Conscious Living~ Women DO!
presented by The FUSION Foundation & Green Living AZ magazine
From diapers, to board rooms to the art studio, Women DO inspire, educate and empower our community we will celebrate moms, women business owners and incredible women artists!
WHEN: Tuesday May 24 from 6 - 8 p.m.
WHERE: Perfect Power Solar located at:
20601 N 19th Ave Suite 150
Phoenix, AZ 85027
hosted by Lynn Paige, the proud owner of Arizona’s fastest growing, most award winning solar company, Perfect Power Solar, Inc. She brings an accounting degree, MBA and over thirty years of business experience to her roll as Chief Executive Officer. She is one of only a few certified women-owned businesses in the solar energy field.
with guest speaker – the internationally renowned S. Diane Graham, CEO StratcoGlobal
The STRATCO Global Family of companies is devoted to providing the technology, equipment and products that make the world safer, cleaner and better. We are committed to the continued development and production of equipment and materials that will last longer, perform better and provide significant benefits to the world’s ecology.
In the past she has served as president and member of the board of directors for the National Lubricating Grease Institute, founder of STRATCO’s Giving Network, and founded Women Helping Women Golf Tournament to benefit underprivileged women and children in the Kansas City area. Also, under the Clinton administration, Graham was appointed to the Board of the Ron Brown Corporate Citizenship Award in 1996 and the Advisory Commission on Consumer Protection and Quality for the Health Care Industry.
It’s more than a work of art. It’s a gift of love. A Jenna Raskin heart painting quickens the pulse and thrills the soul. One of the Southwest’s most collected artists, Jenna Raskin has been known to collaborate with her patrons to create one-of-a-kind works that are as profoundly personal as they are unique. It is art that speaks from one heart to another. That’s when you know it’s a genuine Jenna Raskin.
Judy Paxton Bruce was born in the small town of Danville, Illinois on a lake with forests and gardens surrounding her. Everyone knew, even when she was a young child, that Judy was an artist because of her constant coloring, fantasizing and weird imagination. From fourth grade on, her teachers sat her at the back of the room painting for the local contests. She has always been passionate about color and loved working figuratively. In college, painting continued to be a passion but after walking into a classroom, she fell in love with teaching and spent thirty five years working in elementary and junior high art. Judy made a difference in the lives of hundreds of children in Skokie, Illinois. During that time she spent summers painting. Judy and her husband, like their parents, had an antique and folk art business for over 25 years doing shows on the weekends. They moved to Cave Creek in 2001 soon after retirement where Judy has painted full time in her studio on Galloway Wash.
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