Tuesday, February 14, 2012

MEDIA RELEASE: Triangle Ladies Power Lunch Taps Award-winning Business Woman Olalah Njenga To Speak At February Event

An inspiring message called “The Power of One” is the focus of Olalah Njenga’s talk at the February 15th  Triangle Ladies Power Lunch. Njenga will share how the scenes of your life offer clues to inspiring others.

Raleigh, NC (February 13, 2012): After leaving a violent marriage to raise two kids with no money, no job and no plan, Njenga knows that the power of one person can inspire and uplift the human spirit. Today, Njenga runs a successful marketing consulting firm in Raleigh, but shares that when the scenes from your life change the trajectory of your life path; you need someone to help you discover the truth of who you were really meant to be.

Triangle Ladies Power Lunch founder Carrie Peele outlines the reason for selecting Njenga to speak, [we] “select a woman in the area who has blazed her own trail and found great success along the way. By offering wisdom, insights, and a bit of humor, all of our keynote speakers ensure that our attendees leave feeling inspired and uplifted!”

Njenga, referred to as “a 5’ 3” powerhouse in a pair of pumps”, has broken a fire code or two with record attendance and is expected to draw a crowd with her inspiring keynote theme.  The February 15th event is at North Ridge Country Club and begins at 11:30am with shopping at vendor displays. Lunch is included with registration.  The event is open to the public. Tickets ($35 per person) are available at: http://www.TriangleLadiesPowerLunch.org.  Peele donates a portion of the proceeds to Raleigh-based non-profit, Pretty In Pink Foundation.

“People need to know that they matter. As long as we share this journey of the human experience, each of us has a responsibility to illuminate the best in one other.” Njenga remarks about her keynote message.

About Olalah Njenga:
The author of “37 What Were They Thinking Moments in Marketing”, Olalah has been spotlighted on Forbes.com, Fox News and Small Business Trends.  She’s a passionate small business champion who writes a column for Carolina Business Connection and is a featured expert in the 2012 Woman’s Advantage calendar.  Olalah serves on several business advisory boards and is a three-time Top 50 Catalyst Entrepreneur award winner, a two-time International Stevie® Women In Business award finalist and was recently honored with a Women Extraordinaire award for seeing her company to record revenue growth. For Olalah’s upcoming events and speaking engagements, visit www.Olalah.com. For information about her firm’s marketing consulting solutions, visit. www.YellowWoodGroup.com.

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Eileen Batson
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