Women to Gather For 'Fierce' Event

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McCarty also co-founded The Center for Success in Marion. McCarty also co-founded The Center for Success in Marion.

An Indianapolis-based organization will this weekend host women from throughout the United States for its third annual Fierce Gathering. Fierce Movement founder and former Carmel-based TCC Director of Culture Katara McCarty is among the speakers at Saturday's event at the downtown Alexander Hotel.

McCarty is also co-founder of The Center for Success, a community center for at-risk children in Marion. The center has since expanded into Detroit and Pontiac, Michigan.

Organizers say Saturday's event, titled "Rewriting Our Collective Feminine Story," will feature "self-development, inspiration and connection." Megan Gilmore, executive director of Lark’s Song and co-creator of Ceelelo School in Zambia, Africa, will also be a keynote speaker at the event.

Professional coaches taking part include:

Megan Brown
Elizabeth Liechty
Lee Ann Plecker
Danille Williams
Cathy Weatherspoon
Erin Davis
Kalena James
Erica Eyer
Jade Williams
Jami TaylorBethany Hight
Korie Lance

The 2018 Fierce Gathering is set for November 3 from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. at The Alexander Hotel. You can find more information about the event by clicking here.

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