“Lead with Kindness”: Leading Ladies Luncheon 2024

On May 21, the Leading Ladies Luncheon, Trinity Hall’s annual networking event, returned to Eagle Oaks Country Club. The Luncheon is an opportunity for the junior class to meet with local professional women who work in areas in which they are interested. Students are able to ask questions and learn more about the careers of the women at their tables. Over 300 women gathered on Tuesday afternoon to network, enjoy lunch and hear from keynote speaker Adriana Carrig. 
Adriana Carrig, the Founder and CEO of Little Words Project, brought the audience through her professional and personal journey of building a multi-million dollar company and global phenomenon. Adriana talked about how being bullied as a child in school made her committed to spreading kindness to those around her. What started out as gifts to her sorority sisters at college launched Adriana into a career of entrepreneurship at just 23 years old, working out of her parent’s basement. Over the past 10 years, Adriana has seen great success, even being the only woman in the room at times, fighting for her little words along the way. Adriana left the audience with key takeaways from her speech including knowing their worth, practicing self-care and giving themselves grace. At the end, Adriana gifted the Class of 2025 and the Trinity Hall alumnae with a bracelet of their own. 
The Leading Ladies Luncheon provided our students with an opportunity to connect with influential women outside of the classroom. The conversations with women at their tables and Adriana’s speech left a lasting impact on the junior class. Thank you to Adriana for inspiring them and to all of the local women who attended the event! 
See photos from the event here.

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