Lynn Gerhard is my own long-time mentor. In addition to mentoring me (a full time job I can assure you) and serving as MentorCONNECT's Vice Chair, along with a full time job of her own and as many service projects in other areas, she has also agreed to donate her time to share her story and words of wisdom for MentorCONNECT in an upcoming teleconference on May 9th.
Please make plans to attend. This is a rare and wonderful opportunity to hear from the woman, mentor, friend and sister who has saved my life more times than I can count!
You can reserve your space at: http://lynngerhard.eventbrite.com/
Here's more info - see you there!
Title: Small Right Steps Really Do Add Up
Event Description: Lynn Gerhard has spent more than a decade in leadership positions, and yet the first thing you will notice about her is an authentic humility of spirit. For Lynn, the pathway to achieving and maintaining her recovery has come through humble, loving service and staying connected to the recovery community. Learn from Lynn how she has maintained 20 years of recovery from various issues, including alcoholism, codependency, and binge eating disorder. Discover how you, too, can strengthen in your recovery by learning to take the small right steps that really do add up to lasting recovery!
Join Lynn for an inspirational evening of authentic recovery wisdom that can serve as a guide for how you, too, can achieve and maintain your recovery!
When: Wednesday, May 9, 2012
What time: 8:00 - 9:15 p.m. Central Time
RSVP to: http://mentorconnect.eventbrite.com
Bio: Lynn Gerhard is a professional technical writer and editor whose background includes many years of business development, marketing, and senior management experience with several multi-million-dollar corporations. She is passionate about service, primarily because she is convinced that service is a privilege, a way to repay the gracious gift of recovery. Lynn has nearly 13 years of continuous sobriety after a decades-long battle with alcoholism and more than 20 years in recovery from codependency, binge eating, and borderline personality disorder issues. She has been continuously active in service to individuals and in regional leadership positions for more than a decade. As she says, “The maintenance and growth of my own life of recovery lends urgency to the need to share my experience, strength, and hope with others.” You can learn more about Lynn by visiting the MentorCONNECT Leadership page at www.mentorconnect-ed.org/mcleadershipteam/
This event is sponsored by MentorCONNECT, a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
To learn more visit us at: www.mentorconnect-ed.org