The Leader’s second annual Women at Work luncheon, presented by Memorial Hermann Greater Heights, an event designed to celebrate the women of this community who work so hard at home and in our businesses, is less than three weeks away.
This year’s event, slated for May 4 from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m., will be held at Memorial Hermann Greater Heights and is open to anyone who wishes to attend.
“Of all the things The Leader does in this community, this may be my favorite event of the year,” said Leader Publisher Jonathan McElvy. “As the proud husband of a woman who works so hard at her job and at our home, I get to see, every day, how important it is that we make sure the ladies in our area know how special they are.”
This year’s event will feature the CEO of Memorial Hermann’s Greater Heights Hospital, Susan Jadlowski, as the keynote speaker. From her rise through the ranks of the hospital, to her work-life balance, Jadlowski’s talk will motivate women in this community who also seek to find that perfect balance.
“I left last year’s Women at Work luncheon with a huge smile on my face,” said Ashley Day of Circa Real Estate. “Not only did the speaker resonate with me, lunch was delicious and the networking invaluable. What a great experience and value. I look forward to participating again [this year].”
While the event is largely designed for women in this community to network and enjoy a wonderful lunch in the week leading up to Mother’s Day, The Leader also has partnered with a local charity, The Mission of Yahweh, to make a generous donation with proceeds from the event.
The Mission of Yahweh is a faith-based shelter designed to help homeless women and their children, providing education and job-readiness to help them find independence and permanent housing.
If you’d like to attend, or if there are significant others who would like to send their wives/partners to the event, please contact The Leader office at (713) 686-8494, or email email@example.com. Tickets are $50. Tickets can be purchased online by clicking here.