Women, Wine & Wisdom presented by Bank of The James and Bank of The James Mortgage
The Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance invites you to: Women, Wine & Wisdom-Holiday Edition! Gather together with amazing women and enjoy some good wine and wisdom from our special guests. Bring your friends and co-workers!
Dr. Nancy Meyer, author, triathlete and courage coach
Rebekah Trittipoe, author, ultramarathoner and career coach
4:30 PMGather, grab a beverage and meet some new friends
4:45 PMTable Conversations
5:05 PMInspirational Panel
5:35 PMClosing comments, door prize drawing & open networking About Our Speakers
We have two amazing speakers planned for Women, Wine & Wisdom: Holiday Edition on Dec. 12th: Dr. Nancy Meyer and Rebekah Trittipoe, who are both accomplished authors, athletes and coaches.
Dr. Nancy Meyer is an author and speaker who inspires healing and strength for people battling fear and anxiety. She shares stories from some of her most vulnerable moments, sprinkling humor amidst the sometimes horrific. She knows from experience that just because life batters you, it doesn't mean you have to stay beat down. Today, as an accomplished mid-life Ironman triathlete, she helps people of all ages face their fears, overcome their anxieties, and discover the beauty of a victorious life.
Dr. Meyer also offers individual and small group courage coaching based on her expertise as a licensed chiropractic physician, but even more, she coaches from an experiential perspective. You CAN find courage, embrace your value, and defy fear. If you want to feel inspired and motivated to accomplish your dreams, goals, and desires, come hear from Dr. Nancy!
Rebekah Trittipoe is an 8-time author and speaker. Her life exemplifies focus, motivation, endurance, and perseverance. After a three-year stint as a high school teacher and coach, she furthered her studies at The Ohio State College of Medicine, School of Allied Health Professions to gain the proper education setting her up for a 25-year career inside the walls of cardiac surgery operating rooms. She quickly rose to multiple national leadership positions within the American Society of Extracorporeal Technology, culminating in becoming the National Manager of Continuing Medical Education. This role offered many opportunities to provide instruction and a call to excellence from platforms worldwide.
After retiring from the medical field, Rebekah authored 8 books, started a blog, and continues to impact audiences in a variety of venues: schools and universities, athletic departments, coaches, athletes, faith-based groups, and industry. She uses stories from medicine and her 50 year athletic career to inspire and motivate audiences to become better people because better people make better anythings. Thank you to our Chairman's Circle level investors!