An Evening of Raised Awareness
Join us for our kickoff event for Black History Month- An Evening of Raised Awareness with Dr. Renee Hornbuckle! This event is brought to you by the DCFOF Our Community Matters Program, an outreach program to the African American community of Denton County to increase awareness of services and access to resources. This is our second year to host this fantastic event!
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Meet The Speaker!
Dr. Renee Fowler Hornbuckle is a Senior Pastor, Community Leader/Advocate, Best Selling Author, International Speaker, Single Mother, Strategist (life/crisis/church), business executive, entrepreneur, sorority member, Founder of The Life Empowerment Training and Development Institute, CEO of InSight Consulting and Founder of Rachel's House (transitional living for women and families in crisis), Women of Influence, Inc. and Destiny Empowerment Enterprises, Inc. After a successful corporate career, she successfully transitioned into the faith-based and nonprofit sectors, while still pursuing entrepreneurship, as well as, sitting on numerous community boards. Overcoming many trials, a life-altering scandal and domestic violence, she has used her difficulties as fuel to propel her to greater purpose in which she has developed creative and life-changing systems, messages and tools that promote how to bounce back and live a victorious life! Dr. Renee is passionate about equipping people to fulfill their greatest purpose. Dr. Hornbuckle’s expertise lies in crisis counseling, domestic abuse issues, and personal development.
Kick off Black History Month with raised awareness of the barriers faced by African American victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. All proceeds from this event go back into the Our Community Matters Program to support the African American community in Denton County with access to DCFOF resources.
When | Friday, February 1st
Where | Campus Theatre (214 West Hickory Street, Denton TX 76201)
VIP Reception & Private Book Signing | 6:00pm-7:00pm
Program & Keynote | 7:00pm-8:30pm
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