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Women Making A Different - An Evening with Laurie Ann Goldman

Kyle Pope
7:30 - 9 p.m. , Thursday April 11 | $18 plus a minimum $180 Campaign gift ($72 for women under 30)

RSVP by April 5 at jewishcincinnati.org/women-making-a-difference.aspx

About Laurie Ann Goldman, CEO of Spanx, Inc.


Laurie Ann Goldman leads the ultimate CYA company, helping women win the battle against muffin top, bottom drop, back fat and visible panty line. AS CEO of SPANX, she leads a company built on a mission to help women and men feel great about themselves and their potential.


Before joining SPANX, Laurie Ann led the Coca-Cola Company’s world-wide licensing division, expanding the licensing business to 54 countries and nearly a billion dollars in retail sales. Earlier in her career, she managed event marketing at Macy’s Department Store where she created and managed special event, marketing and promotions.


Where: Mayerson JCC
Phone: 513-761-7500
Address: 8485 Ridge Road
Website: www.mayersonjcc.org

Mayerson JCC

8485 Ridge Road
Montgomery, Ohio
A community center that has a fitness area and water park. Home to Stagecrafters, community theater.
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