in children ages 5-18 by teaching life skills such as self-discipline, teamwork and the concept of "paying it forward" by giving back to the community.
The IE Women’s Empowerment Luncheon also will feature musical entertainment by DESIAH, an empowerment workshop, raffles, a presentation about Ovation School and networking. Vendors include Remember Zen Boutique, Doterra Oils with Tina Wong, Plexus Pink Drink, Unearth Malee, and Jennifer with Star Looks at Studio M.
Lyall presents online and live workshops, private coaching and speaking engagements for women entrepreneurs. She previously was the popular co-host of the national Catholic TV program “Word in the World” on Trinity Broadcast Network (TBN) and the Armed Services Network. Her deep faith, combined with her multi-talented list of achievements, have made her an inspirational thought leader and sought after speaker.
Ovation School for the Performing Arts is a 501c3 non-profit organization that provides providing performing arts education to children and teens of all demographics, regardless of ability to pay. With its values-based approach, Ovation has become a safe haven for the youth in our community. Ovation’s students are free to explore their creativity without fear of rejection.
Early registration tickets (through June 25) are priced at $100 ($200 at the door), $150 ($300) and $250 ($500). To make reservations and for more information, contact Lainie Taylor at (909) 736-4146 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.ovationperformingarts.com.