Tallahassee Woman

October/November 2018

The new issue of Tallahassee Woman is available online now. On the cover is the lovely and talented Quia Z. Morris. This issue features arts and culture, health matters, fall fashion and more. We hope you enjoy this issue! Cover by Kira Derryberry Photography.

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Women on Fire! Join Us!
WWMB Networking Luncheon

October 31, 2018   11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Four Points by Sheraton Tallahassee Downtown

Come network with other savvy and talented business and professional women at the quarterly Women Who Mean Business Networking Luncheon. This luncheon will feature time for networking, lunch, and a presentation by Dr. Michelle Mitcham, President of Courageous Conversations LLC, on the topic:  7 Success Strategies for Dealing with Difficult People at Work. No matter what our role in the workplace, conflict resolution is a skill that we all must practice in the workplace. Difficult people seem to be in almost every place of employment and there’s no getting away. So, what needs to be in your toolbox for success when encountering challenging coworkers or team members? Empower yourself with 7 take-away strategies to successfully find your voice, defuse conflict and gain win-win outcomes.

Check-in and a networking time is scheduled for 11 a.m. through 11:45. Lunch and the speaker presentation is scheduled from 11:45 a.m. through 1.:oo p.m. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased by clicking the button below. Limited sponsorships are still available. For additional information please call us at (850) 893-9624 or e-mail [email protected] We look forward to seeing you there!

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On the Move

The Next Generation of
Tallahassee Women

By Jordan Anderson, Madison Manley, and Teaghan Skulszki
Photography by elleBelle Photography

What do these young women have in common, besides building strong roots in Tallahassee? They are all on the move—moving past obstacles, inspiring those around them and going forward with confidence and courage toward their dreams. No matter their ultimate destination after college, their vision and strong voices help all of us imagine a brighter future that keeps our city moving ever onward.


Contributed by Tall Timbers Research Station

Pictured from left to right: Cinnamon Morrison, Diana McGrath, Monica Rother, Kim Sash, Casey Teske, Kristen Malone

Tall Timbers is a research center for fire ecology, game bird research,vertebrate ecology and land management. The 2800-acre plantation, originally purchased by Edward Beadel in 1895, is located in what is referred to as the Red Hills region of north Florida and south Georgia. In addition to its rich history, what helps make Tall Timbers so special are its passionate and skilled women scientists who study the ecology of the area and advocate for using fire to preserve it.

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