Featuring keynote speaker, Jenna Bush Hager
2018 marks the 10 Year Anniversary of the Philanthropic Women of St. Joseph’s. Our Annual Speaker’s Luncheon helps introduce the group to new members and celebrates the accomplishments of our members and their support of quality health care for women, children and families in Tampa Bay. Reservations include admission to the presentation, lunch provided by the Tampa Yacht & Country Club, and a group Q&A session with Jenna Bush Hager.
|Thursday, February 8, 2018
11:00am – 1:30pm
VIP Meet & Greet for PWSJ members at 10:30am
|Tampa Yacht & Country Club
5320 Interbay Boulevard
Tampa, FL 33611
Seating is limited
|This event is currently SOLD OUT. Registration options are for previously reserved attendees only. If you would like to be placed on the waiting list, please call 813-872-0979 or email email@example.com|
Individual Seat: $100
Jenna Bush Hager
Jenna Hager has seen firsthand how small change can make a large difference in a single life. Currently the chair of UNICEF’s Next Generation, an initiative dedicated to reducing the number of preventable childhood deaths around the world, Hager traveled throughout Latin America and the Caribbean with UNICEF where she saw firsthand the plight faced by the underprivileged. Her experience inspired her to write Ana’s Story: A Journey of Hope, New York Times bestseller based on the life of a 17-year-old single mother living with HIV and determined to shield her child from the abuse and neglect that riddled her own childhood.
Hager shares her own stories of creating change in someone’s life and leaves audiences with a call to action on how they too can improve people’s lives in their own community. A contributing correspondent for NBC’s TODAY, Hager shares positive, uplifting messages of regular people doing extraordinary things. Passionate about literacy, education and improving inner-city schools, Hager was herself a teacher in Baltimore, MD.
In addition to Ana’s Story, she also co-wrote Read All About It! with her mother, former First Lady Laura Bush. Hager and Mrs. Bush recently released a second children’s book, Our Great Big Backyard, which celebrates the Centennial of the National Park Service, and encourages children to go outside and explore America’s parks. Hager is currently writing a joint book of short stories with her sister, Barbara Pierce Bush titled Sisters First for release in October 2017. It will take readers on an extraordinary and deeply personal journey behind the scenes of what it is like to be born into a political dynasty, reveal never-before-told stories about their family, and uncover the enduring sisterly bond that kept them sane through it all.