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Thursday, January 27, 2022 | 4:30 PM
Join us for Heading Home’s 4th annual She4She event on Thursday, January 27, 2022. After a year of isolation and uncertainty, we gather to advance the power of WE.
The event will be hosted virtually. Registration will open on November 15, 2021.
Our Guest Speakers:
Sheena Collier is a super-connector, facilitator, and strategist. As Founder & CEO of The Collier Connection (TCC), she is creating an ecosystem that disrupts the way that Black professionals seek information, access, and belonging in cities. TCC also specializes in helping companies to engage new audiences through strategic events and inclusive business practices. She has 15 years of experience in education, communications, economic development, and community organizing – and uses her ability to navigate different environments to broker partnerships within and across sectors.
Candy O’Terry is an award-winning broadcaster and podcaster. Known as Boston’s Beloved Radio Voice, she spent 25 years on the air at Magic 106.7/WMJX. As the Founder of My Dove Productions, the Candy O Radio Network, and co-founder of Two Dreams Entertainment, Candy’s lens is focused on storytelling. She is the host of The Story Behind Her Success weekly podcast and radio series, The Speaker Coach podcast, 16 Life Lessons Motivation Monday feature, and the Nashville-based podcast series Country Music Success Stories featuring Jacy Dawn Valeras aka the Music City Mentor.
Gamu Madzima is a Program Manager II at Heading Home, overseeing family congregate shelters and permanent supportive housing programs. A relentless advocate for vulnerable populations, Gamu once found herself in a hopeless situation with her then three-year-old son, an experience that gave her an appreciation and intimate understanding of what clients are going through. She describes her work at Heading Home as her “golden chance.. more than just a job opportunity,” her work is her calling. Gamu leads with empathy and compassion; she uses all that she has overcome to support men, women, and children leaving homelessness behind.