Saturday, January 25, 2020
Hosted at The Ladybird Society
Salt Lake City, Utah
If you are ready to take on the new year with new intentions, new connections, and a sense of freedom then join us for a day of empowerment and connections!!!!!
Not only is it a new year, but it's also the start of a new decade!
What are you going to do to become more?
What steps are you going to take to create connections?
We are bringing you massive value at this event to help you step into your awesomeness!!
Molly received her Bachelor's of Fine arts from BYU in
Music/Dance/Theatre which launched her into a career as a
professional actress, choreographer, voice teacher, and dancer.
She has been a backup singer for Tony Award winner Kristen
Chenoweth, flown across the stage as Peter Pan, been a dancing
nun in Sister Act, and performed across the United States as well as
Great Britain as a backflipping pink power ranger and everything in
between. As well as her singing and dancing shenanigans, Molly was
the director of the Park City Boys and Girls Club, founder of her
own nationally recognized non-profit, "A Good Grief" which raises
money to pay for headstones for children, television spokesperson
for 5WPR out of NYC, keynote speaker for the incredible
Transplant Games of America, writer whose work has been featured
in 6 different newspapers, national newsletters, and across several
popular blogs. Molly is the founder of Park City, Utah's only live-
storytelling event, "Storymine Live". She has endured the unthinkable of losing a child and spends her time teaching individuals and companies the intrinsic value of connecting with others, as it is what saved her life when her daughter lost hers. Molly finds a way to authentically combine her delightfully quirky sense of humor and performing skills with her tragic story in order to bring heart and humor to every presentation. You can find Molly running, biking, hiking, or skiing the amazing trails in Park City where she has lived for 15 years. You can hear her as a guest on dozens of different podcasts, or watch her powerful television segments on beond.tv. She is married to a conservative attorney who puts up with her crazy antics and is the mother to three insanely powerful tiny humans.
Melinda Jeppsen, President and Founder of Be You Women’s Retreats, has the expertise and vision to lead her team to produce events that are memorable and exceed expectations. Her events sale out and she hosts an average of five events per year. She is the leader in the self-improvement space for women and a thought leader in the event space.
Melinda believes that providing women with the support and tools they need to understand just how easy it is to love themselves and their lives will lead to a better world. Her events help women find a moment to reconnect with themselves, receive empowering tools and information, and return home with the every needed to improve the quality of their lives.
Jodi Orgill Brown has dedicated her life and her career to helping others, through fundraising, nonprofit management, speaking, and writing. Jodi has authored four books and her memoir, "The Sun Still Shines," is a multiple award-winning book, an Amazon Bestseller, and an Amazon Prime Reading book. She earned a Master’s degree in organizational communication and leadership from the University of Utah and a Bachelor's degree in public relations from Brigham Young University, and is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE). Jodi has learned about life--and death--from two very different experiences: Battling a brain tumor and parenting 4 wonderful children. She's hoping to survive both.