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New York City Chapter Event

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Saturday, April 4, 2020
9:45 -1:45PM (9:30am Continental Breakfast)
Location: The LGBT Center 208 West 13th Street, Room 310 (Between 7th and 8th Avenues).
Contact: Karen Merson

Once again, we are offering WOMEN IN TRANSITION – a highly interactive  half-day workshop designed by TTN for women exploring new possibilities, or anticipating or experiencing changes in life or work. 

This workshop will engage you with information about what it means to be in transition and involves small group discussion. You'll deal with provocative questions that will stimulate constructive conversation designed to expand your horizons and support wherever you are in your transition journey. 

The goals of this highly interactive workshop are to:

  • Engage and connect with other women in transition,
  • Learn what it means to be in transition,
  • Expand your possibilities and options,
  • Know what is important and energizing for you, and 
  • Create a “next steps” action plan.
Sample comments from recent workshop attendees:

"Just excellent. Perfect balance of helpful materials, guides, tools and discussion and exercises. Facilitated so well -- getting everyone to participate in authentic, meaningful and impactful ways.”

"A very worthwhile experience. The presenter was caring and answered all questions and concerns with detailed and helpful responses.” 

“Really appreciated the opportunity for sharing and being around other women with similar concerns."

The workshop is led by Karen Merson, a highly qualified member of TTN’s NYC Chapter

Karen Merson - A consistent theme of Karen’s career has been working closely with people interested in change. She holds three graduate degrees; a MS in Dance Therapy from University of Wisconsin, an MBA, in Organizational Behavior and Development from George Washington University, a MA in Organizational Transformation, from Fielding Graduate University, and completed her doctoral course work in Transformational Learning for Social Justice at Fielding.  During her professional career Karen consulted with Fortune 500 companies, non-profits and small businesses to help with their transformation process. 

For 18 years Karen was an adjunct professor in Organizational Behavior at New York University, where she received the Outstanding Teaching Award and was a full time professor at The New School University where she was one of three finalists for the Best Teaching Award.  After becoming a certified coach in 2013 Karen co-founded New Attitude a coaching practice that helps women create meaningful and fulfilling “third acts”. 

Karen has a talent for helping people find their voice, allowing them to express who they are and what they want. She is a skilled and inspiring group facilitator. Her goal is to help people recognize their value in the world.

Credit card only payments, checks are not permitted.
Registrations are not transferable without authorization by the event organizer.
Refunds can only be made for cancellations received at least two weeks (14 calendar days) before the event.     

Please send all refund requests to the Committee Chair: Name: Barbara Stahura, Email: