The 2016 Sweet Peach Soiree will be the highlight of a very busy year for Rising Phoenix. After working night and day to get things off the ground, it’s time to celebrate our success — and if said celebration happens to be the most sexy, inspirational, female empowerment event of the year — so be it! If you’re looking for a unique event for a special girls-night-out, get your tickets, grab your girls, and join us at the Sweet Peach Soirée!
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We’ve been putting a bug in your ear about it all summer, and now we’ve got the details you’ve been waiting for…
OUR INCREDIBLE HOST, GEORGIA ME!!! We’re thrilled to announce that Tony, Emmy, Peabody, BAFFTA and Kuumba-award winning poet Tamika “Georgia Me” Harper will be hosting this event. If you know who that is, you can pick yourself up off the floor and clean off your glasses, because, yes… you read that right.
If you don’t know who that is, you gon’ learn today…
THE SWEET & JUICY EXTRAS
The 2016 Sweet Peach Soirée will also feature everything you expect from a world-class event, including:
Free cocktails and hors d’oeuvres
Body painting by Crystal Eyes Entertainment
Live spoken word performances
More than $1600 in prizes and giveaways including tickets to Love Jones the Musical, yoni eggs, jewelry, gift cards … and a very special surprise!
OUR ESTEEMED PANEL — We’ll be going deep on the issues that impact us the most with five panelists who are guaranteed to get us thinking and spark discussion.
Clockwise from top left:
Maisha Najuma Aza A certified Tantra sacred intimacy coach, Reiki practitioner, massage therapist, and Shaman priestess, Maisha holds a Masters in social work and is the founder of A Life Alive Consulting and Black Girl Tantra.
Sergeant First Class Stephanie Means, Retired US Army, holds a Masters in Education and has worked with survivors of military sexual trauma (MST) throughout her career, including her current tenure with the Department of Veteran’s Affairs.
Katherine George Trained in multiple sexual health education curricula, Ms. George holds a Masters in Public Health from Emory University. She became Planned Parenthood Southeast’s first Director of Education in 2014.
Bah’Dori Oyanna With more than 20 years of education and experience in various Eastern and Western Holistic Health Modalities, Bah’Dori is a lifetime student of Ayurveda and Indigenous Folk Healing Modalities for the Mind, Body and Spirit.
Natalie Elliot After years in the insurance field, Ms Elliot returned to school in 2006 to earn a Masters in Counseling. Today she is a marriage and family therapist and the 2nd African American woman in Georgia to become an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist.
OUR AMAZING SPONSORS — We’d like to express our deepest gratitude to the 2016 Sweet Peach Soirée sponsors for helping us make this amazing event possible.
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