UPDATE FOR OUR MARCH 23 EVENT: Vicki Clark has rescheduled for May 10, 2021 at 6PM ET. The event will be recorded if you are unable to attend the new date or would like to revisit any information.
The Junior League of Charlottesville presents its first virtual Women’s Summit. The entire webinar three-part series is aligned with the theme of Empowering Women Through Mentorship, the Junior League of Charlottesville’s focus area.
On Thursday, April 22 at 12 noon ET, a financial panel will address "Female Financial Empowerment: Build it, Use it, Protect it." Panel members include Charlottesville area locals Elizabeth Craddock, Financial Advisor and Chief Relationship Officer with Miller Financial Group, Jessica Russo, Realtor® with Nest Reality, and Diane J. (D.J.) Stoeberl, Attorney with Skeen Law. Our panel of experts will discuss helpful ways to navigate the road to financial empowerment and recommended steps to gain control of your financial future followed by a question-and-answer session. It is highly encouraged to submit questions in advanced to firstname.lastname@example.org.
On May 10th at 6 PM ET the JLC will host its rescheduled webinar, “Leadership in Times of Change” by Vicki Clark. Based in Memphis, Tennessee, Vicki Clark has devoted the past 30 years of her career to building capacity of organizations and individuals; inspiring community and business leaders to take action. She loves people and shows up in the world as a learner and a servant leader. She is known for her work in the specialty areas of leadership development, inclusion and diversity, equity, inclusion, antiracism assessment, training and facilitation, board development, strategic planning, volunteer resource development and effective communication.
For our final webinar in May, Jenifer Andrasko, former University of Virginia Alumni Association president and CEO and now Vice President and Global Head of Alumni at Bain & Company, will discuss making a career pivot.
Tickets to each event will be $5. Interested in more than one event? Purchase the Bundle Ticket for $10 and get access to all three events. Unable to attend our event live? Our events will be recorded and accessible for ticket holders shortly after the event.
Additional information about the Junior League of Charlottesville is available at www.jlcville.org.
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Join the Junior League of Charlottesville for an evening of learning with Vicki Clark. Grow into a stronger woman and leader in these ever trying and changing times!
Vicki Clark is an optimist. She loves people and shows up in the world as a learner and a servant leader. Based in Memphis, Tennessee, Vicki has devoted the past 30 years of her career to building capacity of organizations and individuals; inspiring community and business leaders to take action. She is known for her work in the specialty areas of leadership development, inclusion and diversity, equity, inclusion, antiracism assessment, training and facilitation, board development, strategic planning, volunteer resource development and effective communication. Her work spans dozens of corporate clients, nonprofits and government organizations. She sits on numerous boards, including the National Diaper Bank, and is a regular trainer at community and leadership organizations such as United Way and the Association of Junior Leagues International.
Her work as a consultant, coach, trainer and speaker have given her infinite opportunities to learn from and share with people from all walks of life. She meets people where they are, never gives up, and believes in the power of prayer. Even at her age and with all that she has experienced, she continues to be A WORK IN PROGRESS.
Join us for a discussion with three local experts and learn helpful ways to navigate the road to financial empowerment followed by a question-and-answer session. Elizabeth Craddock, Financial Advisor and Chief Relationship Officer with Miller Financial Group, Jessica Russo, Realtor® with Nest Reality, and Diane J. (D.J.) Stoeberl, Attorney with Skeen Law will lead the discussion on recommended steps to gain control of your financial future.
Driven by a desire to help her clients live their best lives, Elizabeth truly embraces her role as Financial Advisor and Chief Relationship Officer at Miller Financial Group. She loves collaborating closely with each of her clients to help them make sense of their complex financial lives. Through her years of experience, Elizabeth has developed an expertise in helping women embrace and realize their financial potential, particularly during transitions in their lives. Whether it’s through the loss of a spouse, parent or a major career change, Elizabeth is able to lend a hand to guide her clients through these times. As a founding member of the team at MFG, Elizabeth has a vision and passion for helping their clients make financial goals become reality.
When she isn’t at work, Elizabeth and her husband Brad occupy their days raising their two young children, Lauren and Connor. Elizabeth is a sustaining member of the Junior League of Charlottesville and a member of the Advisory Board for the Customer Experience Certificate Program at the University of Richmond.
Jessica has a passion for real estate, and always knew she wanted to work within the industry. She initially worked with a new home builder and has played other roles within the real estate world over the years.
Jessica and her team thrive by helping buyers identify their new home, and providing the guidance and skills for selling homes for people needing to make a major change. She also works with investors looking to build their wealth. She enjoys taking on every aspect of the journey: listening to the needs of her clients, timing, consulting, and problem solving—and this is just the beginning! Once you are successfully Under Contract, there is another world of connections, contractors, and contingencies to get through! Known for her wealth of knowledge, thoughtfulness, and "get it done" approach, she is also an Accredited Buyers’ Representative, she has been involved with different CAAR (Charlottesville Area Association of Realtors) committees for more than five years, and she is recognized as a Professional Honor Society member. Jessica works to be an advocate for her clients and is continuously learning about national and local trends in the market to best benefit her clients.
Diane J. (“D.J.”) Stoeberl is an attorney at Skeen Law Offices. Her primary practice areas include estate planning, taxation, business formation, nonprofit organization law, and estate administration. D.J. received her Bachelor of Arts degree and her Juris Doctorate degree (cum laude) from Cornell University. While at law school, D.J. served as an Editor of the Cornell Law Review and as a research assistant for Professor Robert S. Summers. After law school, D.J. served as a law clerk to the Honorable Jonathan H. Link, a Superior Court judge in Kenai, Alaska. Prior to moving to Virginia, she practiced in New York and New Jersey, while also earning her LL.M. in Taxation from New York University. D.J. became a member of the Virginia State Bar in 2011, and has practiced with Skeen Law since January 2012. D.J. has been an attorney for over twenty-five years. She enjoys helping people and solving problems. D.J. enjoys working with individual clients, families, businesses, and nonprofit organizations.
D.J.’s professional organizations include the Virginia State Bar, the Charlottesville Albemarle Bar Association (for which she serves as a Co-Chair of the Women Lawyers Section), the Central Virginia Estate Planning Council (for which she serves as President), the Charlottesville Area Planned Giving Council, and the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce. D.J.'s community service involvement includes: Albemarle County Public Schools Long Range Planning Advisory Committee (Member, White Hall District), Albemarle County Public Schools Parent Council (Past President), Crozet Elementary School PTO, Inc. (Past President), Henley Middle School PATSO (Past President), Girl Scouts of Virginia Skyline Council (Troop Leader), Junior League of Charlottesville (Sustainer Member), and Crozet United Methodist Church.
D.J., her husband, and their daughter live in Crozet, Virginia. She enjoys reading, walking, and spending time with her family and friends. D.J. is a first degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do.
It is highly encouraged to submit questions for our financial panel in advanced to email@example.com.
Join the Junior League of Charlottesville for a powerful experience with Jenifer Andrasko discussing career pivoting at critical times.
Purchase the Bundled Ticket Package and get access to all three webinar events! If you're unsure you'll be able to attend all three events live, don't worry. Our events will be recorded and accessible for ticket holders shortly after the event.