Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020
5 to 7 p.m.
Get ready for a day filled with an online style show, panel and keynote speaker focused on women in an approachable forum to discover ways to take care of ourselves and loved ones.
About the Event
All For Her: Inspire, Educate and Motivate is designed to focus on women’s health, wellness, well-being, inspiration and empowerment. We want women of any age to feel comfortable, accepted and knowledgeable about where and how to find resources in their community.
5 p.m. – Music and event kickoff
5:10 p.m. – Makeup tips with Ulta Beauty
5:30 p.m. – All For Her Panel, sponsored by Range Resources
6 p.m. – Style Show with local boutiques
6:30 p.m. – Keynote speaker
2020 keynote speaker
For nearly two decades, Karith Foster has taken her passion for entertaining and critical thinking nationwide – from the airwaves to organizations, from universities to corporations creating a seismic shift in mindsets and revolutionizing the way we address diversity issues and leadership.
She kicked off 2020 as a visiting expert for the Knight-Hennessy Scholars program at Stanford University, where she is a seven-time repeat guest lecturer for the Graduate School of Business course “Reputation Management.”
The former co-host of controversial radio personality Don Imus and former Fortune 500 human resources executive administrator brings the perfect blend of humor, knowledge and experience when conveying the ever-present need to address diversity, inclusion and effective communication. Karith leaves her audiences feeling engaged, connected, inspired and encouraged to commit to the journey of mutual respect, acceptance and a greater sense of belonging.
“If you can laugh at it you can get through it” is not only her motto but the invaluable lesson she seeks to instill in others. As a speaker, humorist, TV and radio personality, author, entrepreneur, wife and mother, Karith’s sense of duty and service, along with her riotous sense of humor, has made her a positive force of change. The words “no” and “impossible” are not in her vocabulary, as evidenced by her career path, life challenges, chosen adventures and desire to help others.
Karith is the CEO & Founder of F.R.A.M.E., the Foster Russell Alliance for Meaningful Expression, a 501(c)3 non-profit, whose mission is to inspire free speech, inclusion, social change and empowerment through education and mentorship. She is a featured comedian in two hit documentary films “Can We Take a Joke?” and “No Safe Spaces,” which have garnered accolades in The Washington Post and TIME Magazine. Her TEDx Talk “The Art of Defying Stereotypes: Learning to be True to Your Voice” from TEDx LincolnSquare Risk Takers and Change Makers in New York City has also received much positive attention. Karith is an alumna of Stephens College in Missouri and Oxford University. In 2020, she earned her certificate in “Fostering Inclusion and Diversity” from the Yale School of Management.
Melinda Walker Black, Ulta Beauty | Tanya Mallory, Dress for Success Pittsburgh | Jana Grimm, Steptoe & Johnson PLLC | Traci McDonald-Kemp, Washington County Common Pleas Court judge
The panel is sponsored by