Grit, Glam and Guts Conference Returns to Lansing

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Good Girl Radio knows that it takes grit, glam and guts for the modern day woman to survive in today’s society. On Saturday June 14, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. join Good Girl Radio for their second annual conference titled, “Grit, Glam & Guts: I’m a Grown Woman.” This free event focuses on strengthening and empowering the 21st century woman. “The conference creates an environment where teens and young adults can be honest about who they are and where they are in life,” said Good Girl Radio founder and host, Cameo King. “It’s about setting a standard of what it means to be a woman in a society where norms and values are constantly shifting and being challenged.” The conference will focus on being a successful woman. Speakers will cover a variety of topics relatable to women of all ages. Breakout sessions will cover everything from healthy relationships, identity versus image, beauty standards and societal pressures that everyday women face. “Our topics at Grit, Glam, & Guts cross generations and can touch any women at (any) space in their life,” said King. Lansing women including professors, business owners and community leaders will speak during the lively and interactive conference breakout sessions. Registration for the free event includes a registration packet, breakfast, lunch and the opportunity to find empowerment and support among other local women. “I simply love empowering people to be the best version of themselves,” said King. “The most effective way to accomplish that is through empowerment and consistent mentorship.” This year’s larger conference will be filled with even more fun and love than last year’s inaugural event. “To have women all across the area meet at one location to solely empower and support one another is beyond amazing,” said King. Attendees will also have the opportunity to connect with local organizations and continue to build their character and confidence once the conference is over. “There are so many images of success in our everyday lives that do not include service, leadership, emotional health or simply being happy,” said King. “We want those qualities to be a part of our next generation of women leaders.” For more information on Grit, Glam & Guts or to register visit www.goodgirlradio.com.
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Danielle OBrien

A senior at Michigan State University pursuing a career in communications and public relations, Danielle enjoys cooking, traveling and all Middle Eastern food.