Inspiring, Empowering and Connecting Women for 24 Years
Exciting Lineup for 2016-17 Season Mariel Hemingway Gayle Tzemach Lemmon Maestra Marin Alsop Jeannette Walls
Mariel Hemingway to kick off the season
Annie Griffiths and Yeonmi Park to finish the 2016 Season â€” Limited Tickets Available
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Contents 1 2
Welcome from Francine Read
Annie Griffiths Rethinking Legacy:
4-5 8 10-11
How to Answer the “Now What?” KeyBank – Our Title Sponsor
Yeonmi Park Journey to Freedom The Emerald Ballroom at The Tiffany Center – The Venue
Mariel Hemingway Out Came the Sun
February Supper Club
Gayle Tzemach Lemmon The Power
of “And”: Groundbreaking Leaders, Fierce, First, and Feminine
Marin Alsop Lessons from a Maestra:
Leadership, Innovation and Risktaking
22 24 31 32 33-34
Jeannette Walls The Glass Castle:
Demon Hunting and Other Life Lessons Patron Subscribers Special Promotions Page Seating & Subscription Levels Event Photo Spreads
Welcome from Francine Welcome! VOICES stands for bringing the world’s most successful and famous women to Portland, a platform dedicated to inspiring, empowering and connecting women in the Northwest. Each woman has a unique story, sharing her experiences, perspectives and opinions. Join us for this exciting lineup of speakers for our 24th season: Actress and Renaissance woman Mariel Hemingway, Journalist and Bestselling Author Gayle Tzemach Lemmon, Maestra Marin Alsop, and Memoirist and Bestselling Author Jeannette Walls.
Limited tickets are available for our current season featuring Annie Griffiths, February, 10, one of the first women photographers to work for National Geographic, and Yeonmi Park, April 6, a North Korean defector and human rights activist. VOICES is supported by the following businesses in our community: KeyBank–title sponsor, Top Kohlbush and Hoem LLP–tax and accounting services, Pamplin Media Group, KOIN 6, Rafati’s Catering, Parker Furniture, Square Deal Remodeling, Trios Jewelry Studio, Amenity Shoes, Event Floral, Eileen Fisher-Bridgeport Village, DaDa Hair Salon, Portrait of Portland Magazine, ComputerPal/Computer Gal Computing Solutions, Rose City Sound, and Annie Bloom’s Books. Ticket information can be found at www.VOICESInc.com or call our office 503-631-7477. We look forward to your participation. Best,
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2016-17 Series Schedule
The Tiffany Center Emerald Ballroom 1410 SW Morrison Portland
The Northwest’s foremost Women’s Lecture Series Annie Griffiths
Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016
Rethinking Legacy: How to Answer the “Now What?” Yeonmi Park
Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Journey to Freedom
Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016
Out Came the Sun
Gayle Tzemach Lemmon Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016
The Power of “And”: Groundbreaking Leaders, Fierce, First, and Feminine Marin Alsop
Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017
Award-winning photographer for National Geographic
North Korean defector and human rights activist Actress and Renaissance woman
Journalist and bestselling author
Lessons from a Maestra: Leadership, Innovation and Risk-taking Jeannette Walls
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
The Glass Castle: Demon Hunting and Other Life Lessons
Memoirist and bestselling author
3 WED., FEB. 10, 2016
Annie Griffiths Award Winning Photographer
Rethinking Legacy: How to Answer the “Now What?”
One of the first women photographers to work for National Geographic, Annie has photographed in nearly 150 countries during her illustrious career. She has worked on dozens of magazine and book projects for the Society, including stories on Lawrence of Arabia, Baja California, Galilee, Petra, Sydney, New Zealand, and Jerusalem. In addition to her magazine work, Annie is deeply committed to photographing for aid organizations around the world. She is the Executive Director of Ripple Effect Images, a collective of photographers who document the programs that are empowering women and girls throughout the developing world, especially as they deal with the devastating effects of climate change. Annie is known for her warmth, and for her ability to quickly create photographs that humanize various situations and cultures. Annie’s work has also appeared in LIFE, Geo, Smithsonian, Fortune, Merian, Stern, and many other publications. With author Barbara Kingsolver, she produced Last Stand: America’s Virgin Lands, a book celebrating the last pristine wilderness in North America. Proceeds from the book have raised more than a quarter of a million dollars for grassroots land conservation. In 2008. Annie published A Camera, Two Kids and a Camel, a photo memoir about balance, and the joy of creating a meaningful life. In 2010, she published Simply Beautiful Photographs, which was named the top photo/art book of the year by Amazon and by Barnes and Noble. Annie is currently at work on three new books. Annie has received awards from the National Press Photographers Association, the Associated Press, the National Organization of Women, The University of Minnesota and the White House News Photographers Association.
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Amazing Women... Incredible Stories Heidi Cronin Mandell, President, Cronin Company
Heidi Cronin Mandell is president of the Cronin Company, one of the Northwest’s leading independent wholesale distributors of floor covering products. She likes to say she started in the family business by crashing the family car at age 15. Careening down dirt roads in Eastern Oregon, she didn’t see a post and made a large dent in the Suburban. She paid for the repair by working in the family business. Since that inauspicious start, Heidi has proven her value to this fifth-generation company. Her leadership was not a foregone conclusion: In fact at first, she wasn’t really interested in flooring. That was until she couldn’t find a job after college and she was “invited” to open a new branch of the Cronin Company in Medford. There she was in charge of everything. “Running a branch is the best training possible…you deal with customers and suppliers, but you also have to know how the warehouse works and how to make deliveries if your truck driver calls in sick,” Heidi says. When she relocated to Portland, it was with a new resolve, and she began her ascent from the purchasing department to the president’s office.
Leading into the Future Heidi realizes that she is the future of a company that has been in the family for five generations— and she is boldly leading it into the sixth. Over the years, her forebears moved the company from producing saddles and harnesses, to distributing auto parts and later, floor covering. Under Heidi’s watch, the company will continue to evolve, retaining its position as a premier floor covering operation, while adding the cutting edge technology and systems that that will attract the next generation of customers and employees. To achieve that, Heidi is immersed in all aspects of the business every day and is laser focused on learning and growing. Industry associations help her keep a watchful eye on the market and stay tuned to new industry ideas and opportunities. Her “all or nothing” approach to business has led to leadership and three industry boards have tapped her expertise. She’s the president of Flooring Association Northwest and presidentelect of the North American Association of Floor Covering Distributors, all while also holding a seat on the board of directors of the Floor Coverings Distributor Alliance Powerhold. She still has the spirit of that 15-year-old driver. But now there’s no downhill in sight and she’s got the Cronin Company’s pedal to the metal on the highway to success.
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Twenty-one-year-old human rights activist and North Korean defector Yeonmi Park is fast becoming the face and voice of her oppressed people, as well as an inspiration for freedom-loving individuals throughout the world. In the fall of 2014 she was a featured speaker at the Oslo Freedom Forum and The North Korean defector One Young World Summit in Dublin, where her passionate, deeply personal about the brutality of the North Korean regime became an internaand human rights activist speech tional phenomenon. Since then, she’s been named one of the Top 100 Global Women by the BBC and profiled in numerous media outlets. Yeonmi was born in 1993 in Heysan, North Korea, to a family of midlevel civil servants. She grew up in a society devoted to two things: worship of the Dear Leader, Kim Jong-Il, and hatred for all enemies of the regime. She taught what to think and feel and say, and to trust no one. “Even the WED., APRIL 6, 2016 was mice and birds have ears,” her mother warned her. At age nine, Yeonmi witnessed her best friend’s mother shot by a firing squad for a minor offense. But watching a smuggled video of the film Titanic gave Yeonmi a glimpse of another world, where people were willing to die for love, not just for the state. It was her first taste of freedom. By then her parents were smuggling gold, silver and nickel to Chinese traders just to keep the family alive during a relentless famine. But in 2002 her father was arrested and sentenced to 17 years in a forced labor camp, where he was tortured and soon fell ill. He realized the only way to avoid starving to death was to escape North Korea. The women would go first. In winter of 2007, Yeonmi’s sister crossed the frozen river into China, followed by Yeonmi and her mother. They endured terrible hardships while hiding from Chinese authorities who hunt down escapees and return them to North Korea. Yeonmi’s mother was raped by traffickers and her sister was lost and presumed dead. Her father, who eventually joined them, later died of colon cancer and Yeonmi buried his ashes on a lonely mountain. Finally, on a freezing night in early 2009, Yeonmi and her mother walked and crawled across a stretch of the Gobi desert to Mongolia, where they sought refuge in the South Korean embassy. Incredibly, Yeonmi’s sister Eunmi escaped five years later, and was reunited with them in Seoul. Because she often felt that she had been forgotten, Yeonmi is determined that the world must never forget the North Korean people who are suffering and dying every day. She believes that change will eventually come to North Korea through young people like herself—“The Black Market Generation”—whose exposure to grassroots capitalism and Western media is eroding the authority of the Kim dynasty. But in the meantime we must demand an end to a regime that survives through total repression, deliberate starvation, forced labor camps and institutionalized atrocities. As Yeonmi often quotes the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Yeonmi Park lives in New York City, and has just released her first book, “In Order to Live.”
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Journey to Freedom
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Mariel Hemingway Actress and Renaissance woman Renaissance woman Mariel Hemingway is not only an iconic Academy Awardnominated actor from a celebrated family, she is also a prolific author, adventurist, eco activist, and healthy lifestyle and mental health advocate. Mariel’s film and television accomplishments include: Manhattan, Lipstick, Personal Best, Star 80, Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, Pappa (2015) and appearances in Roseanne, and Civil Wars. She’s narrated several programs including the documentary Ernest Hemingway: Wrestling with Life.
Out Came the Sun
Mariel’s bestselling book, Finding My Balance, is an honest and inspiring story of her life’s journey through the lens of her personal yoga and meditation practices. Mariel Hemingway’s Healthy Living from the Inside Out is a how-to guide to finding a greater sense of balance and meaning through self-empowering techniques and strategies. Mariel’s Kitchen offers creative gluten and sugar free recipes, and was one of the first to shine the national spotlight on the benefits of this type of diet and lifestyle. In 2014, Running From Crazy, a rich and evocative award winning and Emmynominated documentary about the Hemingway family, which Mariel co-executive produced with Oprah Winfrey, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. It documents her boundless advocacy for mental health awareness. In May 2015, two new books were released including her memoir, Out Came The Sun and a young adulttargeted diary form project about the journey from surviving to thriving, entitled Invisible Girl. Mariel and famed children’s book illustrator Edward Hemingway, will collaborate on a children’s book in 2016.
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Gayle Tzemach Lemmon Bestselling novelist
Gayle Tzemach Lemmon is a journalist and the author of The Dressmaker of Khair Khana, a New York Times best seller published in March 2011, Child Brides, Global Consequences: How to End Child Marriage, published in 2014 by the Council on Foreign Relations, and Ashley’s War: The Untold Story of a Team of Women Soldiers on the Special Ops Battlefield, another New York Times best seller. She is also a Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and a contributor to the Atlantic’s Defense One site covering foreign policy and national security matters. Gayle’s 2015 book, Ashley’s War: The Untold Story of a Team of Women Soldiers on the Special Ops Battlefield tells the story of CST2, a unit of women handpicked from across the Army to serve alongside Army Rangers in Afghanistan, and of the remarkable hero at its heart: First Lieutenant Ashley White. The book is being made into a film by Reese Witherspoon’s production company, Pacific Standard. Lemmon gave a TED talk on the subject at TEDWomen 2015. Gayle has written on the integration of women into combat roles, following the progress of the first co-ed class in Army Ranger School for outlets such as the Washington Post and Defense One. She has also reported on the challenges faced by female veterans. She writes regularly on entrepreneurship especially in conflict and post-conflict regions for the Financial Times, New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Daily Beast, and Fast Company, as well as on Bloomberg, Politico, and the Huffington Post.
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Groundbreaking Maestra Conductor Marin Alsop made history as the Music Director of the Baltimore Symphony, the first woman to head a major American orchestra. A protégée of Leonard Bernstein, in 1991 she made her professional conducting debuts with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, the London Symphony, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic. She continues to appear regularly with these orchestras, in addition to the London Philharmonic. Alsop took up the post of Principal Conductor of the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra, Brazil’s premiere orchestra, in 2012, and became Music Director in 2013.
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Winner of Gramophone’s “Artist of the Year” award and a member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, Alsop was the first conductor to be named a MacArthur “Genius” Fellow. In 2006 she was the only classical musician invited to the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. In 2013, she became the first woman to conduct the Last Night of the Proms in its 119-year history. In 2008, along with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Marin unveiled an education initiative, ORCHkids, providing music education, instruments, and mentorship to Baltimore’s youth. Alsop has been profiled in TIME and named one of “America’s Most Powerful Women” by Newsweek. She can be heard regularly as a commentator on NPR’s Weekend Edition program, Marin on Music. In 2012 she was featured in the book, How Great Women Lead: A Mother-Daughter Adventure into the Lives of Women Shaping the World.
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Critics have called Jeannette Walls’ memoir The Glass Castle, “spectacular,” “extraordinary,” “incredible,” and “riveting.” A New York Times best-seller for more than six years, it has sold 4.5 million copies in the United States alone and been translated into 22 languages. It was named one of the “Top 10 Books of the Decade” by Amazon, and has won numerous awards including the Christopher Award, the American Library Association’s Alex Award, and the Books for Better Living Award. In 2012, Lionsgate purchased the rights to The Glass Castle and will be releasing the movie starring Jennifer Lawrence. In The Glass Castle, Walls describes growing up in the desert of the American Southwest and then in a West Virginia mining town with her three siblings and the brilliant, unorthodox, irresponsible parents who manage at once to neglect them, love them, and teach them to face their fears. Despite all her hardships, Walls develops the determination to leave West Virginia on her own at the age of sixteen, move to New York City, enroll in Barnard College, and eventually become a wellknown columnist for New York magazine and MSNBC.com and a television personality. This inspirational book has been taught at universities in courses on literature, psychology, parenting, child development, and poverty. Walls has spoken at colleges, corporations, and business associations about overcoming hardship and the keys to turning adversity to your advantage. Half Broke Horses: A True Life Novel, was released in October 2009, and was an immediate New York Times best-seller.
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About Voices In 1993, Francine Read founded VOICES, INC. creating the VOICES Lecture Series in Portland, Oregon, a multievening series filled with insight, entertainment and intelligent talk. Over the years the series has featured the world’s most interesting women and many of the hottest women speakers on the circuit today. It is not a woman’s issues forum but a series that addresses a wonderful array of issues as seen from women’s perspectives. Both women and men are welcome to participate. VOICES is at the Tiffany Center-Emerald Ballroom in Portland. It is a stunning display of historic craftsmanship and is a classic ballroom-style venue with soaring ceilings, handcrafted detailing and a full scale theater stage offering good parking, restaurants and adjacent MAX Light Rail. The VOICES Supper Club is in the Crystal Room at the Center, offering a fixed dinner menu prior to the program sponsored by Rafati’s Catering.
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Linda Ellerbee, Sarah Brady, Geri Jewell, Cicely Tyson, Jehan Sadat, Dr. Helen Fisher, Faye Wattleton, Molly Ivins, Ellen Goodman, Leslie Abramson, Honorable Ann Richards, Kathy Buckley, Lesley Stahl, Geraldine Ferraro, Cathy Rigby, Liz Carpenter, Patricia Schroeder, Terry Gross, Molly Ivins, Isabel Allende, Lynn Sherr, Beverly Sills, Liz Curtis Higgs, Jane Alexander, Gloria Steinem, Susan Stamberg, Gail Sheehy, Eleanor Clift with Bay Buchanan, Anna Quindlen, Linda Wertheimer, Joan Rivers, Dr. Sylvia Earle, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Katherine Martin, Sister Helen Prejean, Lucie Arnaz, Sue Kirby, Ann Curry, Stephen Engelberg, Diana Jordan, Helen Thomas, Janet Reno, Susan Faludi, Lalita Tademy, Sherron Watkins, Honorable Ann Richards, Sarah Weddington, Nadine Strossen, Linda Ellerbee, Erin Brockovich, Mavis Leno, Susan Orlean, Catherine Crier, Anna Deavere Smith, Arianna Huffington, Michele Norris, Marlee Matlin, Irshad Manji, Valerie Plame Wilson, Nancy Giles, Lisa Ling, Naomi Wolf, Lee Woodruff, Charlayne Hunter-Gault, Amy Dickinson, Elizabeth Edwards, Rachael Scdoris, Dee Dee Myers, Kerry Kennedy, Tina Brown, Elizabeth Alexander, Lisa Shannon, Isabella Rossellini, Rebecca Skloot, Laura Ling, Susan Orlean, Jane Pauley, Cokie Roberts, Elaine Sciolino, Dr. Louise Leakey, Amy Tan, Eve Ensler, Elizabeth Gilbert, Delia Ephron, Asenath Andrews, Anne Lamott, Piper Kerman, Temple Grandin, Angélique Kidjo, Amy Purdy, Azar Nafisi, Annie Griffiths, Yeonmi Park
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