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Seattle Ignited Women Project is an event dedicated to redefining what success and strength mean as a woman. This is an empowering and inspiring opportunity to hear from nationally recognized leaders in their field. Redefine success and gain a new perspective on the many ways to be a strong female.

Gain perspective from author and activist Erin Brown, former professional soccer player Lori Lindsey, and ESPN SportsCenter anchor Dianna Russini, on how they have navigated these murky waters and how we can best help support one another on our own unique path to strength and success.

The opportunity to hear these high profile speakers will go FAST, so be sure to register for the event and reserve your spot ASAP.

1. Erin Brown
Erin Brown is a writer, speaker & activist whose work focuses on women, healing and autonomy. She utilizes authentic narrative to promote empathy and compassion toward ourselves and others. She is a feminist, an intuitive, a firm believer in radical self-care and a coach. Unafraid to be big, in presence or in thighs.

2. Lori Lindsey
Lori is a former professional soccer player who has represented her sport on both a national and international level. Her professional playing career spanned 13 years, with her most notable accomplishment representing the United States Women’s National Team at the 2011 Women’s World Cup in Germany, and helping the team earn the 2012 Olympic Gold Medal in London. Lori is one of only four players to have played in all three U.S. professional women’s soccer leagues. She finished her career in December 2014 with Canberra United of the Australian W-League where she played the past two seasons. Lori was a two-time All-American at the University of Virginia and was twice named ACC Player of the Year, joining Mia Hamm as the only two players to accomplish the feat.

3. Dianna Russini
Dianna is an ESPN SportsCenter anchor. Prior to joining ESPN, Russini was the main sports anchor at WRC-TV (NBC4) in Washington, D.C. anchoring evening sportscasts, reporting from major live events and breaking news on both television and social media. Dianna worked as an anchor and reporter for both news and sports for NBC Connecticut before going to Washington. Prior to working in Connecticut, Russini worked for Comcast Sports in Seattle, WNBC in New York City, and News 12 Westchester, N.Y. She started her TV career interning at ABC News for Diane Sawyer and WABC.

Saturday, February 11, 2017
3:30pm Doors Open
4:00pm Welcome Remarks
4:10pm Dianna Russini
5:10pm Break & Heavy Appetizers
5:45pm Lori Lindsey
6:45pm Break & Heavy Appetizers
7:00pm Erin Brown
8:00pm Closing Remarks
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By: Allison Tenney Fitness