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Interactive Live-Stream
Tuesday, May 21, 2024
Women Together CONNECT

Women Together CONNECT is an interactive live-stream experience designed for us to share our voices, draw on one another’s strength and compassion, and uplift and encourage each other. Led by Antoinette Klatzky, Women Together host and moderator, ongoing CONNECT sessions give us the chance to explore a variety of topics, share stories, connect with ourselves and others, and bring life-changing tools and insights into our daily lives.

At each online CONNECT event, we delve into discussions, interact in smaller groups via breakout rooms, and participate in large-group sharing and practices.

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Antoinette Klatzky

“When I wake up in the morning and think about my day, I can choose how I’m going to show up in my life, how I’ll respond and react in different situations. That’s a level of power.”

Antoinette Klatzky regularly facilitates leadership programming and empowerment workshops for Women Together, Women Together Connect, and the Eileen Fisher Leadership Institute, where she serves as the executive director. Antoinette has been recognized by the YWCA’s Salute to Women and Racial Justice as a “Person to Watch” and she serves on the boards of the Westchester Women’s Agenda, the Westchester Community Foundation, the Presencing Institute and the Women’s Funding Network.


Women Together programs are made possible by the Eileen Fisher Foundation.

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Date & Time
Tuesday, May 21, 2024
12:00pm–1:00pm ET

This event will be live-streamed on the Zoom platform. When you register we will send you a code and instructions for joining the conversation.

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  • Brahmani says:

    Hi Nancy – thank you for your interest in joining us on Being Present to what Is. It is true we have all been given these times that can be difficult. Compassion for self and other seem to be the best we can do, however, the habits of mind can be other. So, as you say, it does take patience and I believe practice to see clearly and respond wisely to ourselves and others. I look forward to diving in a bit more when we are together and sharing this inquiry. Blessings to you, Brahmani

  • Nancy Maglio says:

    I am so glad that the next Women Together event is, Being Present to What Is and I look forward to hearing what your special guest, Brahman Liebman has to say. It’s a bumpy road as I read Kristin Neff’s book, Self-Compassion. Who would think it would be so hard to talk to myself in a compassionate voice rather than harshly? Even when something lousy happens that is not my doing? Ignoring my feelings and going straight to solution is unkind and it usually drives me to old fruitless behavior. But it takes time and a lot of patience to change an old behavior and to be compassionate towards myself as well. It also takes being willing to accept unwanted situations that crop up, something that I find hard to do. I can’t wait for this event and the opportunity to share my struggles with other women!