IAW Dallas Fort Worth invites you to join us on March 21st at 6 pm CT for an evening of networking and education, as we celebrate the contributions of female authors during Women's History Month. Did you know that reading books by female authors can broaden your perspective, help you understand different experiences, and empower you to make positive changes in your own life and the world around you?
This event is designed to provide three key takeaways:
Network with Local Authors: Meet and interact with talented and influential female authors from the Dallas-Fort Worth area. This is a great opportunity to ask questions, gather advice, and build relationships with women who have a passion for writing.
Education on Women Authors: Learn about the contributions of female authors and the impact their work has had on our society and culture. Ann Flournoy, Library Services Manager from the Keller Public Library, will be joining us to provide insights and knowledge on the subject, including discussions on women's issues and how they are being elevated in literature.
Align Your Reading List for Transformation: Discover new books by local female authors and add them to your reading list. With a book signing session, you can purchase copies of the featured authors' books and have them autographed, supporting local female writers and adding amazing works to your personal library.
Don't miss this chance to network, learn, and align your reading list for transformation. We hope to see you there!
6:00 pm CT | Welcome & Introductions
6:10 pm CT | Introduce Speaker: Ann Flournoy
6:55 pm CT | Share Your Ask
Meet Our Hosts | Ann Flournoy
Ann is the Library Services Manager at the Keller Public Library, where she has worked since 2013. She studied library sciences and received her Master’s Degree at the University of North Texas at Denton in 2020.
Prior to her library career, Ann earned a BBA in Business Management from Texas A&M University and a Juris Doctor from Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law. Ann was working in the legal profession for several years when she began volunteering at the Keller Library.