CO Ivy+ Women invite you to "EMPOWER YOURSELF" Strength, Knowledge and Self-Defense for Women

Date and Time
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
5:30pm— 8:00pm
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The Kent Denver School Dining Hall, 4000 E. Quincy Ave., Englewood, CO 80113

You are invited to an evening of intelligent discussion and practical tips with renowned self-protection experts that will empower each of us to be stronger and safer in everyday life situations.


Do you know the most effective ways to protect yourself from identity theft or cyber stalking? Would you know what to do if someone tried to grab you? Have you ever considered owning a gun for self-protection or just learning how to use one? 
The first steps to not being a victim, whether in real life or online, are to be educated and in control. Knowledge is power, and in today's world it is hard to keep up with or just know what to do with all of the information that is thrown at us everyday. 
Everyone is invited to this amazing event. Bring your spouses, friends, family - anyone who you think would benefit from being empowered through learning. 
Panelists include: 
John Wentzel  - General Manager of BluCore
John is a former Marine as well as former Army Green Beret. He is currently the General Manager of the Austin, Texas location of BluCore, a Colorado-based company specializing in personal security and firearms training. 
Amelia Dorn – Founder and Program Director of IMPACT Personal Safety of Colorado
Amelia is the Founder and Program Director of the Colorado chapter of IMPACT International. IMPACT Personal Safety Colorado is a part of an international organization of men and women dedicated to ending the cycle of violence by teaching empowerment skills such as awareness, communication, personal safety, and self-defense techniques to adults and children.
Jesse Vaught – Instructor, Colorado Krav Maga
Jesse began instructing in 2012 and currently teaches PMA, BJJ, and Krav Maga classes. He is also proficient in the use of firearms and is a full-time pastor.
Hazel Heckers - Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Identity Theft Victim Advocate
Hazel was recently named the top victims’ advocate in the country by the US Department of Justice. She has been featured on Colorado Public Radio discussing how to combat identity theft.
Agent Joe Fowler - Cyber Security Expert, Colorado Bureau of Investigation
 Date:  Tuesday, April 14th 
 Location: The Kent Denver School Dining Hall, 4000 E. Quincy Ave., Englewood, CO 80113
 Check-in: 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm
 Panel Discussion: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
 Networking & Refreshments: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
 Tickets:   $25/pp (includes admission, appetizers & beverages)
About Colorado Ivy+ Women
Colorado Ivy+ Women is a membership organization that fosters compelling relationships & learning opportunities throughout all stages of life. We welcome all women graduates of the Ivy League schools, Stanford, MIT, and the University of Chicago to participate. For more information or to join, visit our Facebook page or our Meetup page.

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The Kent Denver School Dining Hall, 4000 E. Quincy Ave., Englewood, CO 80113

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