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LIVE Interview Implementing a book club inside a Mighty Network

LIVE Interview: Implementing a book club inside a Mighty Network

Join us for a LIVE Interview with Kathy _  the Host of LS Warriors, a Mighty Networks community supporting people working through the emotional and mental effects of Lichen Sclerosus, to learn how she’s planning to use a book club to bring her community members together. 

On Friday, April 29th at 12 PM EST / 9 AM PST, join Kathy and Deb Schell, Host of The Community Strategy Podcast for a LIVE Interview! 

Kathy will be sharing her community success story after launching her Mighty Network in 2020 and will share how she’s continuing to try new things to cultivate community engagement. 

She recently decided to start a book club inside her community that will dissect Atlas of the Heart: Mapping Meaningful Connections by Brené Brown. Using the book as a guide for a year’s worth of content. The community will use it as a guide into emotions and how to work through them. 

Please email to request the zoom link and receive a calendar invitation to join this LIVE Interview. 

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