In the Fellowship Hall.
Macon resident, Sue Tharpe will be speaking about her years in the Peace Corps working to empower women economically in Pakistan and Botswana. Following her Peace Corps work Sue used her experience to empower girls as CEO for Girl Scouts in New York and South Georgia.Sue has also served as an executive with the Metropolitan Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, a legislative aide in the U.S. House of Representatives, served on the Governor's Committee for Juvenile Justice and a Trustee for the Fledgling Foundation that helps juveniles who have criminal records with educational funding and assistance. She was also a small business owner of a independent book store in Decatur, GA. for many years. Sue is the ultimate example of a strong woman working to enhance the lives of others.
Come and be inspired!
A handmade basket made by Botswana women will be given away as a door prize.
Join us for another wonderful Centenary School of Creative Education event!