Meet Julie Voris, 2023 Leading Ladies Luncheon Keynote Speaker

Trinity Hall announced Julie Voris as the keynote speaker for the 2023 Leading Ladies Luncheon. The annual event on Tuesday, May 16 at Eagle Oaks Country Club connects students in Trinity Hall’s junior class to local professional women in a variety of industries. Ms. Voris is sure to inspire the room of women to unlock their potential.
As a fitness expert and entrepreneur, Julie Voris has a passion for helping women create purpose in their lives. She began her career as a high school English teacher and then fell into a profession in fitness. Ms. Voris is now the CEO of her own successful business and leads a team of thousands of female fitness coaches everyday as a mentor on Team BODi, a fitness and nutrition membership program. Julie Voris is also a motivational speaker who shares her story of finding success and encourages women to do the same. 
Ms. Voris’ mission is “to help women think big, say yes to their goals and make their dreams a reality.” Emphasizing the importance of wellness and the power of good habits, Ms. Voris energizes women to take action in their own lives, personally and professionally. Her keynote speech is the perfect complement to the empowering program of the Leading Ladies Luncheon. 
Julie Voris expressed, “We have the power to create our life on purpose with purpose. The world doesn't need any of us playing small, shrinking down or dimming our light. It's time to call ourselves up and into our power because this world needs us desperately, the world needs us at our A game, sharing our gifts, talents and light.” Read more about Ms. Voris’ work here
Trinity Hall will welcome Julie Voris, the Class of 2024, alumnae and local women to the Leading Ladies Luncheon on Tuesday, May 16. If you are interested in attending, sponsoring the event, or sponsoring a ticket for a student or young alumnae, please follow this link

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