Join us at the Crowne Plaza in Baton Rouge, LA for the 2018 TLSM Impact Luncheon on May 10, 2018 at 11:00-1:00pm CST. For more information on how to get involved, sponsor tables, purchase tickets, or the donation process please call our office at 225-341-8055 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Get your tickets HERE. Seating is very limited and event will sell out.
We are pleased to announce that Sarah Rodriguez Rhodes will be joining the line-up for the 2018 TLSM Impact Luncheon. Sarah is a national speaker whose blog is followed by thousands. She is the author of From Depths We Rise. She is no stranger to tragedy as she’s journeyed through infertility, a near-death experience with her infant daughter, and being widowed at a very young age. As she stood by her husband’s side while he battled cancer, she began to understand how hard it was going to be for her to be a single mom. The life-altering cancer diagnosis took her husband at only 35 years old. She was unexpectedly left as a single mother of two young children, a place she had never expected to be. Sarah began the Choose Joy project as a way to honor her late husband’s legacy by random acts of kindness that exhibit love to others. Sarah has been featured in several media venues including People Magazine, Redbook, The Blaze, and others. Sarah is passionate about encouraging others with her story, giving voice to those who are walking the single parenting journey, and living each day to the fullest. Sarah makes her home in Oklahoma City with her beautiful children and her new husband. For more information, visit HERE.
Jennifer Maggio is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of The Life of a Single Mom. As a former homeless, severely abused, single mom, Maggio has a passion to encourage single moms and inspire the nation to transform the lives of single mothers. Maggio will present a State of the Union for the organization at the annual luncheon, where she is expected to highlight stories of lives changed, events held, and the overall impact the organization has had on the state of Louisiana and the United States throughout the last 12 months.