The Fellowship of Professional Women is Celebrating 25 Years of Outreach to Women!
As Notre Dame’s Heisman Trophy winner in 1987, Tim Brown played 16 seasons in the NFL for the Los Angeles Raiders, earning nine Pro Bowl selections. He had fame and fortune at the height of his football career. However, he struggled off the field with his faith and commitment to God. In his new sports biography, The Making of a Man, Tim reveals the rocky relationships in his past that shaped him into the family man he is today. Tim and Sherice have been married for 17 years, and they are the proud parents of 4 boys.
Moderator Feleceia Benton Wilson will speak with Jacquelyn Clayborn, Lindsay Latimar, and Pilar Johnson
Let’s continue to walk together down the path of FPW. This panel consists of new FPW members which represent the next generation. Listen and join in discussing what they and their peers see and want going forward. Bridging the gap for future members is imperative for our organization. The future is here.
Rebecca Ashbrook Carrell is, in order of importance, a joyful Jesus follower, wife to Mike, mother to Caitlyn and Nick, morning show co-host in Dallas/Fort Worth on 90.9 KCBI, conference speaker, and author of Holy Jellybeans: Finding God through Everyday Things, and Holy Hiking Boots: When God Makes the Ordinary Extraordinary. She also hosts the Honest Conversations: Looking at Tough Topics through a Biblical Lens podcast. Rebecca founded the women’s ministry events branch of KCBI Heart Strong Faith in 2016. Rebecca is also working toward her Master of Theology at Dallas Theological Seminary.
Judge Tammy Kemp is the presiding judge of the 204th Judicial District Court in Dallas County, Texas. Judge Kemp was first elected to serve in November, 2014 and began her tenure January 1, 2015. She was elected to a second term in November, 2018. The 204th Judicial District Court hears all felony criminal cases, including Capital Murders. Prior to serving as a judge, she was an Assistant District Attorney with the Dallas County District Attorney’s office. Judge Kemp is a member of Concord Church, where she serves in the deaconess ministry. She is married and the mother of three amazing young adult children.
Taya Kyle was unexpectedly thrust into the spotlight through her marriage to the late, great American Sniper, Chris Kyle. Holding down the home fort while Chris did four tours in a war theater played out on our news screens and becoming immortalized in print and Clint Eastwood’s Academy Award-winning movie, American Sniper builds a rare internal resilience. Taya embodies the American Spirit and everything that it means to be American. She inspires and motivates through her messaging that even when you are staring the Devil in the eye, there is always positive light to be found. God’s plan will ensure you carry on
Moderator Kristine Schwope speaking with Cynthia Mickens Ross and Andrea Sallis - Cynthia and Andrea will discuss the current status of FPW. Learning from the past while preparing for the future, Cynthia and Andrea are led through a intimate discussion by moderator Kristine Schwope. Join us as Past President Cynthia and current board President Andrea discuss the foundational strength of our organization and how such depth allows the organization to reach new heights.
When Joy lost her husband and business partner in 1993, she found a new passion in understanding life-changing events and how they affect our financial decisions. She practices her belief that true wealth is not just a measure of one’s financial assets, but the sum of a person’s health, wealth and personal relationships and now spends her time helping widows define their values, dream new dreams and align their wealth accordingly. Joy is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Practitioner, a Certified Financial Transitionist® through the Sudden Money® Institute and the founder of The Widows Journey, a non-profit entity dedicated to educating and empowering widows to allow them to lean into life and make a difference in the world.
Quynh Chau Stone is a mother, educator, entrepreneur and advocate. As the president and founder of The Source of Hope, a 501c3 non-profit organization with more than 4 years of tireless service to Dallas-Ft. Worth underprivileged communities, Quynh Chau tackles the critical issues of how to restore “under-dogs” hope to start all over again. Her relentless drive has won her the trust and respect of a broad based coalition of community partners that work exclusively with The Source of Hope to provide the necessary food, education and jobs training to those that critically need help and a second chance.