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Women's City Club of Pasadena
160 N Oakland Ave, Pasadena, California 91101
Unleash the Power and Heart of Women’s Leadership!
Reggie Odom, Transformational Speaker and Professional Coach
Spend the day in the company of other women like yourself who want to make a difference and unleash the power and the heart of women’s leadership!
Reggie will guide you through her inspired work, “The Ten Commandments of Greatness,” a transformational blueprint for remembering, experiencing and expressing your greatness.
In the “Uncommon Success Seminar,” you will explore why letting your light shine is a spiritual imperative and the best strategy for leadership.
$50 WCC Members/$60 Non-members
(Includes Lunch and Snacks)
RSVP REQUIRED by September 22nd
(626) 796-0560 | [email protected]
Order Tickets Online: uncommon_success_seminar.eventbrite.com
The historic Blinn House, home of Women’s City Club of Pasadena
160 N. Oakland Ave, Pasadena, CA 91101
(Free parking located off Madison, second driveway south of Walnut.)
(PLEASE NOTE: The Women’s City Club of Pasadena has a minimum dress code of business casual.)
(This event is open to WCC Members, guests and propspective members. Prospective members are encouraged to attend up to three events to sample the benefits of membership before joining.)
Reggie Odom — hailed as «The Consciousness CEO» by one of her mentors — is a professional coach and mentor specializing in transformation and leadership. She is also an inspirational speaker, spiritual teacher, writer, intuitive and life purpose hand analyst.
Reggie's mission is to inspire, empower and call forth greatness. She helps women entrepreneurs, solopreneurs and artists step into their greatness where playing small is no longer an option.
She is considered a master teacher and an unforgettable speaker, inspiring and compelling audiences at professional conferences, universities and hospitals, public schools, business groups, agencies and the Unity Church. Reggie has been presenting personal and professional development programs for over 25 years.
Reggie's professional life has reflected her passion and her mission from the beginning. As an Intercollegiate Athletic Director, Championship Coach and National Sports Official she inspired and empowered athletes to see themselves as winners.
She coached a no-win basketball team to a championship team, and a cross country team of mostly new runners to surprising success. The majority of the athletes in her programs also maintained honor roll status.
More recently, Reggie was a lecturer at Simmons College Graduate School of Social Work for ten years, a Life Skills Consultant to the Boston Public Schools and is currently on the faculty at the National Institute of Whole Health.
Reggie is a professional coach certified by both the prestigious Coaches Training Institute and the International Coach Federation. She received her masters degree with a clinical emphasis from the Smith College of Social Work.
She has completed a professional internship and a teacher development intensive in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) at the UMass Medical School's Center for Mindfulness founded by Jon Kabat Zinn.
Reggie is currently living in the Los Angeles area after a year long spiritual journey with her dog-child Olle. This journey took them from Boston via Tucson and the Texas Hill Country NW of San Antonio to their eventual new home on the west coast.